Rabbie’s, one of the UK’s market-leading mini-coach tour companies, has increased its product catalogue. Its 2019/20 programme will offer tours to Wales from its new departure point in Manchester.
The UK’s staycations are booming, and Rabbie’s new tours will quench this demand. From Manchester and London, they are offering a three-day trip to popular holiday spots in north Wales.
The tour starts from either Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Airport or London Euston train station. It includes the opportunity to visit UNESCO World Heritage Castles - Conwy and Harlech – Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks, and the seaside towns of Aberystwyth and Laugharne.
Robin Worsnop, founder of Rabbie's
After the success in rolling out new departure points ... we felt ready to bring our ethical small-group tours to new parts of the UK.”
Their 'Discover Wales' five-day tour departs from London, and will offer a variety of places to explore including Hay on Wye, Harlech Castle, Laugharne, Tenby, St Davids, St Fagans and Caerleon.
The new trips link up with railway services that depart from London and Manchester.
Heather Reekie, Rabbie’s Head of Marketing and Sales
Our innovative new products utilise the ease and comfort of UK’s intercity rail network to get people to remoter parts of the country faster and more sustainably."