Historic Greenwich & The Cutty Sark

Staying at the 4* Novotel London Greenwich

3 DAYS | 25th October 2019

Situated on the River Thames Greenwich boasts a wealth of history; a theatre, market, park with 180 acres of flower gardens, the Royal Observatory, the famous Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum, Royal Naval College and the Fan Museum, said to be the world’s only museum devoted entirely to fans! Greenwich as a destination makes the ideal place for a weekend, there is so much to see and do and all within easy walking distance from our hotel.

Our base for the tour is the 4* Novotel London Greenwich, ideally located just a short walk from the town centre. This modern hotel boasts a fitness centre, a stylish restaurant, and the Gourmet Bar offers an international menu. The spacious bedrooms have air cooling systems, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, private bathroom with complimentary toiletries and WiFi.

We depart Macclesfield early in the morning calling for coffee en-route to Greenwich, where we meet our guide for an informative walking tour. The tour culminates at our hotel where we have ample time to unpack and relax. You will find lots of restaurants, pubs and cafés for dinner just a short walk from the hotel.

A free day in Greenwich to enjoy all that is on offer. Why not take a trip across the Thames on the Emirates Air Line? The capital’s first cable car taking you from the Greenwich Peninsular to Royal Victoria Dock or perhaps a scenic boat trip up the Thames or a walk under the Thames. Yes there is a walkway underneath the Thames between Greenwich and Island Gardens, on the Isle of Dogs, with an entrance next to the Cutty Sark. The tunnel was opened in 1902 and has been recently refurbished. It is a public highway and free to walk through. With so much to see and do the choice is yours.

After a leisurely breakfast you have the option of having a free morning or visiting the Cutty Sark, the world’s last surviving tea clipper. (The cost is £13.50 per person please confirm at time of booking if you would like to go). Built in Britain for the China tea trade, she was first sent off to sea in 1869 and was the fastest ship of her time, now it is an award winning attraction. Admire her impressive original interior and learn about her record-breaking passages around the world, there are lots of memorabilia from her voyages on show. After our visit there will be free time for lunch before boarding the coach for our journey home. We collect the passengers from London and then join the motorway network north making comfort stops en-route. We aim to arrive in the Macclesfield area in the evening.

Please note this tour runs in conjunction with London Free and Easy.

Tour includes: Luxury coach travel throughout, 2 nights bed and breakfast and Guide for tour of Greenwich.
£198.00 per person sharing twin/double
£74.00 single room supplement
£22.00 insurance per person, inc. IPT

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