The better weather is just around the corner, so now’s the time to book your next trip.
These are some of the latest offerings from Whytes Coach Tours, allowing you to see some of the best parts of the UK in style and comfort.
The thriving city of Newcastle and Tyneside will be your base for the Easter break. The trip will feature a superb River Tyne cruise as a highlight, with time to explore the Geordie capital as well as a visit to the seaside.
You will be staying in the Millennium Copthorne Hotel in one of the finest locations in Newcastle, on the banks of the River Tyne.
Bedrooms are all facing the river, are en-suite and have satellite television and all the modern day facilities you would expect from a hotel of this standard, including a lift.
The price of the trip includes: Luxury coach travel, morning coffee on the first day, 3 nights DBB at the Millennium Copthorne Hotel, tea/coffee & hot cross bun on arrival, a glass of Pimms on the first evening, an Easter egg, a River Tyne cruise, an excursion to Tynemouth & Whitley Bay and free time to explore Newcastle’s famous keyside market and other city attractions.
The trip departs from Aberdeen on Friday, April 10, and prices start from £320.
Renowned for its glorious gardens, grand architecture, friendly locals and just a stone’s throw away from the mainland, the Isle of Bute is a must for all travellers.
Staying at the main port town of Rothesay, famed for its Victorian grandeur and discovering the hidden villages and spectacular scenery, this holiday has it all! You will visit Mount Stuart House, built for the 3rd Marquess of Bute, in the late 1870s.
You will also visit Inverary Castle the home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, must-see visitor attraction on the west coast of Scotland.
The Glenburn Hotel, where you will stay for the duration of the trip, enjoys a superb panorama across the waters of Rothesay Bay to the Cowal Peninsula.
Hotel entertainment is provided each evening. All bedrooms are en-suite and have television, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The lift serves most floors.
The trip includes: Luxury coach travel, coffee on the first morning, 4 nights DBB at the Glenburn Hotel, admission to Mount Stuart House, admission to Inverary Castle, return ferry Wemyss Bay – Isle of Bute, return ferry Rhubodach – Colintrave and nightly hotel entertainment.
There are two trips to the Isle of Bute, leaving Aberdeen on May 4 and August 24, with prices from £410.