"Primark" & Bullring Birmingham

Date & Time
From 07.11.2020
To 08.11.2020
Pickup Points
Various pick up points around Ayrshire
Tickets

About the break

Hilton Garden Inn, Birmingham

An overnight for the shopaholic!

Visit the world largest and amazing Primark store set over five floors with clothing sections, homeware, Disney area including café, Barber Shop and Beauty bar. If you have spare time left then walk to the Bullring which is one of the largest shopping centre in the UK with over 240 stores.

This tour is based on a bed and breakfast basis to allow you to plan your own day and fit as much shopping in as possible

The four star Hilton Garden Inn is located in the centre of Birmingham only a 2 mile drive from Primark and the Bullring. We are staying on a bed and breakfast basis so if you don’t want to come back to the hotel by coach early Saturday evening you can stay and shop until 9pm and jump in a taxi back and it won’t be too expensive.

All 238 bedrooms are en-suite with television, tea and coffee making facilities. There is also lift available.

Package Includes:

Luxury Coach Travel

1 Night Bed and Breakfast

 

2 Day

£120.00        per person

£50.00          Single supplement

Holiday requires a minimum number of 16 to operate and this will be notified to you if not met at least 28 days before departure.

Milligan’s Coach Travel cannot sell holiday insurance but we request that you arrange your own for all our short breaks.

Pick up points

Let us know your preferred pick up point before departure:
Sanquhar (old Co-Op), KirkConnell (old Co-op), New Cumnock 2 (Pathhead), New Cumnock 1 (Scotmid), Cumnock 2 (top bus stop, Glaisnock Road), Cumnock 1 (Tanyard), Auchinleck 2 (Tesco), Auchinleck 1 (Railway Hotel), Catrine 1 (Bridge), Catrine 2 (Mauchline Road), Mauchline 1 (Depot), Mauchline 2 (Monument bus stop), Hurlford (Mauchine Road/Blair Ave), Kilmarnock (Palace Theatre), Galston (Cross St bus stop), Newmilns Main Street (near Castle St), Darvel (Hastings Square), Ayr (Railway Station), Ochiltree (primary school), Drongan (bottom shops), Coylton (old Library), Tarbolton (old Community Centre)