The Welsh Highlands, Anglesey & Puffin Island
9th September 2019 to 13th September 2019
This trip is now full.
Organiser of this Event is Dave Whitbourne, Tel no. 02392 619695, email: email@example.com
North Harbour at 8.30am –Monday 9th September 2019
The cost of the trip is £370 per person for a double/twin room, based on 41 people, if 51 travel this will be reduced to £350. The cost of a single room is an additional supplement of £92 for the trip.
on booking of £50 per person (non-refundable)
date for applications: 4th February 2019
The Welsh Highlands, Anglesey & Puffin Island ,
This is 5day / 4
night trip visiting the mountainous region of Snowdonia, Anglesey and
a cruise to see the wildlife surrounding Puffin Island. The trip leaves
on Monday 9th September 2019. The price for this trip includes bed,
breakfast, evening meal and entry fees. As hotel rooms need to be booked
well in advance, we have decided that to secure this booking a deposit
of £50 per person will be required. This deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.
It is currently planned we leave IBM North Harbour, Cosham at 8.30am
on Monday 9th September, if this is changed you will be notified by
the organiser. It is envisaged the coach will arrive back at North Harbour
at approximately 7.00pm on Friday the 13th September.
The final payment will be due on or before 1st July 2019.
Included in the cost
Coach travel & porterage, 4-night’s dinner, bed & breakfast, welcome tea/coffee entrance to Penrhyn Castle & Gardens, entrance to Snowdon Visitor Centre, cruise to Puffin Island return diesel rail journey on, Snowdon Mountain Railway, entrance to National Slate Museum.
3 (Wednesday 11th September)
5 (Friday 13th
This trip is organised on a first come first served basis, there is a limited number of single, double and twin rooms. The rooms will be allocated in the order they are received by the organiser. Travel Insurance is not provided.
- The Celtic Royal Hotel, Caernarfon
To download the Booking form please click the button to access all the forms and scroll down to find the Welsh Highlands form.