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Published on: 17 September 2016
The world's premier Grand Slam tennis tournament
Soak up the atmosphere of the world's most famous tennis championships. Wander the outside courts, watch the action on court - perhaps savour strawberries and cream with a glass of champagne or Pimms - and spot celebrities and players, on our super-value break.
Single rooms are available for a supplement
This break takes place over Finals' weekend, and includes a Best View seat on the wonderful 11,000-seater No. 1 Court to see the stars of tomorrow and the past competing in the Junior and Veteran events.
Make your own way to your hotel where a Newmarket Tour Manager will be available (4pm-6pm) to assist with check-in and provide any assistance you may require. The evening can be spent at leisure in your hotel.
Following breakfast, you will depart by coach for Wimbledon, arriving at the Championships mid morning. Spend the rest of the day enjoying the action of the world's foremost tennis tournament, until play stops for the day. A coach will be on hand to transfer you back to your hotel to check out and begin your own journey home.
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Your show/event ticket(s) will be given to you by your Newmarket Tour Manager on the day.
In the event that there is less than one hour's play on any day on the court for which tickets have been bought, you will receive a ticket-price refund, but you would not be entitled to any other refund payment.
Hotel car-parking charges may apply (payable at the hotel). Policies vary between hotels.
Negotiating the large Wimbledon site, which covers more than 40 acres in total, may be physically challenging. We therefore recommend that those with significant disabilities, and/or those using wheelchairs, are each accompanied by an able-bodied helper. We do offer a limited number of wheelchair spaces on No. 1 Court which, if required, should be requested at the time of booking. (Please note that you must provide your own wheelchair.)
The first phase of major work has commenced on the installation of a roof on No. 1 Court. This means that for The Championships 2017, there will be almost no cover for ticket holders on No. 1 Court, and we would ask you to bear this in mind when preparing for your visit, as the weather conditions may be hot or cold, wet or dry.
The majority of these consist of a double bed and an extra bed that is often only suitable for children. If this is a concern, you may wish to consider booking more than one room for your group.
*Plus insurance if booked.