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Rutland is England’s smallest and arguably prettiest county, which certainlylives up to its motto, Multum in Parvo (much in little); Thisrural escape is theperfect place to spend time enjoying the great outdoors. Rutland Water offersa multitude of leisure pursuits while Rutland’s many attractive villages arehome to picture postcard cottages and traditional country pubs.
Set between two rugged headlands with miles of golden beach, Paingtonnestles snugly between its two neighbours - Torquay and Brixham. Its colourfulimage is enhanced by a marine gardens promenade, pier and harbour whichare brought to life at nightfall by seafront illuminations. Paignton boasts goodshopping facilities, a theatre, together with a host of seaside attractions. Itsbeaches are without doubt the best in the bay.
Yorkshire is a frequent visitor to our homes through the many popular TVprogrammes that are filmed on location here. On this tour we visit the FlowerShow in Harrogate considered to be the premier horticultural show inYorkshire, promising the perfect day out for all garden lovers.
Renowned for its seven miles of family-friendly golden beaches, beautiful parksand gardens and cosmopolitan ambience, Bournemouth blends thecontemporary with the traditional like nowhere else to ensure that you are trulyspoilt for choice, whatever your holiday preferences.
Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches. Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. The Great Orme has an 112-year-old tramway or you can soar to the summit on Britain’s longest cable car and enjoy stunning views all the way to the Lake District.
Scarborough fully justifies its claim as one of Britain’s major resorts, being ideally set between two bays and overlooked by the ruins of Scarborough Castle. The rugged North Yorkshire Moors National Park is within easy distance, as is historic Whitby. We also enjoy a full day to the historic city of York, with its many attractions.
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This is a journey packed with many of Scotland's most iconic sights and scenery, as well as one of the great train journeys of the world on the Jacobite Steam Train. Fort William’s setting is dramatic, on the shore of Loch Linnhe, and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
"A piece of France fallen into the sea and grabbed up by the English" Victor Hugo
The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands, Jersey is just 14 miles from the coast of France, giving the island a continental flair. Golden sands, sparkling seas, rugged cliffs, picturesque harbours and fascinating countryside are just a few of the natural attractions that await the visitor to Jersey. Situated on the edge of the Gulf Stream the island slopes from north to south to face the sun and boasts the best sunshine record in the British Isles and a climate which is generally milder in all seasons than the UK.
The heart of Kent is English countryside at its best, a landscape of rolling hillsand wooded valleys, orchards and vineyards, splendid castles and manyhistoric houses. Our tour includes visits to Leeds Castle, Quex Park Museumand a guided tour of Canterbury.
Eastbourne is one of Britain’s more elegant resorts with its wide spacious promenade, many gardens and squares and the rolling grasslands ascending to the high perpendicular cliffs of Beachy Head. A Pier and a fine shopping centre are other features of the resort. Eastbourne also offers a variety of entertainment. The distinctive three-tier promenade is bordered by dazzling floral displays and the turquoise and gold domed bandstand looks striking against the seascape.