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This delightful tour sees us visit some of the most popular destinations on the south coast. We have time in Southampton; which boasts an impressive cultural offering, from museums and art galleries, and Portsmouth, a dynamic and vibrant...more info
The Royal Family have strong connections to Scotland and this tour traces their footsteps as we visit the Palace of Holyrood and Glamis Castle. Also included, is a Firth of Forth boat cruise as well as a visit to Captain Scott’s sh...more info
Enjoy memorable journeys on the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railways as they travel through Snowdonia.
Outstanding scenery, comfortable carriages and historic steam engines await you here in the heart of Snowdonia. Glorious coa...more info
Explore this glorious hotel set within 45 acres of superb award-winning gardens, located just a short drive from Harrogate, and the view from the hotel is as dramatic as any in the Dales.
Built for a wool merchant, the hall was r...more info
Our base for this tour is the stunning Slaley Hall Hotel, which is ideally located for exploring historic Northumbria and the beautiful Durham Dales.
This tour features historic Hadrian’s Wall where we are joined by a guide...more info
Warner Leisure Hotels are more than just a place to stay. Enjoy the great range of activities on offer and the brilliant live music whilst dancing the night away.
This Victorian castle looks out over its peaceful estate and never...more info
A perfectly blended tour visiting the ‘Garden of England’. Take a trip on a vintage steam train, meander round fine gardens, explore ‘the loveliest castle in the world’ as well as tasting some award winning Englis...more info
See the best of what south west England and Wales has to offer with visits to the Georgian City of Bath, SS Great Britain, Cardiff Castle, Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Chepstow, with a River Wye cruise.
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
Since the Regency period when seaside holidays became fashionable, people have been visiting Exmouth to enjoy the scenery. It is a lively town, situated on the east coast of Devon, w...more info