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Luxury Tours to the Wye Valley 'TWO 0 beautiful holiday tours

26th March 1948, Page 34
26th March 1948
Page 34
Page 34, 26th March 1948 — Luxury Tours to the Wye Valley 'TWO 0 beautiful holiday tours
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by have been organized by South Midland Motor Services, Ltd., 118, High Street, Oxford. Full details can be obtained from, and reservations made by this company, or by London Coastal Coaches, Ltd., Victoria Coach Station, London, S,W.1. The tours are being run each Saturday from May 21 to September 25 inclusive, and passengers from London travel on the company's coaches to and from Oxford at 10s. extra fare.

The first tour is an eight-day inclusive holiday to the Royal Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, centred at the Unlavvater Hotel, Newnham-on-Severn. The luxury coaches start at Oxford, over the Cotswolds to Cheltenham, thence via Gloucester and West bury-onSevern. During the period of each tour, one whole day and three half-day coach trips will be ,made to cover Barry island, the Wye Valley, Chepstow, Ross-on-Wye, Tintern Abbey and other beautiful and historical places.

The second tour, also an eight-day one, is to Tintern Abbey and the Wye Valley, and is centred at the Beaufort Hotel, Tintern. It follows the same route as the first trip, except that it is continued via Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth. Each full-price tour will include a buffet dance on the last evening.

The ordinary inclusive charge for the tours is 12 guineas for No: 1 and 13 guineas for No. 2, with special rates for children in both cases. During April and October, however, either tour, with a few small modifications, can be made for seven guineas per person. The first of these special reduced-price trips will start on April 3.

We can vouch for the comfort of the arrangements and the high quality of the service, as, accompanied by a number of booking agents and representatives of travel and touring associations, we joined in a rapid sample tour of the hotels and many of the beauty spots concerned. The tour commenced last Friday and finished on Sunday.

The hotels are owned by John Watts' Hotels, Ltd., which forms part of the group of which South Midland Motor Services, Ltd., is a member.


Locations: Gloucester, London, Oxford

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