Coach Holidays to Crewe – The town of Crewe provides a great base from which to explore the delights of Cheshire, Shropshire and Wales. During the 19th century Crewe was one of the world’s greatest railway workshops and was a hotbed of craft and invention, building elegant locomotives that brought wealth and prestige to the town. Nowadays the locomotive works is far less significant, however, Crewe remains one of the largest stations in the North West and serves as a major interchange for the West Coast Main Line.
Aside from its industrial heritage, Crewe has much to offer visitors, including a thriving live music scene, as well as a range of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. Take a stroll in Queen’s Park, a traditional Victorian park that is being restored to its former glory or take in a show at the award winning Crewe Lyceum.
We use the Crewe Arms Hotel, which has been a focal point of Crewe since it was built in the 19th century to serve the railway station.