WARNERS - CRICKET ST THOMAS ~ West End to Warner    
5 days - with Essential Musical (songs from Les Mis, Cats and the Jersey Boys)

A regency country mansion in 160 acres of gardens. The scene of much of the famous TV comedy, To The Manor Born, Cricket St. Thomas was also frequently visited by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. This classic country house is set in splendid parkland, with colourful gardens, lakes, and a unique woodland area. The hotel provides extensive entertainment, including nightly live performances, and excellent dining venues, including The Granary which is set in a pretty walled garden


    Cricket St Thomas Hotel, Somerset

Standard Rooms
In the fantastic value Standard rooms you’ll find everything you could want for a blissful night’s sleep. We’re talking soft pillows, a cosy bed and a space that’s as restful on the soul as it is on the eye. Comfort and nice-to-have amenities are key here to put you properly at ease. We see to it that you won’t be left wanting. Facilities include: TV, en-suite bathroom with towels, tea & coffee making facilities, biscuits replenished daily, comfy chairs & reading lights, hairdryer, telephone & safe. 
Live shows
Here at Cricket St Thomas Warners are proud to offer a wide variety of daytime and evening entertainment to make your stay with us even more special. Whether you come for the beautiful sounds or the positively hilarious comedy, the entertainment is set to enhance your already fantastic experience.

Things to do
Pick up a croquet mallet, or play lord and lady of the manor with an afternoon tea. Or of course, you could just stroll through our magnificent lakes and gardens, play a game of tennis, take a dip in the pool or treat yourself to some TLC in the leisure club.





Day 1

Travel direct to Cricket St Thomas from your local pick up point, with suitable comfort stops made en-route, with time to settle in on arrival before dinner at the hotel.  

Day 2

A full day excursion to Lyme Regis, Weymouth & The Jurassic Coast, only half an hour’s drive away is Lyme Regis with its famous Cobb Harbour—setting in Jane Austin’s “Persuasion” and the backdrop to “The French Lieutenant’s woman”. The historic old town is renowned as the hub of the Jurassic Coast—famous for geological and fossil finds.  We continue to Weymouth - 2012 Cultural Olympiad by the Sea, where the sailing events of the 2012 Olympic Games  and Paralympic Games were held.

Day 3

At leisure in the hotel, with time to relax and enjoy the leisure facilities or take a walk around the stunning grounds.

Day 4  

There’s an  excursion to the Cathedral City of Wells, an un spoilt market town of outstanding beauty, and the Smallest City in England.

Day 5

Depart after breakfast for return journey back home.


    Price Includes:

● 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

● Standard Rooms

● Luxury coach travel throughout

● Reserved seats on coach

● Two excursions




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