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Founded as an Abbey in the 12th century, Queen Elizabeth I even lived here as a child. Today it is a unique hotel, set within 500 acres of parkland. With formal gardens and a peaceful lake, it is full of history and charm. Includes ...more info
A historical city, particularly magical at Christmas time. Please note that due to the distance a maximum of 4.5 hours will be allowed at the destination.
Enjoy Xmas shopping in the quaint Lincolnshire town, which amongst the shops are over 600 listed buildings. In the afternoon, visit Rockingham Castle for a costumed tour, where the castle will be decorated throughout for Christmas Eve 18...more info
Includes free time for lunch at Cromer, and a stalls ticket for the matinee performance. Considered one of the best Christmas shows in Norfolk. Be entertained by comedians, speciality acts, glitzy costumes and fantastic vocalists, a...more info
Once again Chatsworth will be open for Christmas. The lower floors of the house will be magically transformed for the Christmas season. On these dates, the estate will also be the setting for the popular Christmas Market with over 100 stalls selling gi...more info
Kew’s much-loved landmarks are brought to life as you have never seen them before, where the beautiful gardens will be given a makeover for Christmas to create a magical after dark experience. Take the one-mile illuminated trail as it winds its way t...more info
From humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, to her transformation into the global Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Tina Turner didn’t just break the rules, she rewrote them. This new stage musical reveals the untold story of a woman who dared to defy the b...more info
Enjoy a festive day out at the enchanting Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Built in the 13th century, the moated castle is surrounded by acres of breathtaking Kent countryside and magnificent gardens, from a formal Italia...more info
Visit the traditional style Christmas Market held in and around the Market Place. Cirencester also has many small independent shops which can be found in courtyards, alleyways and stylish precincts.
An award-winning open air museum near Durham, with over 100 acres dedicated to life in 1825 and 1913. Step back to a magical Christmas past to discover seasonal sights, sounds, smells and delicious tastes. Join in the celebrations at the...more info
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