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Set against the majestic backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, the world’s largest annual flower show provides gorgeous gardens, fabulous floral displays, and fantastic shopping in an unforgettable setting.more info
From iconic Brighton tourist attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton has a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Due to the distance of this destination a maximum of 4 hours will be allowed at the resort. more info
Situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains in Wales, Llangollen is a haven for shoppers looking for unusual gifts. Includes a 2 hour cruise enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Vale of Llangollen across the w...more info
Skegness was one of the country’s first seaside resorts to welcome visitors and still one of the most popular today... and it’s not hard to see why. There's plenty of things to do, to visit and experiences you’ll never forget. Walk along t...more info
Visit Thirsk, a pretty market town which is recognised as home of England’s most famous vet James Herriot, the author behind the series All Creatures Great and Small. If you choose you can visit The World of James Herriot Museum set in his former...more info
Visit the finest occupied Victorian Castle in England, the film shoot location for the popular ITV drama ‘Downton Abbey’. Home to the Carnarvon family since 1679. The present day castle was designed in 1842 by Sir Charles Barry, the architect also respons...more info
Visit Holt, the attractive Georgian town a few miles from the coast with pretty lanes and yards, where you will find charming shops, galleries and book shops. Sheringham is a quaint seaside resort.more info
Explore Bakewell, famous for the invention of Bakewell Pudding and where one of the oldest markets in the area is usually held today. The former spa town of Matlock offers good facilities for shopping and leisure and Hall Leys Park is a well known public space....more info
A quintessential English resort town in Suffolk enjoying quaint period houses and Dutch painted cottages built around nine greens, with an award-winning pier and beach huts. more info
Epping Ongar Railway is the longest heritage railway in Essex and operates on the former end of the Underground Central Line, operating trains between old fashioned stations dating from 1865. As you board your steam locomotive from North Weald to Ongar a tour guide w...more info
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