Travel deals on bridge-playing holidays come in a huge variety. You may plan everything from a bridge-playing cruise to a kind of vintage travel and you are not to be disappointed. The modern travel industry is becoming more and more thoughtful about each itinerary it offers; as a result, many bridge-playing holidays combine bridge sessions with unique holiday programs. Here are some of the most up-to-date offers of bridge-playing holidays.
The English Bridge Union and the Best Western York House Hotel are very enthusiastic about organizing bridge-playing holidays. Their program, called Bridge By the Sea, takes place in the classic English resort of Eastbourne. The players will find themselves in a hospitable coastal town with five miles of beaches, palm tree lined esplanades, parks, gardens, four golf courses and yachting clubs. The hotel is of an old English style and with breathtaking views over the sea.
Bridge-playing holidays start from two hundred and sixty pounds per person for four nights, comprising a welcoming sherry reception, gala dinner, an indoor heated pool, five course gourmet dinner and luxurious guest rooms. The playing program is designed for established "club standard" players, wishing to improve different aspects of their games. Master points, all bridge fees, tuitions and prize giving are included in the program. email@example.com is for contacts.
The Diamond Bridge under the direction of Mike Swanson and Carole Yates (http://www.diamondbridge.co.uk/) deals with foreign bridge-playing holidays and cruise bridge holidays for ordinary club players. Bridge-playing holidays from Diamond Bridge are mainly aimed at the UK customers, though their market develops today to the USA, Africa, Australia and Europe, where they have regular clients.
The hotel-based bridge-playing holidays commonly consist of flights from UK, but cruise bridge-playing holidays are only cruise based to allow customers from outside UK make their own travel arrangements. The standard of a bridge play is common to ordinary clubs, while Diamond Bridge places more emphasis on the holiday organization. This is only good for non-players and inexperienced players, since they can have only one session a day and have plenty of time for other activities that will be numerous and fascinating either onboard or in a foreign country, which they have chosen as a destination.
For instance, the Diamond Bridge offers a unique cruise and bridge experience onboard the ship Minerva II, designed in an elegant Swan Hellenic country house style that adds much to the general atmosphere of a vintage travel. During the cruise, bridge players discover and enjoy new and amazing destinations with guest lecturers, reliving each destination. The Diamond Bridge supervisors guide bridge sessions and present a series of seminars. The cruise is aimed to bring travelers to lesser-known destinations to enlarge much on their traveling experience and bring the most of cruising indulgence. Reasonably, other offers of the Diamond Bridge are of the same well-distinguished quality.