Mystery Breaks with National Holidays!

Why not try a mystery break?

Embark on your very own National Holidays adventure with an exciting mystery break away!

Our mystery breaks are fantastic value for money and a great way to enjoy some of the UK’s most picturesque destinations.

Step on-board one of our comfortable, fully air-conditioned coaches and let us whisk you away to the first of two secret locations on your itinerary. Once en-route, the driver will reveal where you’ll be heading, whilst you sit back and relax.

Join the excitement on board the coach as you find out whether you’re going to be beside the seaside, exploring the countryside or discovering a new favourite city

On a typical mystery break, you will arrive at your first mystery destination and have the opportunity to explore. Then board the coach to be taken to your hotel for an inclusive dinner and overnight stay, as well as breakfast the next morning. The following day, it’s off to your next mystery destination, where you will have plenty of time to take in the sights, before hopping back on the coach for your return journey.

Prices for our mystery breaks start from ONLY £39 per person so make sure you don't miss out on this brilliant experience!


What's Included...

  • 2 Day trip to 2 mystery locations
  • Coach travel throughout
  • 1 night half board
  • FREE on-board Wi-Fi
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned coach
  • Overnight stay at mystery hotel
  • Breakfast included
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Sally and Mel's Mystery Adventure

Sally and Mel recently embarked on their very own National Holidays adventure with the Mystery Weekend Special break! Their exciting voyage began in Manchester where they boarded the coach, still guessing about where they were heading to.

During the coach journey, it was finally revealed that their first destination would be to the quaint town of Stratford-upon-Avon for their first stop. Whilst there, they made the most of their time with a visit to Shakespeare’s birthplace. Mel even enjoyed a spot of Shakespeare in the sun with an open air performance of Much Ado About Nothing.

After their stroll around Stratford, the coach took them to the Holiday Inn in Northampton for their inclusive evening meal and overnight stay. After breakfast in the morning, they discovered a trip to the stunning Cotswolds was next on the agenda. Their first stop-off was to Bourton-on-the-Water, where Sally enjoyed a classically Cornish cream tea, before they headed on to the quaint village of Broadway, “the loveliest village in England”.

To read more about their experience on their National Holidays mystery break, click here for Mel's full story and here for Sally's! 

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