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This special event, now passed its 30th year, is a special event in Somerset’s calendar. For one weekend every December this remarkable preserved medieval village turns its back on the present and lights its streets with...more info
Alvaston Hall is a typical Victorian Grade II listed house – romantic, exuberant and just a little bit quirky. Set in acres of award-winning gardens, it’s the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside.more info
Enjoy the taste of the continent, with the familiarity of home when staying on the most southerly of the Channel islands, Jersey, with its spectacular scenery and stunning beaches.
Whilst on the island, there is lots to do from d...more info
Our theatre breaks give you the opportunity to see a popular West End show whilst staying in an excellent standard of hotel around London.
Join us on this short break to visit Robson Green’s Northumbria with an included visit to Alnwick Castle & Gardens, one of Britain’s most iconic castles. There will also be some free time in Newcastle with an included riv...more info
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to world-class attractions and is a fantastic place to visit.
Visit the The Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s warship, Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory, which has been transformed to reflect wh...more info
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, offers a startling range of unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping wit...more info
Located within easy reach of the British Isles, neatly positioned just 31 miles from England and 31 miles from Ireland, you’ll find the beautiful Island paradise that is the Isle of Man.
It’s far enough to give you th...more info
This tour is one not to be missed as we follow in the footsteps of William Wordsworth exploring the stunning Lake District.
Wordsworth was inspired by the beauty and grandeur of this National Park and now we give you the opportun...more info
Since the first publication of Winston Graham’s Poldark novels, the stories and characters have become synonymous with the drama and romanticism of the coast of Cornwall, its mining heritage, great fortunes and struggles, against a...more info