Celebrate the unique heritage of the historic industrial village of Port Sunlight – from its foundation in 1888 to life in the village today. We also take you to Ness Botanic Gardens, where you can discover the beautiful colours and landscaping.
Travel with us in Club Class style as we return once again on this popular break filled with included excursions to Electric Mountain and a ‘Ferry across the Mersey’ for a lunchtime break at the Albert Dock. You’re sure to have a wonderful time on this Singles break, with plenty of opportunity to make friends or enjoy some ‘me time’.
Discover some of Britain’s finest countryside on this enchanting break to Ludlow. On this break, we include a traditional horse drawn canal trip along the Llangollen Canal, entry to Powis Castle and gardens and trips to Kidderminster, Oswestry, & Ludlow.
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 on the traditional atmosphere.
Enjoy this enchanting break with overnight stays in the Lake District and the Isle of Man. Home to England’s largest National Park and captivating views that inspired the likes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter, the Lake District is now a World Heritage Site. The Isle of Man is also an un-spoilt gem with an ever-changing landscape, where sandy beaches and pretty fishing harbours back onto rolling hills and lush valleys.
Our mystery tours are always a firm favourite amongst our Laver travellers, so if you fancy something a little bit different for your Easter break this year, or if you just want to get away, our Easter Mystery Tour could be just for you! You can enjoy the same great benefits of a Laver Holiday, including door-to-door pick-ups, comfortable travel, exciting excursions and breakfasts and evening meals in some wonderful holiday resorts in the UK.
This Easter we invite you to enjoy the treasured family home of the Duke and Duchess of Westminster – Eaton Hall and Gardens. Only open to the public on a scattering of days throughout the year, with all proceeds going to a charity. This grand estate can be traced back to the early 1440’s and this longstanding tradition offers you the rare opportunity to enjoy such wonders as the gardens 388-foot-long Camellia Walk and the gorgeous rose garden