Coach Holidays to Central England
We are covering two of the most scenic areas in England and they are so vast that it is impossible to feature everything in one holiday. On this tour we have included a varied and interesting selection to make you take home plenty of fond memories of this beautiful part of England.
Hertfordshire and bordering Essex has plenty to offer and this tour will give you an overview of the wonderful countryside, the River Lea flowing through the Lea Valley with its idyllic meadows either side and a chance to see some of the quaint towns and villages along the way including Waltham Abbey, Stanstead Abbotts and Ware.
One of Nottinghamshire's most important houses and set in 30 acres of Grade I listed Victorian gardens, this beautiful 19th century hotel was designed by Anthony Salvin and Thoresby's original features are still enjoyed by Warner guests today - a perfect base for enjoying this beautiful part of the country.
Our tour takes us to one of the UK's best Christmas Markets - Chatsworth the magnificent Derbyshire home of the Duke & Duchess of Devonshire set amid breath-taking scenery, be one of the first this year to see the Great House decorated for Christmas with foliage, lights and candles evoking the spirit of Christmas.
We are delighted to offer this tour for Christmas staying at the 4-star Chesford Grange Hotel, combined with visits to Stratford Upon Avon, the former spa town of Royal Leamington Spa and the historic city of Worcester, makes this an ideal Christmas break.
Enjoy a unique Snowdrop experience, set in the beautiful Churn in the heart of the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, Colesbourne Park has been the home of the Elwes family since 1789, the park has a collection of over 250 varieties and offers a wonderful garden and woodland spectacular.
Become a part of the drama and discover the magic that lies at the heart of ITV's iconic TV series at the Emmerdale Studio Experience. Located at the programme's former studio in Leeds, this fantastic attraction will take you on a journey to show how Emmerdale's characters and stories are brought to life so sensationally.
Nothing says Spring quite like Daffodils! Since the first event in 1969, the weekend has grown larger and larger attracting thousands of visitors over the years to come and enjoy the village and its fantastic fair and daffodils. Also enjoy a visit to the University City of Cambridge to relax as we step into Spring.
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