Day Tours

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Well-planned coach tours

Planning coach tours has never been easier. Solent Coaches offers booking through our agents at 
Lymington Post Office
New Milton Information Centre
Christchurch Information Centre 
Greyfriars - Ringwood

Now entering our 45th year of public service, we have great pleasure in presenting our 2017 Days Out Brochure.
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How to book your Solent Days Out 

  • Choose your days out from our extensive range.
  • Contact the booking office to check availability.

How to pay for your Days Out
  • Call into our Ringwood office.
  • We accept Cash, Cheques, Credit and Debit Cards.
  • By post to our head office enclosing a cheque and we will send your ticket by return of post.
  • Contact us for details of your local booking agents

Cancellations of your Days Out
Refunds will only be given if the seat is sold after an administration fee is deducted.

Freephone 0800 389 0643
Head Office: Brookside Garage, Crow Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3EA
We reserve the right to cancel any trip due to the lack of response or amend seat numbers. 

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Pick up points for day trips 

ASHLAY
Ashley Road (by The Ashley Public House)

BROCKENHURST
Rose & Crown

CHRISTCHURCH
Bargates 
St Catherines Hill (Bus stop near roundabout)
Fairmile Road (Near Rimbury Way)

EVERTON
Bus Stop on A337

HIGHCLIFFE
Bus Stop by Shelley Close
Highcliffe, Sea Corner
Naish Holiday Park (Bus stop on main road)

HORDLE
W.I. Hall
Harts Farm (Everton Road)
Everton Road Shops near Woodcock Lane, Cross Roads

LYNDHURST
Crown Hotel

LYMINGTON
Pennington, Fox Pond
Stanford Hill/Waitrose
Southampton Road nr Kings Road
The Monkey House

MILFORD ON SEA
Main bus stop in High Street (Only shorter trips)

NEW MILTON
Christchurch Road/Sea Road (Housemartin)
Wheatsheaf
Osborne Road (Community Centre)

PUREWELL
Somerford Road (near In Excess)

RINGWOOD
Ringwood Meeting House Lane
Poulner White Hart
Brookside Garage
Elm Tree
Eastfield Lane/Clough's Road

TOTTON
Bus stop by car park just off Rushington RAB

Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include entrance fees, boat and train fares EXCURSION

Dock
Saville garden
Sheffield Park
Bluebell railway

BRISTOL HARBOURSIDE AND CITY CENTRE

Bristol has a fascinating maritime history and with water flows through the floating harbours and some of the best preserved boats in the country can be found in the docks. The grand SS Great Britain, designed and built by Brunel, is a sight to behold. Go below deck or climb the rigging like a sailor in the 1800s; this wonderfully restored vessel offers something special for everyone. Sail out of the Matthew, the replica of the ship that John Cabot discovered Newfoundland on. M Shed is a modem museum documenting the history of Bristol, transforming the old transit shed on the harbour. This is just one of the free days out in Bristol that awaits you. Situated on the historic Harbour side, M Shed is  the history museum of Bristol that tells the story of our city. 

Adult £18.00 
Senior £18.00 
Child £18.00


SAVILLE GARDEN WITH LUNCH AND CRUISE WITH CREAM TEA

We journey to Windsor Great Park and to Saville, a garden for all seasons covering 35 acres and giving colour through all the seasons. Here you will have an opportunity to wander around the gardens before settling down for lunch. After lunch, we re-join our coach for the short Journey to Runnymede for a boat trip on the River Thames with afternoon tea included.

Adult £53.00 
Senior £53.00 
Child £53.00
Inclusive tour

SHEFFIELD PARK GARDENS (NT)

This is an informal landscape garden five miles east of Haywards Heath, in East Sussex, England. It was originally laid out in the 18th century by Capability Brown, and further developed in the early years of the 20th century by its then owner, Arthur Gils trap Soames. It is now owned by the National Trust.

Adult £22.00 
Senior £22.00 
Child £22.00

BLUEBELL RAILWAY 
The Bluebell Railways is a heritage line running for 11 miles (17.7 Km) along the border between East and West Sussex and is operated by the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society. It was the first preserved standard gauge steam-operated passenger railway in the world to operate a public service, the first train ran on 7 August 1960, less than three years after the line from East Grinstead to Lewes had been closed. On 23 March 2013, the Bluebell Railway commenced running through to its new East Grinstead terminus station. At East Grinstead, there is a connection to the UK national rail network, the first connection of the Bluebell Railway to the national network in 50 years, since the Horsted Keynes - Haywards Heath line closed in 1963.

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