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If you’re looking for a party then Ireland is the right place to be and St Patrick’s Day is the time to be there! Birr is one of Ireland’s best examples of a Georgian town. It is a virtually intact 18/19th century town, formal, spacious and well-planned with Georgian houses along its tree-lined malls and avenues.
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Think York and many think of York Minster, Viking York at JORVIK, and York Castle Museum and York Dungeon. But that’s just the start of York’s world famous attractions. Browse around the medieval shopping streets of Stonegate and the Shambles. Revel in York's Roman heritage at the Yorkshire Museum, Walk the city walls and discover York's royal history of kings, princes and England's Christian history.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)
Newquay lies on its North West coast and is the Cornish Riviera’s premier resort. Newquay is surrounded by eleven magnificent beaches, the Fistral Beach being the most famous due to its association with surfing. Strollalong the many coastal paths affording stunning views, browse the souvenir shops or take a stroll down to the picturesque harbour.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)
Turn back the clock on a journey of discovery through the hidden gems of the South East. Step back into the 1940’s at the Milestones Museum. We include visits to Royal Windsor, Henley on Thames, Newbury, Winchester and Oxford.(Photo courtsey of Pixabay)
Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake is perhaps the most beautiful lake in all of Europe. Its waters are incredibly transparent and the intense blue of the water and the luxurious vegetation add to its natural beauty. Garda’s expansive mirror surface glimmers deep within two rocky coastlines, its deepest point reaching down over 340 metres. Its scenery differs from mountainous and jagged in the north to gently hilly in the south. Throughout the lake region the climate is pleasant and exceptionally mild which favours the growth of a predominately mediterranean vegetation (olives, grapes, figs, oleanders, magnolias, palm trees etc). The picturesque villages and towns spread along the shore offer a unique experience and a variety of natural and historical attractions along with excellent restaurants, outdoor coffee houses and open markets.
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From our base near Cambridge we feature market days in Bury St Edmund’s and Ely, a tour of Cambridge including the American Cemetery and the famous museum at Duxford.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
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)
Perthshire is our base for this scenic holiday; an area which has become synonymous for its majestic Highland glen, picturesque lochs, ancient forests and characteristic towns and villages.(Photo courtesy of Pixabay )
On our Easter break we can enjoy the pleasures of Hampshire and its quaint towns including a day in Winchester and Salisbury.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
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)