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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
Eastbourne is an elegant classic 19th century resort with a pristine promenade, 1930’s Bandstand and iconic Pier. The sunny seaside resort is a gateway to Beachy Head, the Seven Sisters and the magnificent South Downs Na...more info
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Killarney in Southern Ireland has to be the most popular Irish destination visited by Roberts’ Passengers!
Located centrally on the south Dorset coast, Weymouth has for over two hundred years prided itself as being one of the UK’s premier holiday resorts.
Just steps away from the hotel, stunning beach and level promenade are qua...more info
Sheringham Park is famous for its wonderful collection of Rhododendrons. The last owner, before the park was passed to the National Trust, would hold rhododendron champagne parties in the 1950s to show them off.more info
Durham is a sweeping emerald canvas with breath-taking dales, a dramatic coastline, a vale steeped in history and a vibrant city at its heart.
Visit the city and admire the imposing more info