Once aboard one of our luxury coaches, you can relax and enjoy one of our fantastic days out.
Waddesdon Manor is not your typical country house in Buckinghamshire. Stepping into this Grade I listed house is as though you have been transported to the Loire Valley and are entering a 19th Century French château. Photo credit National Trust Alistair Maclaren
Weston began life as a small seaside village until health tourism changed the face of the town and brought people flocking into the bay. In Victorian times the town developed a reputation as a natural healing centre because of the quality of its fresh sea air and saltwater bathing.
Burghley Estate was endowed to the Burghley House Preservation Trust by the 6th Marquess of Exeter in 1987. Made up of Burghley House, farmland, woodland, and a significant property portfolio, the Estate covers an array of residential, agricultural and commercial properties
During the thrilling 75 hour flying display visitors will get to see fast jets, giant transporters, historic aircraft and much, much more. There will be a chance to meet the crews, get close to the aircraft and enjoy a feast of first class entertainment including the Techno Zone, an interactive showcase designed especially for youngsters, the Vintage Village, Aerodrome and the Adrenalin Zone.
The 486-hectare (1,200-acre) landscape pleasure park, designed by William Emes, is a haven of peace and natural beauty, perfect for riverside picnics. Discover the ‘cup and saucer’ cylindrical cascade or explore the earthworks of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle. A walk through the estate spans the earliest origins of Wrexham to the technology of an 18th-century designed landscape. All around, tenant farmers continue the work of generations.
Eric Morecambe was born in the town and famously took the town as his showbiz surname but next time you visit his statue on the prom look a little closer and you’ll notice that he’s wearing a pair of binoculars. Eric was a keen birdwatcher and the nearby RSPB reserve
The city of Lincoln is the ideal place to visit over the festive season. Journey back through time and wander through the cobbles in the cultural quarter of the city. Lincoln’s traditional Christmas Market, with over 250 stalls, is located on the medieval square.