Holidays in the UK
The story of Cheshire's industrial heritage told by its mills, mansions and canals - a story not just of buildings and machinery, but of the people who lived here.
Typically English landscapes - the Cotswolds, Vale of Evesham and Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon - enhanced by both river and rail trips.
Jersey is the perfect island break - somwhere a little way apart, a bit different, ever so slightly exotic.
The smallest county in England, of which a large proportion is taken up by Rutland Water - the artifical lake created by Anglian Water in the 1970's and largest reservoir in Europe.
Set amongst the rugged scenery of Snowdonia are tiny jewels of cultivation - the landscape tamed, tidied and ordered into stunning gardens that will inspire and delight.
A once in a lifetime Grand Tour of the Emerald Isle - a sparkling isle, celebrated in music and words, with the warmest welcome in the world.
Discover the well loved legacy of Liverpool, the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal with all its musical and maritime history.
The Highlands really is the Scotland of your imagination!
A specially themed tour of food and drink that is flavoursome and unique to the county of Kent
Imposing natural landscapes overlaid with thousands of years of human activity adding to their intrigue and fascination.
Herefordshire is justly described as "unspoilt" and to enhance your appreciation of this beautiful area we are including a short trek in the countryside with Llamas.
Northumbria is one of the wildest and most naturally beautiful of England's regions - it's very location has shaped a history of violence and conflict
Visit some of the oldest and most renowned gardens in Cornwall combined with some of the unique sights of this beautiful county
Travel from Central London to Windsor by vintage steam train and enjoy a lunch onboard in a luxurious Pullman dining carriage.
Whatever your memories of Britain's Railways you will be amazed at the lengths these people go to, to make sure we do not lose them!
With few good roads across this remote unspoilt wilderness landscape, these heritage railways allow us to fully appreciate the magnificent surroundings.
Experience a landcape of desolate moorland, ancient abbeys and picturesque villages existing side by side in perfect harmony - quite literally, a breath of fresh air!
Boat trips cruising the sheltered river estuaries of Suffolk give access to the ancient fishing villages, waterside hamlets, wild-life rich wetlands and historic sites where time has stood still
Extending our popular short-breaks to London to give you more opportunities - no ties, no pre-booked visits or excursions - just to go as you please and enjoy!
Enjoy the "turn-of-the-season" around the unspoilt, undeveloped and unrushed county of Shropshire, which retains an intriguing air of "yester-year",
3 day tours that represent great value and add a touch of excitement to a weekend away!
One of our best sellers every year - the ultimate Christmas Musical Experience! This year based at the exclusive 4 STAR Pheasant Hotel - a luxurious venue set on the North Norfolk Coast.
Between the Rivers Severne and Wye lies the mysterious and isolated Forest of Dean. An area with a srtrong sense of local history and culture with some fascinating attractions.
The magnificent Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew will be transformed into a magical after-dark explosion of festive lights to welcome the Christmas season.
A special Luxury Traditional British Christmas package in the beautiful Cheshire countryside with all the trimmings, entertainment, spa facilities and a sightseeing programme.