13/03/2012 - Gold Coach Packages Prove Egg-Cellent

The region’s top coach company has reported record bookings for Easter breaks this year as people switch to coach travel for their holiday break.

Bakers Dolphin, based in Weston-super-Mare, say its top-of-the-range Gold Coach packages to Lake Garda and the Black Forest have seen a surge of bookings as people look for comfortable but more cost-effective ways to travel abroad.

Gold Coach Packages Prove Egg-Cellent

Amanda Harrington, Sales and Marketing Director at Bakers Dolphin said: "Bookings for Easter are very good and I think the fact that travellers can just hop on the coach and not worry about anything from that moment is appealing. Coach travelling allows all the adventure of a holiday without the high prices of air fares, and the Gold Coach in particular, means people are still travelling in style."

Gold Coach breaks give travellers added luxury with more leg-room and free home pick-ups. With interesting excursions and top hotels included these breaks appeal to those who want a coach holiday with a difference.

Amanda continued: "During the Lake Garda trip we take excursions to Venice and Verona, while on the Black Forest tour we visit Lake Constance and Triberg so holiday-makers will never get bored."

"Our Gold Coach packages are always popular but this Easter there has been a big response. Travellers can experience new surroundings and cultures at affordable prices while we take care of the details."

As well as the Gold Coach breaks Bakers Dolphin will be running two brand new UK tours – Weardale & Wensleydale and Treats of the Shires which are both four days long.

Bakers Dolphin will also be running its standard Easter breaks ranging from £219 to £319, with a choice of 23 tours ranging from four to eight days.

For more information, or to book call 01934 415 000 or visit the website www.bakersdolphin.com.

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