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A coast of contrasts Ilfracombe is a stunning coastal town with white washed houses, grand Victorian villas and terraces. Nestling between the National Park of Exmoor to the East and the golden coast to the West. A resort that also has a contemporary edge from its top class restaurants and galleries, to its theatre.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
The natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast and the Gower peninsular are famed all over the world. Glorious sandy beaches and seemingly endless rugged coastline give way to the Preseli Hills, historic towns and little villages.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
The beauty of the Durham Dales offers a nice contrast with stunning Beamish and historic Durham including Bowes Museum, home of the famous ‘Silver Swan’. The region has lots to offer no matter what time of year you visit.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Discover the country’s largest designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with honey coloured limestone, sleepy ancient villages and rolling hills. Take a journey on Gloucester, Warwickshire Railway and a Stratford upon Avon river cruise and visit to Chevanage House, Cirencester, Oxford and the Cotswolds.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)
Discover the captivating West Country on our tour that includes visits to the Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company, Sheppey’s Cider Museum and Quince Honey Farm.
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The Spring Flower Show in Harrogate is considered to be the premier horticultural show in Yorkshire, promising the perfect day out for all garden lovers. Harrogate Spring Flower Show Is the first big event in the gardeningcalendar.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Kent has played a significant role in Britain’s maritime history and we immerse ourselves in that legacy on this tour. We visit the Historic Dockyard Chatham to discover 400 years of maritime history and spend the day in fascinating Greenwich, home to the Cutty Sark ship, the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College. We also visit the childhood home of General James Wolfe and pay our respects to those who served at RAF Biggin Hill during the Second World War.(Photo courtsey of Pixabay)
This tour takes us to enjoy the pleasures of Hampshire and its quaint towns as well as a tasting and tour of the famous Bombay Sapphire Distillery and a day in Winchester, Portsmouth and a relaxing visit to the gorgeous gardens at Exbury on the edge of the New Forest.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
This tour to East Anglia concentrates on the tastes of the area at the Chocolate Lady of Steeple Bumpstead and the renowned Tiptree Jams in Essex, with a visit to the National Horseracing Heritage Centre.
When people think of Austria they probably think of something like the opening scene of The Sound of Music – Maria dancing in high green fields with bright skies and rolling countryside that will make you want to sing. As well as the fresh mountain air and idyllic scenery, this fabulous European country is also home to culturally sophisticated cities, quirky modern art galleries and breath-taking architecture. On this popular early season tour we enjoy some of the highlights this country has to offer including the beautiful city of Salzburg; birthplace of Mozart that sits majestically astride the Salzack River, Innsbruck; capital of the Tyrol region in an exceptional setting where city, culture and nature come together, and the stunning Alpine lakes of Achensee and Zeller See with their crystal clear blue water. With a packed programme of activities there is something for everyone on this tour and Austria is definitely a destination that should be on everyone’s travel list.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay )