GERMANY – Kork House Party via P&O from Hull
Destination: Germany, Kork
Duration: 6 days
We are pleased to include this ever popular break to the Hotel Ochsen in Kork where our host Armin welcomes everyone. If you are looking for a weekend of fun and laughter, good home cooking and in-house entertainment then this holiday is for you.
The Hotel Ochsen, Zirkelstrasse 33, 77694 Kork. Tel: 00 49 7851 91800
The Hotel Ochsen is set in a historic timber-framed building, peacefully located in the village of kork. All en-suite rooms have TV, WiFi, hairdryer and telephone. There’s a bar and the restaurant has a charm of its own. There is a lift.
NB: A small overnight holdall is required for this holiday.
Single room and sole occupancy of inside cabin £54.00
2 low berth inside cabin £9.00
Outside cabin £11.00
Meal package on board ship
(2 full breakfasts and 2 five course evening dinners) £56.00
Included drinks * Black Forest * Alsace region * Maastricht
- Luxury air conditioned extra leg room coach
- Return overnight cruise with P&O
- Inside two berth cabin on board ship
- 3 nights dinner, bed & breakfast with drinks at the Hotel Ochsen
- Excursion package
Departs approx 1600 arrives back approx 1000
We depart mid afternoon and make our way to Hull for the evening sailing to Rotterdam. There are many facilities on board for you to enjoy, including a cinema, gaming tables, live music, café and restaurants.
After disembarkation we make our way to Kork, situated close to Strasbourg over the French border, arriving early evening in time for evening dinner with drinks included.
After breakfast we have a scenic drive into the nearby Black Forest, making stops in picturesque towns scattered throughout one of the most visited areas of Germany.
Today we visit the Alsace region in France, with a visit to the delightful wine village of Obernai. We then continue to the capital Alsace which is one of the most dynamic and prosperous regions in France. With its location close to the border with Germany, Alsace is situated at Europe’s economic crossroads on the Rhine. We return to the hotel for dinner followed by entertainment.
After breakfast we make our return journey to Europort with a lunch stop in Maastricht. Lying on the far southern side of the Netherlands and bordered by Belgium and Germany, Maastricht escaped war damage in the 1940’s and is therefore rich in history and culture. However, a number of different invasions over the years have contributed greatly to the Maastricht of today, creating a distinctive pan-european character, strongly reflected in its restaurants and their many flavours. We make our way to Rotterdam for the evening sailing to Hull.
After disembarkation we make our way home.