Opal Travel Group Ltd UK and European Coach Holidays

UK Resorts

The resorts listed here are just a few of the more popular UK destinations that Opal Travel Group can take you to.

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Blackpool
BlackPoolBold, brash and beautiful, Blackpool is Britain’s playground by the sea. Its Britain’s most popular seaside resort packed with wall to wall entertainment.

Much has changed at Blackpool but you will still clanking trams, celebrated theatres, and Blackpool Tower , built in 1894 , still commands fantastic views over the resort.

BlackpoolCome and experience the magic of The Blackpool Tower’s amazing history in The  Blackpool Tower Ballroom, a true  Blackpool institution.

Dance the day away to sounds of the tower’s famous organ the Wurlitzer amidst this spectacular setting.

Blackpool offers a wide range of shops. The Hounds Hill Shopping Centre has all your favourite stores under one roof.

Blackpool Illuminations

black poolAutumn just wouldn’t be the same without Blackpool’s world famous northern lights, the magical Blackpool Illuminations keep’s Blackpool aglow for 66 nights from the end of August to the start of November.

The Illuminations have been a major part of Blackpool’s attraction since 1879

Hacketts York House Hotel

 

Callander (Scotland)
Callander (Scotland)Callander is on the main north ~ south route to the Highlands and is itself the gateway to the Trossachs, a beautiful land of high peaks and steep glens.Callendar itself is busy year all round, with lots of family run gift and souvenir shops, craft centres, book shops, potteries and woollen mill shops.
Dunoon (Scotland)
Dunoon (Scotland)If you love lochs, glens, sea, mountains and forests, you will find them in abundance in this beautiful part of the world.Dunoon is the seaboard gateway to the Scottish Highlands, including Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.Dunoon has a history of knowing how to cater for visitors ever since it became a prime holiday destination in the 1800s.
Eastbourne
EastbourneOne of the UK’s most traditional resorts, Eastbourne boasts five miles of unspoilt beaches, palm lined promenades and award winning clean sea.Whether browsing around the shops or relaxing in one of the bars or cafes, the town offers a laid back atmosphere.Eastbourne is also a natural gateway to the South Downs including national beauty spot Beachy Head and being close to “1066 country”.

Afton Hotel
Cumberland Hotel
Princes Hotel

Great Yarmouth
Great YarmouthGreat Yarmouth is one of the UK’s most popular seaside resorts with an enviable mix of sandy beaches, attractions, entertainment and heritage.Alongside the traditional seaside offerings, Great Yarmouth and the surrounding area has many historical buildings, windmills, waterways and not forgetting the famous Norfolk Broads.When the sun goes down Great Yarmouth becomes a wonderland of colour as the illuminations light the night sky.

Hotel Victoria

Hayling Island
Hayling IslandHayling Island is a charming peaceful island, and covers only ten square miles and is accessible from the mainland by a road bridge.The main attraction for visitors is of course its wonderful coastline, over four miles of it.
Ilfracombe
IlfracombeIlfracombe is a stunning coastal town with white washed houses, grand Victorian villas and terraces.Ilfracombe is a place where you can come and relax, where the sky meets the Atlantic Ocean. Ilfracombe is a resort that also has a contemporary edge from its top class restaurants and galleries, to its theatre and night life.Ilfracombe is a place to experience and be seen.

Osborne Hotel

Isle of Man
Isle of Man The Isle of Man as a holiday island is best known for its very agreeable and relaxed pace of life.The Island is 33 miles long and 13miles wide, more than 40% of the Island is uninhabited.Douglas is the capital of the Isle of Man, and offers a great variety of visitor attractions and first class shopping.
Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight The Isle Of Wight is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break, at any time of the year. It is a stunning Island with unspoilt scenery.About half of the Isle of Wight is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty = 189 square kilometres, and was designated in 1963.Superbly situated beside the sparkling waters of Sandown Bay are the two main resorts of Sandown and Shanklin. Sandown bustles with its cafes, pubs and restaurants with easy level walking along the broad promenades and sea wall.Shanklin is a town of great character and charm with many interesting small shops.

Hotel Maria
Marina Bay Hotel
Ocean Hotel

Langham Court Hotel

Jersey
Jersey Jersey is the most southerly Island of the British Isles. Located some 100 miles south of mainland Britain yet only 14 from France. St Helier is also the Island’s capital and main shopping centre.Many streets still carry old French titles and many shop fronts still boast the names of their island founders. The town is named after the island’s first and most famous saint, who lived and preached in Jersey in the 8th century.

The Mayfair Hotel

Llandudno
LlandudnoLlandudno is Wales largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.Running behind the wide promenade is the main shopping area , which accommodates the high street shops.
Morecambe
MorecambeMorecambe is famous for its fabulous sunsets and stunning views across the bay to the Lake District. At Morecambe you will find all the attractions of a traditional seaside town, with five miles of flat promenade ideal for a walk along the seafront to take in the views. Along the way you can visit the statue of Eric Morecambe, where his familiar pose still brings sunshine. Why not take a stroll along the stone jetty and try a game of Magpie Hopscotch.

The Auckland Hotel

Newquay
NewquayNewquay has a warm climate creating a perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy in any season.The first warmth of Spring arrives in January in this part of the world and the summer lingers late into the year.Newquay has so much to offer, the town the eleven beaches and provides its visitors with a vast variety of entertainment for all ages. Newquay is the West Country’s beach paradise, with seven miles of soft, golden sand, and is the UK’s major centre for surfing.
Saundersfoot
SaundersfootSaundersfoot is a popular seaside resort in Pembrokeshire. Located at the foot of a picturesque wooded valley its appeal is due to the superb sandy beaches and the attractive harbour and town.

The Merlewood Hotel

Scarborough
ScarboroughScarborough is Britain’s first seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever.The resort provides a great choice of high street shops and boutiques. By night you will be spoilt for choice with four fantastic theatres, each offering something different.Music lovers can visit the Spa complex, home of the only remaining seaside orchestra.

Granville Lodge Hotel

Southern Ireland
Southern IrelandSouthern Ireland is one of the favoured holiday destinations to the west of the British Isles.A colourful patchwork of fertile valleys and plains, carved from an ancient landscape. The bustle of Dublin to lushness of Killarney National Park and the Ring Of Kerry, to the wild Atlantic views, remain firm favorites year after year.
Tenby
TenbyTenby is a walled seaside town in Pembrokeshire, West Wales lying on Carmarthen Bay.Tenby is an exceptionally busy resort in the summer, with tourists coming from all over Britain and beyond. Its relatively unspoilt beaches and historic town walls make it a unique seaside resort.

Clarence House Hotel

Torquay
TorquayQueen of the Riviera, Torquay has been one of the UK’s top holiday destinations since Victorian times, and the Victorian influence still remains with beautiful gardens around the seafront and elegant Victorian facades along the main streets.The palm lined promenade, lively harbour and international marina are the focus of this pretty resort, and spill over with cosmopolitan bars and restaurants.

Ashley Court
Burlington Hotel

Weston-Super-Mare
Weston-Super-Mare Weston-Super-Mare is a bustling seaside resort. The broad sweep of Weston Bay has miles of clean golden sand an award winning Grade 11 listed Grand Pier, a level promenade.Just a short step away from the seafront there is a wide variety of shops, and when the sun goes down live music, dancing, comedy, theatre, whatever you fancy, there is a range of nightlife.

New Ocean Hotel
Smiths Hotel

Weymouth
WeymouthWeymouth is a great resort for all the family, with its safe bathing beach, picturesque harbour and a variety of attractions and events, and is easy to get around on foot.Many of the attractions are located around the harbourside, just off the harbourside in Hope Square, the impressive Victorian brewery buildings have been redeveloped into the award Winning Brewers Quay, which is a labyrinth of courtyards and cobbled alleys and around every corner you will discover arts, crafts and specialist shops.

The Hotel Central
The Crown Hotel
The Fairhaven Hotel
The Hotel Norfolk