Bideford, in North Devon is home to some of the most beautiful coast lines in the British Isles.
Take in the breath-taking views of Exmoor whilst enjoying a journey on the West Somerset Railway – the longest Heritage Railway in England – On this break we also a guided tour of Chambercombe Manor, followed by Cream Tea, and a finger buffet lunch at Castle Hill Gardens. As well as excursions to Woolacombe, Barnstaple and Lynton.
Explore the history and beautiful wildlife of Wilshire with included visits to Bradford-on-Avon, Bath, Salisbury and entrances into the National Trust’s Bowood House & Gardens and Stourhead.
For many years Sidmouth has been one of Laver Holidays most popular destinations! “A town caught in timeless charm” Sidmouth combines colourful gardens, leisurely walks and a rich history. For this break we have also included 2 cruises and visits to Seaton and Lyme Regis, an ancient town featured in the Domesday Book.
Experience the many legends that have grown up on the beautiful lands of Cornwall on this unique tour; from the patron Saint of St Ives ‘St La’ who travelled from Ireland on a giant leaf in answer to her prayers too the ‘The Hurlers’ a group of stones on Bodmin Moor, which are said to be the remains of a group of men who were turned into stone.
The multi-award winning resort of Newquay is a wonderful escape from daily life. Warmed by the Gulf Stream, Cornwall boasts some of the UK’s best beaches and wildlife and this year we’re inviting you to discover them with us. As we include visits to Trebah Gardens, a sub-tropical garden and Pencarrow House surrounded by Grade II gardens as well as free time in Newquay to find out why it’s been voted as ‘one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns’.
Join us on this festive break in Sidmouth, a beautiful town “caught in timeless charm.” During your stay we enjoy excursions to Exmouth, Exeter and Torquay, a Dartmouth River Cruise and a festive package that includes classic Carol singing after dinner, festive quizzes, afternoon tea and cake.
Step back in time as the village of Dunster lights its medieval streets with just candles. This magical event, which begins at dusk, is a unique chance to enjoy the village and its magnificent Castle illuminated much more softly whilst joining in in the traditional atmosphere.