The Historic Houses & Heritage of Norfolk
Change of Norfolk Holiday Dates. You may by now have received an email or letter from Tailored Travel re our changed dates for our 4 night holiday. (See below)
In the first instance – if you are unable to go on this holiday and don’t want to incur the £75 cancellation charge, it may be possible to find another NT member who would would like to replace you. Do not contact Tailored Travel but phone or email Louise Platt, email@example.com, who will try and help.
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News from Tailored Travel
In agreement with Walsall National Trust Association and your group travel organiser and to ensure compliance with the latest Government guidelines, it has been decided to now run the above tour from 28 June to 2 July 2021.
In every respect, other than the dates of travel, the tour will be the same as originally planned. Final payment is now due on 3rd May 2021.
Everyone who was booked on the original tour is now booked onto the new tour dates and all payments previously made to us have been applied to the new tour.
If you are happy to travel on the new dates, there is nothing further for you to do until the final balance is due.
If you have taken insurance through Tailored Travel that insurance will still apply to the new tour dates. If you have single trip insurance with another insurance company, you should check that your insurance can be transferred to the tour.
If you are unwilling to travel on the tour please write or email firstname.lastname@example.org to that effect as soon as possible and we will cancel your booking on the tour and send you a Cancellation Invoice incurring a cancellation fee of £75 per person.
May we take this opportunity to wish you a wonderful trip in June / July 2021 to The Historic Houses & Heritage of Norfolk.
We depart by executive coach from our designated pick up points and en route to our hotel we visit the National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey, Garden & Lode Mill near Cambridge. This Jacobean style house built on the site of a 12th century Augustinian priory contains a priceless art collection and one of the National Trust’s largest collections of clocks. We continue to 3* The George Hotel in Norwich for a four night stay on half board basis.
Our Blue Badge guide meets us at our hotel this morning and accompanies us throughout the day. This morning we enjoy a guided tour of Norwich, England’s best-preserved medieval city. Our tour takes us to sights such as the Norman castle and the City Hall, and incorporates a visit to the Norman cathedral, one of the finest in England with its magnificent cloisters and Cathedral Close. This afternoon we visit the National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall, a 17th century country house containing original 18th century furniture and one of the largest collections of Grand Tour paintings by a single artist.
The Sandringham Estate is our destination this morning with our Blue Badge guide, set in 60 acres of splendid gardens and the much loved country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. Built for Edward VII in 1870 the property was once described as ‘Britain’s most comfortable house’ and the museum houses extraordinary collections of royal vehicles, rare ceramics, photographs and memorabilia. We visit the National Trust’s Oxburgh Hall this afternoon, a moated manor house with a Tudor gatehouse and accessible Priest’s Hole. Built by the Bedingfeld family who still live here, the rooms show the development from medieval austerity to Victorian comfort and include a display of embroidery by Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick.
This morning we enjoy a one-way narrow-gauge railway excursion from Aylsham to Wroxham on the scenic Bure Valley Railway, and then at Wroxham a short cruise on the Norfolk Broads. We spend the afternoon at leisure in Cromer.
After checking out of our hotel this morning and en route home, we spend some time at leisure in Ely. You may choose to visit Ely Cathedral, known locally as ‘The Ship of the Fens’ and internationally famous for its Octagon and Lantern Towers. Taking carefully selected comfort stops en route we then return back to our original pick up points.
NB:- Please note we reserve the right to alter the above itinerary if required for operational reasons. Given the historic nature of the places visited, a certain degree of walking will be involved, and this holiday may not be suitable for those with mobility problems.