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“Big Tree Country” as this area is known, is full of superlatives – home to the world’s highest hedge and Europe’s oldest tree, tumbling streams and waterfalls, lochs and rivers, all amongst Scotland’s best scenery. It is this, along with the unbeatable range of things to see and do that makes Perthshire such a magnet for visitors.
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Once again we are pleased to include in our programme the ever-popular Mystery Tours. They will again be great value for money and every tour is guaranteed to be different from the previous month, and on each tour you will receive scenic tours to local places of interest and ample stops will be made. We guarantee only good quality hotels will be used, some having extensive leisure facilities, and all offering a very high degree of comfort. All rooms will have private facilities and you will enjoy dinner and full English breakfast each day.
Enjoy the delights of Hertfordshire and the Home Counties, with visits toAudley House and Gardens, one of The Treasure Houses of England andBletchley Park, the site of the British code-breaking activities of WWII whichfeatured in the recent blockbuster film ‘The Imitation Game’.
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.
On the edge of the Mendip Hills and close to lovely cities such as Bath and Wells, Weston Super Mare is the perfect base from which to explore this glorious part of the South West. This Bristol Channel resort has always been a firm favourite with our clients, many of whom enjoy the level promenade and the easy access to the town’s amenities.
Discover the country’s largest designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’with honey coloured limestone, sleepy ancient villages and rolling hills. Exploresome of England’s most treasured landscapes and gain a different perspectiveon the included highlights of a cruise on the River Thames from Oxford andvisits to Chevanage House, Cirencester and Cotswolds Farm Park.
Exmouth was once considered to be the most select seaside resort in Britain.It now offers a rich mixture of immaculate sands, lovely gardens and a busymarina. Exmouth boasts an excellent 2 mile long seafront so you can relax onthe beach or enjoy its many activities and plenty of sea front attractions. Thereare also lovely cliff walks with stunning views of the bay.
Highclere Castle is one of England's most beautiful Victorian Castles set amidst 1,000 acres of spectacular parkland. The Carnarvon family has lived at Highclere since 1679, and the current castle stands on the site of an earlier house, which in turn was built on the foundations of the medieval palace owned by the Bishops of Winchester for some 800 years.
The Black Forest, or Schwarzwald to give it its German name, is famous the world over. Deeply rooted in its traditional culture and possibly best known as the home of the cuckoo clock, the Black Forest is an area of mountains and forest 200 kilometres long and up to 60 kilometres wide, which borders France in the west and Switzerland in the south. The Enz, Nagold and Alb rivers and their tributaries have carved deep valleys into the densely wooded sandstone massif of the northern Black Forest region.
See the best of what South Wales has to offer, explore the rich heritage andculture and come and discover why Dylan Thomas wrote so passionatelyabout the region and his home town of Swansea, Wales' second-largest city,sitting on the five-mile sweep of Swansea Bay.