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Featuring The Festival of Quilts
Dates: July 30 – August 8, 2019
Price: $4,695 Double
$950 Single Supplement
Day 1 – 2:
Day 3 – 4:
Day 5 – 6:
Day 7 – 8:
Day 9:
Grange City Hotel, London, UK
Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath, UK
Hotel Indigo, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK
The Principal York, York, UK
Grange City Hotel, London, UK
Arrival and Departure
Tour begins and ends in London, UK. Roundtrip
international airfare and airport transfers are included.
Itinerary Inclusions
• Full-time Tour Manager
• Full-time Destination Manager
• Roundtrip Airport Transfers
• Roundtrip International Airfare
• Nine Nights Accommodations
• Welcome Dinner
• London City Tour
• Liberty of London Fabrics
• Two Days Admission to The Festival of Quilts
• Private Tour of Victoria and Albert Museum
• Bourton-on-the-Water
• American Museum Private Tour and Dinner
• Stratford-upon-Avon Tour
• Hall’s Croft Private Dinner
• Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
• Quilter’s Guild of the British Isles Meet & Greet
• Barnard Castle
• Bowes Museum
• Charming Quilt Shops
• Farewell Dinner
• Baggage Handling
• Souvenir Shopping Bag
• Fourteen Meals: 9 Breakfasts, 5 Dinners
Call 1.800.346.9820
London Bridge
Big Ben and Westminster abbey in London, England
DAY 1 Relax and unpack at your downtown London hotel before meeting our Tour
Manager and travel companions at tonight’s Welcome Dinner. n
DAY 2 Begin with a private tour of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s world-class
collections of linens, lace, furniture, textiles, silver, glass, ceramics and jewelry. Our
local guide points out London’s most famous sights on our panoramic city tour
including the Tower of London, Big Ben, Parliament, Westminster Abbey and
Buckingham Palace. We might even catch the changing of the guard. This
afternoon, shop the legendary Liberty of London to discover the latest
English fabrics. n
DAY 3 More than just a pretty Cotswold village, Bourton-on-the-Water has been
described as the “Little Venice” of the Cotswolds. This charming riverside town is
home to the historic Model Village, a 1/9th-scale replica model of the town itself.
There’s time for shopping or tea before we continue our drive through the rolling
Cotswold countryside to Bath. n


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