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Sample Itineraries for Group Holidays
We provide a wide range of holidays on our website and in our brochure, but often the occasion calls for something a bit special. We work with a number of specialty Groups already, including Walking Groups, Church Groups, Dance Societies and Bowls Clubs along with many other Special Interest Organisations. Below is a list of of itineraries that have been tried and tested previously. Hover over the images to find the itineraries. Alternatively, if you have a specific programme in mind, we can help you to tailor-make your Group Holiday.
Eastbourne Indoor Bowling Holiday
Day 2 – Bowling in Peacehaven
The coach will drop off at the Peacehaven Bowls Club, Piddinghoe Avenue, Piddinghoe Sports par, Peacehaven, BN10 8RJ.
Peacehaven is set above the chalk cliffs of the South Downs in the Lewes district of East Sussex. This small coastal town is an area of outstanding natural beauty. From its cliff top vantage point the town has stunning views of Friars bay and the English Channel.
The coach will pick up in Peacehaven and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day 3 – Bowling in Seaford
On the second day of bowling the coach will drop off at the Seaford Bowls Club, Chichester Road, Seaford, BN25 2DT.
Between the beautiful South Downs and the English Channel lies the bustling town of Seaford. It boasts an impressive coastal scenery and maritime history. Seaford Museum, recording the town’s long history, is housed in Martello Tower no.74, situated at the eastern end of Seaford seafront (Entrance fees apply).
The coach will pick up in Seaford and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day 4 – Bowling in Eastbourne
Using public transport we make our way to the Saffrons Bowls Club, Saffrons Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1DG.
We return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day at Leisure
Day 6 – Bowling in Bexhill
On the fourth day of bowling the coach will drop off at the Bexhill Polesgrave Bowls Club, Richmond Road, Bexhill, TN39 3DN.
Bexhill, a picturesque, tranquil town boasts charming architecture. Enjoy the classic Georgian buildings, 16th century cottages and the Parish Church of St Peter with its 8th century reliquary stone and the peaceful Manor Gardens.
The coach will pick up in Bexhill and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day 7 – Bowling in Hastings
On the final day of bowling the coach will drop off at the White Rock Bowling Club, Hastings, TN34 1LD.
Hastings has undergone extensive regeneration in recent years, the centrepiece of which is the new £15m pier. Attractions include the Shipwreck Museum, Castle and Jerwood Gallery. The Old Town features an array of delightful independent shops and a cliff railway.
The coach will pick up in Hastings and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Ilfracombe South Coastal Path
For the second leg of the walk the coach will drop off in Westward Ho! where the group will start the walk to Brownsham.
Westward Ho! is a popular seaside resort near Bideford, developed by the Victorians to satisfy their love of the English seaside. A short climb to the top of Kipling Tors reveals spectacular coastal views, but it’s golden sands that steal the show.
The coach will pick up in Brownsham and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day at Leisure
Day at Lesiure
Day 5 – Walking Day from Brownsham to Welcombe
For the third leg of the walk the coach will drop off in Brownsham where the group will start the walk to Welcombe.
Brownsham is North-west of Clovelly situated on a fairly remote section of the coast of North Devon. There are two leader paths that are well used throughout the year for walking.
The coach will pick up in Wellcombe and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
For the final leg of the walk the coach will drop off in Welcombe where the group will start the walk to Bude.
Welcombe is a beautiful Devon village by the sea on the Cornwall border. Boasts idyllic countryside, captivating coastline and breathtaking Atlantic sunsets.
The coach will pick up in Bude and return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Bridlington Festive Sparkle Weekend
- York’s medieval walls were built by Henry III around 1220. Some stretches can be walked on today (steep stairs).
- York’s Minster (entry fee applies) is the largest medieval cathedral in England – it took over 250 years to complete.
- There are museums of Roman, Viking and medieval history (charges apply), as well as many interesting shops in “The Shambles”.
- Today is left free to allow for relaxing in the hotel or exploring the local area.
- Don’t hesitate to enquire with the hotel reception regarding local attractions and travel options
At Alfa Travel we understand that all of our Groups are unique. Whist we have a wide selection of exciting tours already available, which you can browse by clicking here, we also offer the opportunity for our private groups to Tailor Make their holiday. This way you can make your itinerary as special as your group is. We own a growing portfolio of hotels across the country and also work with a number of partner hotels, meaning we can travel to even more destinations. We also know lots of local excursion providers; so whether it’s a guided city tour by coach or a more hands on experience at a local brewery, we can tailor make the perfect package for you. Contact the Alfa Groups Team today to start your next journey with us.