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A designated World Heritage Site, Bath is famous for its iconic Roman Baths and imposing Georgian architecture. Time will be given to take in some of the area’s aesthetic wonders, including Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge,TheatreRoyal and the unique rows of houses dotted around.(Photo courtsey of Pixaby)
Fabulous scenery, medieval castles, Victorian railways and trams, beautiful parks and gardens, countless sporting activities, fascinating museums and superb Manx wining, dining and entertainment, the Isle of Man has it all. Thischarming and friendly island has over 200 square miles of beautiful unspoilt countryside and a coastline with little coves and superb beaches.
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Renowned for its seven miles of family-friendly golden beaches, beautiful parks and gardens and cosmopolitan ambience, Bournemouth blends the contemporary with the traditional like nowhere else to ensure that you are truly spoilt for choice, whatever your holiday preferences.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Cardigan Bay is the largest Bay in the British Isles, stretching approximately 50 miles from Bardsey Island off the Llyn Peninsula in the north to Strumble Head in Pembrokeshire in the South. Step into a gentler pace of life where you will discover breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches, great walks and stunning wildlife.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Llandudno is Wales’ 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.
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Touring Kerry is a constant delight and the coastal peninsular of Dingle and the Ring of Kerry offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the world which, together with the genuine hospitality of the Irish people, will make an unforgettable holiday. Our base is Killarney, in the heart of Ireland’s scenic south-west peninsular.
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.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
This tour blends Yorkshire’s glorious scenery and quaint market towns and lovely villages. We will cover a splendid variety of magnificent scenery and contrasting countryside. We also feature a ride on the Settle to Carlisle railway. Visiting the Bronte’s family home of Haworth and a steam train ride following the locations of the Railway Children.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
We are pleased to offer this tour in Central Scotland in the village of Crianlarich. A train ride to Oban is featured as well as a sightseeing excursion around Perthshire, a distillery visit and a tour of Ben Cruachan, the HollowMountain.
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Cornwall is justifiably one of Britain’s most visited counties and it’s easy to see why Atlantic breakers pound the rocky cliffs of its stunningly beautiful coastline. Charming, colourful fishing villages and smugglers haunts contrastwith the delightful inland countryside and interesting towns. Cornwall is privileged to have an unusually mild climate making it an ideal holiday destination. Our tour is centred in St. Agnes, a charming village north of Truro,perched on a hillside overlooking Trevaunance Cove.(Photo courtsey of Pixaby)