Shopping Coach Trips | Hunts Coaches
Hunts Coaches offers one of our regular trips to this popular resort, maybe visit the ruins of the Gothic Whitby Abbey with its amazing views or take a scenic tour on a open topped bus or maybe try a boat trip along the coast.
A relaxing tour of the Derbyshire Dales calling at Bakewell and Buxton. Bakewell is famous for its pudding / tart and is a thriving market town with many small independent shops and cafes. Buxton is a Spa town with its famous crescent. There is a fountain fed direct from the Spa waters that you can fill your water bottles from and many sights to see like the Pavilion Gardens.
In the mornnig we will spend a couple of hours at the Peak Shopping Village, with plenty of time to have a meander around some well know and bespoke shopping outlets before we make our way to the beautiful Chatsworth House. Here you can enjoy the splendor of this magnificent stately home with the majestic gardens during your visit. Before we return home we make one last stop at the "Award Winning Estate Farmshop" selling a selection of beautiful produce.
Enjoy a morning tea cruise on the Rutland Belle, with a freshly baked scone, strawberry jam, luxury clotted cream and a tea or a coffee. The cruise lasts for approximately an hour. After a relaxing morning we make our way to Springfields at Spalding for an afternoon of retail therapy.
A lovely 3 hour cruise along the Yorkshire Waterways with a two course ploughman's lunch including Yorkshire ham, local cheese, salad, pork pie, coleslaw, pickle and freshly baked rolls and ice cream for dessert, with a tea or coffee. There will also be free time in Skipton.
A chance to experience a return journey from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway in the morning. Followed by a visit to Saltaire which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. Famous for Salts Mill, which tells a story of the textile industry in the latter half of the 19th Century.
Experience the splendour of this amazing castle. The highlights of the tour will include St George's chapel, the final resting place of our late Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip. You will also have the chance to see Queen Mary's meticulous dolls house which is celebrating its 100- year anniversary and not forgetting the State rooms celebrating a 1,000 years of Royal history.
Spend at least two hours in each of theses two delightful Norfolk towns, Cromer is well known for its Victorian pier, superb beaches and attractions. Sheringham is a lovely family destination, with a promenade to enjoy a stroll and many hidden shops and courtyards to discover.
Enjoy the day in Hunstanton a well-known traditional old Victorian seaside town, with beautiful seafront walks. Maybe visit the Sea Life Aquarium or the funfair or just take a stroll along the beach. Followed with a visit to the Norfolk Lavender for a couple of hours on the return journey home.
Ahoy mi Hearties. Get your festival Pirate costumes on and join us for a day of celebration in Whitby. The Pirate Festival is now in it's 20th year raising money for the RNLI, which this year, celebrates 200 years. Dancing, stalls, hook a duck, there will be plenty for all ages to do.
Enjoy a later visit to Springfields. With over 50 designer brands, spend the evening browsing all the discounted stores, maybe do some early Christmas shopping. With cafes and restaurants on site, you're sure to find somewhere to rest and have a nice meal before your journey home.
Come and see the Studios, and how Harry Potter was made