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With magnificent views across the River Thames, Cliveden was the glittering hub of society in the early part of the 20th century, and later infamously associated with the 'Profumo Affair'. The spectacular estate, with a celebrated parterre, has a series of formal gar...more info
Enjoy a two course lunch consisting of chicken breast served with potatoes and peas followed by Eton Mess at theFish and Eels pub, a riverside country pub of rural charm, rustic character, and picture perfect surroundings locatedmore info
A traditional market town, with olde worlde narrow streets and a cobbled market square.
The UK’s City of Culture 2017, boasting some excellent shopping opportunities, from small independent boutiques and shops to the large shopping centres, as well as the museum quarter. Maybe include a visit to The Deep where admission is extra, one of the ...more info
Shop in either the vibrant city centre, or the unique indoor specialty shopping areas of the Victorian Quarter, Corn Exchange, and Granary Wharf with everything from Harvey Nichols to mill shop bargains.
Located near Milton Keynes, visit the world’s first large scale codebreaking centre – once Britain’s best kept secret. Glimpse into a bygone era and discover the exceptional history behind this country estate, which housed thousands of remarkable wa...more info
A series of buildings with a complex history, the story begins in 1348 when the land was used as a burial ground during the Black Death for victims of the plague. Over the many years, it has served as a monastery throughoutthe early Tudor period, a pr...more info
Explore Barnsley’s 700-year-old famous market where there are hundreds of both indoor and outdoor stalls selling quality produce. Around the town is also a range of independent shops and high street stores. Holmfirth is a popular, pretty village in one of Engla...more info
We propose to set down/pick up on Park Lane, near to Marble Arch. A central location for shopping, sightseeing or the theatres – the choice is yours and the possibilities endless. Approximately 9 hours free time will be allowed in the capital.
Trace the story of theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon from 1879 to the modern day. On a tour of the Front of House areas of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, hear behind-the-scenes secrets, and learn how costumes are made and effects are a...more info
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