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Woods Coaches

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0118 322 4655

Alternatively you can email at sales@stewartstours.co.uk

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Day Trips to Beautiful Gardens

Day Trips to Beautiful Gardens

Whether you’re a gardening enthusiast or simply looking for a day of relaxing, we have day trips coming up to some inspiring gardens around the country that are just waiting to be explored. There’s no better time to visit, with fresh bursts of seasonal colour and warmer weather making them perfect for a springtime wander… 

Colchester & Beth Chatto Gardens – Wednesday 12 April 2017
A world-famous garden, the six-acres are sure to offer inspiration for all; Beth Chatto is one of the most influential gardeners in our time. Before 1960, it was an overgrown wasteland between two farms and is today split into four main areas in a classic design. The Scree, Gravel, Woodland, and Water Garden all feature once-unusual and rare plants. So whether it’s the water plants or the delicate plants in the Scree Garden, there’s always something to see. Our day trip also includes a lunch stop at Colchester, Britain’s oldest recorded town.

Hestercombe Gardens – Sunday 30 April 2017
Hestercombe is an exquisite display of formal gardens spanning three centuries of garden history which harmonises with the surrounding Somerset countryside. A visit here will provide you with fifty acres of inspirational gardening styles, including a Georgian landscape garden, a Victorian terrace and shrubbery, an Edwardian garden design, and lakeside paths. A must-see for anyone interested in garden design.

Exbury Gardens and Cream Tea – Thursday 18 May 2017
A perfect garden to visit this time of year, they offer a riot of spring colour and the world-famous Rothschild collection of rhododendrons and azaleas should be at their best. The 200-acres of natural beauty and horticultural variety were designed by Lionel de Rothschild in 1919, and it was his ambitious plans that today make it one of the finest woodland gardens in the UK. Admission is also included for the 20-minute train journey aboard the steam railway, and a traditional Cream Tea with a homemade scone, jam and clotted cream, tea or coffee will be served in Mr Eddy’s Tea Room on site during the afternoon.

Please call our sales team on 0118 322 4655 for further information. For our full listings of day trips, please click here.

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River Cruise Day Trips

A leisurely river cruise is one of the most relaxing ways to see the ever-changing landscape and beautiful scenery across the country. We’ve got it covered with our day trips – maybe take a cruise across the dramatic Wye Valley, enjoy a sightseeing cruise from Shakespeare’s hometown, or perhaps see the sights of our capital from a different perspective, combining it with an afternoon tea or lunch on board and a visit to Buckingham Palace.

Day Trips coming soon…
Ross on Wye & Wye Valley Cruise – Thursday 6th April 2017
Our day trip includes free time for lunch in Ross on Wye, a small market town in Herefordshire with plenty of shopping opportunities. The gentle 40-minute cruise from Symonds Yat West will then navigate you through some of the most natural and unspoilt scenery in Britain, with informative commentary showing you some points of interest along the way for a tranquil day out – and a short escape from the 21st century!

Swanage and River Cruise – Thursday 4th May 2017
Departing from Poole for a return journey, this day trip will take you past the start of the Jurassic Heritage Coast, sailing past Old Harry Rocks and on past Ballard Down into Swanage Pier. Offering glorious views of the beach from Europe’s largest harbour, free time is also included at Swanage, a quaint seaside town with Victorian charm and a Blue Flag beach.

Please call our sales team on 0118 322 4655 for further information. For our full listings of day trips, please click here.

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Springtime in the Cotswolds

Spring is nearly upon us – and what better way to leave the colder weather behind and enjoy the longer days than on a scenic day trip of the Cotswolds? 

Think unspoilt rolling hills, sleepy meadows and gentle rural views, combined with quintessentially English tea rooms and shops within honey coloured Cotswold stone houses – it’s all what draws thousands of visitors from every corner of the world to this vast area of beauty. On our day trip, stops will be made at Broadway and Stow on the Wold.

Broadway, referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’, offers a manifold of stunning walks and a wide main street. Here you can meander around its antique shops, galleries, and art and crafts shops. Then watch the world go by at Stow on the Wold, one of the most popular and highest Cotswolds town which is mostly renowned for its fine antique shops – a truly relaxing day out!

Stewarts Tours have a day trip to Springtime in the Cotswolds on Tuesday 25th April 2017. Please click here for more information or to make a booking.

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Day Trip for all the Family – Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park

Did you know you can visit the rare breeds farm of the nation’s favourite farmer? Rural TV presenter Adam Henson is the first to open his rare breeds farm to the public which lies in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside. Don’t miss our day trip to see for yourself his passion of farming and conservation when the camera stops rolling.

Breeds of cattle, goats, pigs, sheep and horses and ponies will all be on display – and not to forget that the farm is in one of the most scenic spots of the country. Maybe head onto the Wildlife Walk to admire the gorgeous countryside and farming landscape whilst learning how the environmentally friendly farming systems are benefiting the wildlife. Of course, you can visit Adam’s Kitchen for a hearty lunch made by quality ingredients, some reared right at the farm, or pick up something from the gift shop for an everlasting memory of the day.

Whatever attractions you discover, the Cotswold Farm Park is an unforgettable day out for all the family and perfect for those who simply love rural life.

Stewarts Tours have a day trip to Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park on Saturday 25th March 2017. Please click here for more information or to make a booking.

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It’s just a few weeks until Cheltenham Racecourse welcomes thousands of visitors for its annual Gold Cup Day, one of the finest days in the horse racing calendar and the most prestigious day of the weekend.

The climax of the Jumps season is a sell-out event with superb horses and jockeys making this the most popular horserace in the country, surpassed only by the Grand National.

Over the year’s notable winners of the valuable prize money include Best Mate, who was a three-time winner before its death and one of the most loved racehorses in the UK. This year will we see a repeat of 2015 and see a novice secure the Gold Cup, or will a favourite come out top?

Our day trip includes a ticket for the Tattersalls Enclosure, enabling you access to the Tattersalls grandstand viewing steps, the Paddock and Winners Enclosure viewing steps to study the horse pre and post-race, all the bookmakers in betting ring and more. Plus, travelling by coach is one of the hassle-free ways to get there!

Whether you’re an avid horseracing enthusiast or just want to experience the atmosphere of the gripping races and the famous Cheltenham Roar’, the day is always guaranteed to fill you with anticipation and adrenaline to make it a day to remember.

Only last few tickets remaining – book now!

Stewarts Tours have a day trip to Gold Cup Day at the Cheltenham Festival on Friday 17th March 2017. Please click here for more information or to make a booking.

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