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Newmarket Holidays Midweek Breaks

Taking a midweek break with Newmarket Holidays allows you to experience even greater value for money than usual. Choose from a variety of scenic UK locations for a five-day trip that will include comfortable accommodation in a quality, carefully chosen hotel or series of hotels, the services of an experienced and friendly tour manager and coach travel throughout. Newmarket Holidays was voted Best Coach Holiday Operator 2011 and Best Escorted Tours Holiday Company 2013 at the British Travel Awards, testament to the great quality service you can expect on your next adventure.

The Isle of Wight offers quaint and picturesque villages, scenic coastline and lively resorts, combining rest and relaxation with plenty of entertainment. A five-day tour includes four nights’ accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, with a three-course evening meal every night in your hotel dining room. Day excursions take in the sights of Ventnor, Newport and Alum Bay, with visits to the Botanic Gardens, Isle of Wight Pearl and Yarmouth Harbour. Opt for a morning excursion on the traditional steam railway or ride the chairlift to Alum Bay beach, famed for 21 colours of sand.

Newmarket HolidaysYorkshire has all the appeal of rural and coastal England, with Wolds, Moors and seaside enclaves to explore. Newmarket Holidays offers a five-day tour of York, Whitby and Scarborough that encompasses some of the most historic locations in the UK. Work your way up the famous 199 steps to Whitby Abbey, legendary home of Dracula. Visit York, home of the Vikings, to see the Minster, the Jorvik Centre and the Shambles, the oldest shopping street in Europe. Spend a day exploring Scarborough or head out on an optional excursion to the chalky white cliffs of Flamborough, perhaps enjoying some traditional fish and chips for lunch.

The Cream of the Cotswolds tour takes you on a journey through the heart of England, discovering medieval castles, tiny bustling market towns, the birthplace of William Shakespeare and much more. Take a scenic stroll through acres of beautiful countryside or shop for local produce fresh from a farm. Go ghost-hunting or enjoy afternoon tea in a quaint tearoom in a Saxon village. Whatever you decide to do, you can rest assured that the views will be astounding.