Twixmas Dancing in Fleetwood-27/12/17
  North Euston Hotel, Fleetwood
  Twixmas Dancing in Fleetwood-27/12/17    

Privately owned, this is a 3 star AA rated hotel, situated on the sea front overlooking Morecambe Bay with long distance views to the Lake District. Built in 1841 it was the overnight stop-over in the days when a ferry ran from Fleetwood to Scotland. It has 54 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, each with tea/coffee making facilities, television, telephone and hairdryer. There are no ground floor rooms but the hotel has a lift which serves all floors. There is plenty of free car parking at the rear of the hotel.

Dance leaders - David and Ann Lavery

This couple, who live in Wigan and are new to our team, qualified with UKA in 1990. They have been teaching for 20 years, specialising in Ballroom, Latin, Sequence and Classical Dancing. They are also qualified members of the Allied Dancing Association, where Ann is a member of the Sequence and Old-Time Committee. They have entered and won several inventive dance competitions and have run holidays for their own club members.



Hotel Smoking Policy

All rooms are No Smoking.


a charming room with a good sized floor.

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Type of Sequence Dancing

On most of our Sequence Dancing holidays, the dancing style is dictated by the dancers. We call these holidays “Dancing in” and on them the leaders will put on dances requested (within reason) or which they deem suitable for the dancers on the holiday. Typically this will produce a mixture of old and new dances.

Places to visit

Southport with some lovely parks and gardens, Blackpool, Lytham St Annes. Morecambe and the Yorkshire Dales are all within easy reach.

What's included in the price

4 nights/5 days Dancing each evening and on Tuesday and Thursday mornings This holiday is on a half board basis and is SELF DRIVE

Departure DateTour RefHotelPrice (from)DaysAvailable 
Wed 27-Dec-2017FLEESQ11 3North Euston Hotel£195.004 10+    Book Now
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