TRAIN FULLY BOOKED

DEPARTING FROM: Crewe (09.30/18.40) Chester (10.00/18.00)
All timings shown are approximate and may be subject to change – Tickets and confirmed timings will be forwarded by post 7 days prior to departure

Enjoy a day out to various destinations along the beautiful North Wales coast as our steam hauled train travels on a 200 mile return journey from Crewe across the pretty Cheshire Plain, through Chester and along the delightful Welsh shoreline, known for its stunning beaches with sweeping views of the Dee Estuary, Irish Sea, historic castles, Snowdonia Mountains and finally crossing the Menai Strait with a fast run across Anglesey to the Port of Holyhead for an afternoon break.

The train is steam hauled throughout by one of our immaculately restored pool of engines including: the world famous LMS Royal Scot Class, No.46100 ‘Royal Scot’ – West Country Class, No. 34046 ‘Braunton’ – Britannia Pacific Class, No 70000 ‘Britannia’

The choice of destinations include:
Llandudno
Alight at Llandudno Junction and take the service train (payable locally) along the short branch line to visit the beautiful Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno with two sandy bays it stands on a peninsula jutting out into the Irish Sea between the headlands of the Great Orme and Little Orme and the traditional pier at 2,220ft is one of the longest in Britain. The sweeping graceful Promenade has a backdrop of immaculate hotels and there is even a preserved working tramway up the Great Orme that dates back to 1902.

Bangor
A small but lively city and university town, Bangor has a Cathedral with ancient roots this religious site can be traced back to the 6th century.  The former Bishop’s Palace has been refurbished as the new home for the museum and gallery. A good shopping centre too along what’s reputed to be Wales’s longest High Street. Visit Penrhyn Castle, the National Trust mansion set in beautiful grounds on the outskirts of town, and nearby GreenWood Forest Park, a popular family attraction.

Holyhead
The port of Holyhead is the busiest UK Irish ferry port and is home to the largest seagoing ferry in the world. The town centre offers a number of good places to eat and shop. The Maritime Museum is worth a visit where you can learn more about the 100 or so shipwrecks that have taken place in the vicinity and perhaps stroll down to South Stack Lighthouse and there are also excellent coastal walks at the Breakwater Country Park.

Premier Dining
Includes the service of full English breakfast, morning tea/coffee & biscuits and three course dinner for guests travelling to Bangor or Holyhead – due to timing constraints guests alighting at Llandudno Junction will be served a full English breakfast & two course dinner.

There are 3 different classes of travel available, but whichever you choose remember to book early to avoid disappointment:

Standard Class
Reserved seating is arranged around a table of four with bookings for two persons seated side by side with one window and one aisle seat whilst bookings for one person are allocated an aisle seat. Toilet facilities are available in each carriage and a buffet bar is available throughout most of the journey for the purchase of hot & cold beverages, snacks, sandwiches and alcoholic drinks.

First Class
Reserved seating is arranged around a table of four or table of two offering additional legroom, wide cushioned seats, curtains and large picture windows. Toilet facilities are available in each carriage and a complimentary service of tea/coffee & biscuits are included in the price and a buffet bar is available throughout most of the journey for the purchase of hot & cold beverages, sandwiches, snacks and alcoholic drinks.

Premier Dining
Seating is arranged the same as First Class around a table of four or table of two laid with crisp linen and dressed with the finest crockery and glassware. Meals are prepared on board by our chefs and silver served at your reserved seat by liveried stewards. A full wine & drinks list is available with an ‘at seat’ service during the meals.

Premier Dining is not suitable for children under the age of 12 years

Standard Class: £95 per person 2018 introductory price – £45

First Class: £145 per person 2018 introductory price – £70

Premier Dining: £250 per person 2018 introductory price – £170

Seats at a guaranteed window table for 2 are available at a supplement of £15 per person in First Class & Premier Dining

To make a booking just select the joining station from the drop down menu and enter the number of seats required in the quantity box.

Type of SeatsJoining PointQuantityNormal Price2018 Introductory Price
Premier Dining joining at
FULLY BOOKED£250£170
Premier Dining (seated at a guaranteed window table for 2) joining at
FULLY BOOKED£265£185
First Class joining at
FULLY BOOKED£145£70
First Class (seated at a guaranteed window table for 2) joining at
FULLY BOOKED£160£85
Standard joining at
FULLY BOOKED£95£45