The drama of a well turned garden has often caught our eye here at Theatre Breaks and, this year, we are again offering ticket and hotel breaks with the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show packages in May and the Hampton Court Flower show in early July PLUS a Buckingham Palace and Garden Highlights Tour which takes place on special dates in August and September.
The RHS Shows
With innovative show gardens, hands-on inspiration, practical gardening advice, superb shopping and entertainment galore these two highlights of the gardening world are a must for budding horticulturalists everywhere!
One night breaks with full day tickets, overnight accommodation, breakfast, service and VAT at 20% starts at £89pp for Hampton Court and £143pp at the Chelsea Flower Show (prices are based on 2 people sharing a twin/double room)
There is also a handy guide for “surviving” these shows for the first time visitor – more information can be found at http://www.theatrebreaks.co.uk/rhs-chelsea-flower-show/ with links to the Hampton Court Flower Show too.
Buckingham Palace Gardens
The garden tour features extraordinary panoramas of the impressive lawns, but takes in some of the finer details too – the celebrated rose gardens, the tennis courts where Fred Perry and King George VI played, the quaint summerhouse covered in creeping wisteria. Be mesmerised by the grandeur and fascinated by the history of beautiful Buckingham Palace.
Packages with Hotels
For our RHS packages you can choose a hotel from our whole range of London hotels, although I do suggest that, when you book your break online, you restrict the choice of hotels to within a few miles: otherwise you could find yourself the other side of London! You can make sure that doesn’t happen by using the slider on the left hand side of the screen when you choose your hotel… you’ll see what I mean when you get there!
For the Buckingham Palace and Garden Highlight Tour we have specially selected the lovely 4 star Cavendish Hotel in the heart of London’s Piccadilly, opposite Fortnum & Mason and the Royal Academy on Jermyn Street.