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Friday 18 September to Sunday 20 September 2020
A 2 night half board trip with coach to see Windsor Royal Castle home of our Royal family!
- Welcome reception with wine
- Two nights Dinner Bed and Breakfast additional night available if requested
- Complimentary use of Leisure Club, Free Wi-Fi throughout Hotel
- Free car parking for Hotel residents
A new and exciting trip to Boundless this year, come and join us on our adventures to Windsor and the Royal Castle!
You’ll be spending two nights with the boundless bunch at the 4* Holiday Inn hotel, which is within vicinity of the beautiful Bray Marina and Stanley Spencer Art gallery. This will include half board basis and complimentary use of the leisure club facilities for when you need to relax.
Included in your break, will be a return coach to the historic and interesting centre of Windsor, with entry to ‘The Royal Castle’ and ‘Windsor Castle’, the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II. Being home to the royalty for almost 1000 years, the stunning 13 acres is the largest and oldest occupied, working castle in the world.
Within close proximity of a fresh afternoon stroll, you’ll also come across attractions such as Hampton Court Palace where you can indulge in the public dramas and private lives of Henry VIII and his wives of the Tudor Court. Nearby, you can also explore the birthplace of Queen Victoria and home to the Royals for over 300 years, ‘Kensington Palace’, or if you would prefer to basque in the ambience of art and grand gardens, then a visit to ‘Syon Park’ is a must. Although barely 9 miles from Charing Cross, its profoundly historic and beautiful parks and gardens will leave you feeling in the middle of the deep countryside.
Of course, if you’d like to venture further, then you can head into West London which easily reachable public transport where you can visit the likes of the ‘Natural History Museum’.
On this trip, you are sure to have a ‘Royally’ good time!