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$500 off last minute British break

6 September 2013

$500 off last minute British break


Save NZ$500 on a last minute small group tour of Britain’s grandest sights including the Lake District, Snowdonia National Park and dramatic moorlands with Back-Roads Touring.

The 9-day Highlights of Britain is a comprehensive journey exploring the history, culture and natural attractions of England, Wales and Scotland with a 15 per cent discount now available on the 24 October guaranteed departure from just NZ$2835* per person twin share.

Starting in London, discover the Oxford’s grandest colleges, have dinner at the famous Pudding Club in the Cotswolds, shop at Chester’s Rows, wind your way through Snowdonia National Park, explore Bronte and Wordsworth country, enjoy a free day in medieval York, see Hadrian’s Wall and try the best fish and chips in Whitby.

You’ll also sample award-winning Yorkshire ale, stay overnight in a restored 15th century medieval Scottish castle in the Lake District and pass through dramatic moorlands before finishing in Edinburgh.

The tour includes eight nights in charming accommodation, driver/guide companion, mini-coach transport, full English breakfast daily, four evening meals, fish and chips in Whitby, Yorkshire Ale brewery tour and gingerbread and chocolate tasting.

Back-Roads Touring caters for mature travellers and offers leisurely-paced, small group tours of no more than 18 people across the UK and Europe. The tours travel the back roads instead of major freeways, taking you to places larger coach tours can’t reach.

Contact Back-Roads on 0800 223 369, info@backroadstouring.co.nz or visit your local travel agent.

*Full terms and conditions apply. Offer is strictly valid for new bookings only and cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer can be withdrawn at any time. Full payment is required at the time of booking for the saving to be applicable. Promo code must be quoted at the time of booking. Flights are additional. Prices and taxes subject to change without notice. Prices are per person and subject to availability. Accommodation is based on twin/double share. Seasonal surcharges may apply depending on date of travel. Additional levies, government charges and other applicable fees may apply.

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