A wonderful selection of Spring breaks, hand-picked especially for you.
Brighton is a cosmopolitan seaside resort offering handsome squares, gracious terraces, fine crescents and distinguished architecture, and renowned for the most famous landmark of all, the Indian themed Royal Pavilion located in the middle of the main thoroughfare.
Based at Staines, just 40 minutes drive into central London, this London value break allows you the chance to explore London, visiting some of London's iconic sights such as the Tower of London, The London Eye or the high-speed lift to the top of The Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, the choice is yours.
Now open to the public for the first time in its 1000 year history, the Royal Mint gives you the chance to discover the stories behind the coins in your pocket. See more money that you could every imagine, find out how each coin is made and even strike your own.
Newquay lies on Cornwalls' north west coast and is the Cornish Rivieras' premier resort. Newquay is surrounded by 11 magnificent beaches, and Fistral Beach being the most famous due to its association with surfing. Stroll along the many coastal paths affording stunning views, browse the souvenir shops or take a stroll down to the picturesque harbour.
An exciting Alpine holiday for the late winter where we travel across snowy central Switzerland. We use mountain rail and cableways to get up into the snow to see the magnificent scenery of the area. Our base will be at Kergiswil on the shore of Lake Lucern
Nowhere will the visitor find a wider variety of things to see and do than in Waterford as the excitement of the city and the beautty of the countryside make up this wonderful county, incorporate their national day 'St Patricks' and you have all the ingredients of a truly memorable holiday.
The small town of Vianden has a picturesque location on the River Our, set amidst magnificent Luxembourg scenery, close to the border with Germany. Vianden houses many great buildings include a feudal manor, a former Trinitarian church and cloister and a rural art museum.
Recognised for its apples, pears and plums, the Vale of Evesham and surrounding area boasts some of the most productive horticultural land in the country. During mid-March the soft pink tones of cherry and apple blossom contrast beautifully with the white blossom of the pear and plum trees which explode into life along the roadsides of the Vale.
Edinburgh is a dynamic city which combines a wealth of history and culture with modern attractions. Whenever you take a holiday to Edinburgh there is sure to be lots to see and do including, Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile, Museums, Art Galleries and a wide choice of shopping, eating and drinking establishments that attract tourists to Edinburgh year after year.
The natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast and the Gower peninsula 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.
Where better to celebrate Mothers Day but in the quintessential Shires of England - Lincolnshire, a land where gentle landscapes meet meandering rivers and ancient church spires pierce the skyline & Rutland, home to the beautiful town of Stamford.
Weymouth is a delightful Georgian resort situated on the great sweep of Weymouth Bay with its harbour & quaint town houses, the Esplanade is renowned for its colourful flower beds and hosting the sailing events for the 2012 Olympics.
The best way to view the dramatic scenery of Scotland is by rail & coach and this tour offers you both. We include 3 superb train journeys - Loch Luichart to Kyle of Lochalsh - Aviemore to Broomhill - and voted one of the greatest railway journeys in the world 'The Jacobite' from Fort William to Mallaig.
Renowned as one of our more stylish resorts, Bournemouth is clean, fresh and sophisticated, yet remains quite unspoilt in spite of its popularity. There are seven miles of golden beaches, parks, gardens, and woodlands to explore.
A NEW Spring Tour featuring Berkshire, Oxfordshire and our capital city of London, this exciting tour offers a welcoming backdrop to some very interesting and relaxing activities including regal Windsor Castle, the scene of the last two Royal Weddings.
Conveniently located, Morecambe is the perfect base from which to explore the stunning surrounding areas, our tour includes a variety of excursions designed to suit all tastes, in addition to allowing plenty of time at leisure to enjoy the pleasure of the seaside.
There is something quite special about Kensington Palace, built in 1605 it became the royal home for William & Mary in 1689. It was saved from falling into ruin by Queen Victoria who was determined to save the Palace where she was born and spent her childhood. She secured government support to renovate the Palace in in recent years it has been home to many royals including the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret, Diana, Princess of Wales and currently the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Duke & D
Travel with us as we explore England's largest National Park - The Lake District. Experience the drama and magic of sweeping valleys, highest mountains, gentle lakes and a wide range of sights and activities that are just some of the things that make the Lake District a top tourist destination.
North Devon is a delightful mixture of dramatic coastline and magnificent moorland scenery, sprinkled with unspoilt resorts, bustling market towns and quaintly names villages. Barnstaple is said to be the oldest borough in the Kingdom and was founded at the lowest crossing point of the River Taw.
The fascination for the film and television industry captures the imagination as we follow in the footsteps of the stars on this enjoyable weekend break with a visit to Royal Windsor as an added attraction.
A new tour featuring the glorious gardens of Athelhampton House as well as Forde Abbey and Sherborne Castle, where we also enjoy guided tours, with visits to Dorchester, Lyme Regis and Sherborne included. This tour discovers the best of Thomas Hardy's Dorset landscape.
With a fascinating history, the east of Ireland has so much to offer visitors, based in the charming county of Carlow and with a delightful combination of popular excursions and new attractions, this tour is sure to be in demand, so book early to avoid disappointment.
One of our most popular tours - Sidmouth is renowned for its quiet and gentle ambience, a picturesque town situated on the glorious south Devon coast, set between the red cliffs on the edge of Devon's heathery uplands.
Indulge in your passion for gardening with a short break to the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show, the most prestigious horticultural event of the year and one of the hottest social events in the British calendar. The Flower Show itself has been running every year since 1913 with over 500 exhibitors coming to this prestigious event to showcase their ideas.
Join us as we visit the delightful countryside of central England and two famous stately homes, the Queen's Royal Retreat Sandringham and Boughton House, one of the finest treasure houses in the country, where scenes were filmed for 'Les Miserables'.
The sheer beauty of the Lake District has inspired poets and artists for centuries and on this holiday we will paint a picture that will last in your memory for years to come. From our base we can explore the dramatic landscapes of the Lakes on this unique holiday. One of our excursions is taken in mini-buses which will reach parts where others cannot go!!
Kent has played a significant role in Britain's maritime history and has been on the frontline of England's shores for centuries. Our tour includes a visit to Dover Castle and its evocative Wartime Tunnels, the Battle of Britain Memorial atop of the famous White Cliffs, a steam train ride, brewery tour and a visit to Canterbury Cathedral.
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