The Pheasant Hotel (Tour B)
Established as a firm favourite in the Roadmark calendar, a visit to the Thursford Christmas Spectacular is a must in the run-up to the festive season. If you have seen it before, you will know what to expect from this lavish show which rivals anything you are likely to see in the West End. If it is your first visit, you are in for a real treat, as a cast of 130 professional singers, dancers and musicians set the stage alight in the magical surroundings of mechanical organs, fairground carousels and the mighty Wurlitzer organ. Each show is a pageant of spectacle and colour with twinkling lights and amazing costumes. The largest Christmas show in the country, Thursford attracts thousands of visitors to this sleepy corner of Norfolk. Book early to avoid disappointment.
By taxi to the coach to join your driver and fellow passengers. We drive to Bury St.Edmunds for a lunch stop. The Suffolk town is an historic gem, with medieval architecture, Georgian squares and St.Edmundsbury Cathedral. Although the date had not been confirmed at the time of our brochure publication, November 24th (tour A) is likely to be the Christmas Fayre, a real bonus with around 300 stalls and a traditional street market. This afternoon we continue to our hotel, for a two-night stay with dinner and breakfast included.D
Time to enjoy a leisurely breakfast and relax with the newspapers, before we leave for Thursford. Every performance is usually a sell-out, so it pays to arrive early to allow time for a snack and to browse in the gift shop. The Show commences at 2pm, and there is an interval halfway through. Once the applause has ended we board the coach to return to the hotel.B, D
Our lunchtime stop today will be in Colchester. It is Britain's oldest recorded town and has a unique heritage and history. Time for something to eat and a spot of Christmas shopping before we continue home to Sussex and meet the waiting taxis.B
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THE PHEASANT HOTEL (Tour B) is a charming 4-star country house hotel set in its own grounds, enjoying a peaceful rural location in the village of Kelling on the north Norfolk coast. Its bedrooms are beautifully presented, with tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi, and views of the hotel lawns. The restaurant serves local produce, and the bar has a wide range of real ales and wines. There is no lift, but ground floor rooms are available on request. Read the reviews if you can - they speak for themselves.
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