Sit back and relax on this serene break cruising around the simply stunning Lake District where you can admire the natural beauty of the sweeping valleys whilst sailing along the glistening lakes. We have also arrange plenty of time to explore on land too with free time in Morecambe, Lakeside, Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick.
Nestled on the Irish Sea between England and Ireland, the Isle of Man is filled with natural beauty which ranges from rugged coastal cliffs through to flat plains and sandy beaches. On this revised trip for 2018, we stay on the island’s capital of Douglas where you will have free time to wander along the promenade and take in the stunning scenery. This trip is filled with lots of activities including excursions to Curraghs Wildlife Park and The Sound Visitor Centre, not forgetting a steam railway journey and of course, a delicious cream tea!
Cumbria is not only famous for its lovely lakes and stunning scenery, it’s also steeped in rich history which has resulted in some incredible castles and mansions being built along the way. Step back in time and come face-to-face with magnificent castles and ruins such as Wray Castle and Lowther Castle along with breath-taking buildings such as Holker Hall, Askham Hall and Rydal Hall; all of which come with their own well-kept gardens and land. There is also the chance to relax in the quaint towns of Kendal and Windermere.
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.
The breathtaking sculpture Wave, is a magnificent sweeping arch of bright red poppies (originally seen at the Tower of London as part of the installation ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’) is making its way to the Imperial War Museum North later this year and this is your chance to be there! On this fascinating stay we also visit Arley Hall & Gardens.
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.