Newmarket Holidays

Newmarket Holidays Ideas for 2013


If you are looking for holiday ideas for 2013, Newmarket Holidays should be your first destination.

Newmarket Holidays are one of the UK’s largest independent tour operators and we can provide the perfect holiday for you. We provide a variety of holidays as we know that everybody is different. If you prefer home comforts, then we offer travel around the UK and Ireland. A very popular holiday we provide is a trip to Balmoral, Royal Deeside and the Highlands. This trip includes visiting the Queen’s favourite summer retreat of Balmoral, a trip to Crathes Castle and a visit to Glenlivet Distillery. This amazing Scottish holiday starts with flying to Edinburgh, meeting your tour manager and heading to your hotel. Take day one to explore Pitlochry which is in the heart of Scotland. Enjoy the rich scenery, history and nature before enjoying an evening meal. On the second day, take the chance to visit Royal Deeside and visit Balmoral. Admire the gardens and exhibitions and explore the famous ‘Royal’ Crathie Church. The third day of your holiday takes you over the Grampian Mountains to the beautiful Spey Valley, onto the Glenvilet Distillery to try a ‘wee dram’ and onto the Speyside Heather Centre. Visit Crathes Castle on your penultimate day and discover one of the best preserved castles in Scotland. On your final day, head back to Edinburgh and explore before flying back home.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you like to visit far away countries and be part of new experiences, why not book a holiday to Hong Kong and Thailand? Start your holiday by flying overnight via Dubai to Hong Kong. On your second day, explore the city of Kowloon. On the next day, take a guided tour of Aberdeen’s floating city of houseboats and take in the breath taking views of North Shore. Day four brings a visit to the former Portuguese colony of Macau and be astounded by the contrast of baroque churches and cobbled squares to the 30 casinos which all inhabit the same land. On day five, you will fly to Bangkok and by day six you will be exploring Bangkok’s many treasures. See the Reclining Buddha, the Golden Buddha and the Grand Palace. Visit the floating markets on day seven while enjoying displays such as Thai culture, Thai boxing, folk dancing and working elephants. On the evening of day seven, you will reach Kanchanaburi for a two night stay. Day eight includes the ‘Death Railway’ excursions, where you will take the infamous route through the Thai jungle, travelling by train to Nam Tok Sai Yok Noi. Day nine sees you heading to Cha Am where you can relax for days nine and ten. Take an excursion to Phetchaburi on day eleven and admire the ancient temples before boarding your transfer flight back home.

Whatever type of holiday you choose to go on this year, if you book with us, you will be sure to have a holiday you will not forget.

For holiday ideas, more information or if you would like to book a holiday today, please visit Newmarket Holidays.

2 thoughts on “Newmarket Holidays Ideas for 2013

  1. Interested in taking 30 approx members – ex-servicemens assoc. to your tour ” Cream of the Cotswolds ” say September 23rd for 5days / 4 nights. On your web-site trip does not appear to go from north-east ?
    Monthly meeting next Tuesday 4th June so would welcome early reply
    Thank you
    John Robinson
    Secretary / Treasurer

    PS Just returned ( wife & I ) from Lake Garda with your company – good holiday.

    • Hi John

      Thanks for getting in touch and sorry for the slightly slow response. We’ll forward your enquiry to our group bookings team and ask them to get back to you as soon as possible.

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