Virgin Trains and SuperBreak have teamed up to provide PNE fans with a special offer to make the trip to Wembley easier and more enjoyable!
As previously stated, train services are limited on Sunday 24th May, but there are still plenty of tickets available to London from Manchester and Crewe.
So why not make a weekend of it by travelling down to London, watching the game and spending Sunday night in the capital from just £103!
The package includes a stay in a central London three-star hotel and return Virgin Trains travel from either Manchester or Crewe; departing on Sunday 24th May and returning Monday 25th May with the return service running direct to Preston.
You would be staying at the Royal National Hotel which is conveniently located just a short walk from Euston Station and Euston Square underground proving easy access to the Metropolitan Line to Wembley Park to watch the big game!
The hotel is also the ideal base from which to explore top London attractions, head out to London’s best shopping districts and to find the finest dining and entertainment in the West End before heading to watch the final!
Central London’s biggest hotel, the Royal National has excellent onsite services including three restaurants, two bars and even a bowling alley.
You can then retreat to your large and comfortable room and make use the excellent and modern amenities which include an en-suite bathroom, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and come as standard with room service also available.
If you are making your own plans but wish to travel with Virgin Trains, there are plenty of tickets available for services from both Crewe and Manchester on the Sunday with tickets also available for the return journey on Monday 25th. All of these services have a number of tickets available with the season ticket holder discount.
If you are interested in this package, you can book or find out more by calling 01904 436022 and quoting our reference ‘VTPNE’.
Please be aware that due to Network Rail, engineering works there are limited services on Sunday 24th may, as a result, supporters need to make their own way to Manchester or Crewe to pick up a direct Virgin Trains service to London Euston.