Golden Eagle's head office is based in the UK. The UK government has instructed all businesses to start 'remote working' where possible. Golden Eagle is set up for all its employees to work from home therefore we are now home working (as of Thursday 19 March) and can be contactable by E-MAIL as normal.
For Reservations enquiries click here For General Questions click here
We can be contactable also by LIVE CHAT which is open between 9am and 5pm (UK time) and also by the CONTACT FORM. A member of the team will respond within 24 hours during the working week.
The main PHONE line will also still be in operation +44 (0)161 928 9410 where you can talk to a member of the team who will then pass any messages through to a specific person. Please bear with us to respond to your enquiry.
Thank you for your patience and understanding
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