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Fresh air and stunning views make Cardigan Bay and Ceredigion the perfect destination for a day trip. We start our day in New Quay, once a flourishing shipbuilding centre and fishing port where the small local fishing and pleasure craft still come and go in the sheltered bay. New Quay's beaches extend in a golden arc around the bay and are ideal for strolling by the sea. We then head north to Aberystwyth, the culture capital of Wales and home to the National Library, University and an excellent Arts Centre.
If you’re looking for somewhere different to spend a few days on a staycation look no further than the county of Bedfordshire! The hidden gems of England keep opening up to us and this new tour takes in some of the areas diminutive beauty spots, monumental historic buildings and the fascinating Stockwood Discovery Centre with its beautiful gardens, interactive exhibitions and the largest carriage collection in Europe!
Anyone in search of true English countryside need look no further than the Cotswolds. We travel via Moreton in the Marsh to Stow on the Wold. With its grand manors and gardens, quaint cottages and quiet backwaters, ancient woodlands and rolling hills, Stow is the quintessential Cotswold town, just waiting to be discovered. We continuing to Bourton on the Water, regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England. We will return via Broadway and Evesham.
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.
You decide Cheshire Oaks or Liverpool.
Cheshire Oaks was the first and remains the UK’s largest designer outlet. With over 360,000 squarefeet of retail space, comprising more than 145 boutiques, restaurants and cafés, Highlights rangefrom athletic labels, like Nike and Adidas.
If you love shopping, you’ll fit in well here; Shoppers are spoilt for choice between gleaming new city-centre shopping centres, boutique arcades, bohemian streets and farmers markets. Liverpool also has a wide range of visitor attractions to explore.22nd November date the christmas markets will be taking place Liverpool
Llŷn is unmistakeable in so many ways. You can’t miss it on the map – it’s that crooked finger of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea. It also has a distinct identity as a bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language. Then there’s the look of the place – it’s stunning. Llŷn is a protected `Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty`on the strength of its exceptional coastline of coves, headlands, beaches and bays rich in wildlife.
Our tour to the beautiful Lleyn Peninsular takes us to the most westerly point of North Wales and to the beautiful coastal towns of Porthmadog, Pwllheli and Abersoch, one of the most popular sailing resorts in Wales. For our return journey we cross the peninsular and follow the coast to Caernarfon, returning through Betws-y-Coed.
Enjoy Belfast's thriving, cosmopolitan scene with its many bars and restaurants. We also include a visit to Bushmills Distillery and the Giants Causeway. And of course a visit to Titanic Belfast as it is a 'must see' on any visit to the city. It is located right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship's construction.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Enjoy a summer break in the delightful county of Kent with visits to historic cities, coastal towns and a breathtaking castle.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Blackpool must surely fare as one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe. The culmination of Blackpool’s long season must be, without doubt, the fantastic illuminations, with over a million pounds being spent to light up the town they must compare equally to the famous lights of Las Vegas.
(Please Note: Subject to traffic conditions it may not always be possible to drive the entire length of the illuminations in order to comply with our drivers working restrictions.)