The delightful small town of Crieff in the main town of Strathearn lying on the southern edge of the Scottish Highland. It offers visitors an attractive blend of up to date facilities and shops in the atmosphere of an old country town. Local attractions include the Crieff Visitor Centre, The Stuart Crystal Factory and Scotland’s oldest distillery, Glenturrett.
Sidmouth is a small, attractive and unspoilt resort and continues to be one of our most popular destinations. It retains an air of elegant charm and stands between two grassy headlands and is an ideal base for exploring some of Devon’s delightful villages, stunning coastline and wild moorland. An attractive shopping centre and flat promenade complete this attractive holiday location.
Swansea lies within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan. Situated on the sandy south west Wales coast, the county area includes the Gower Peninsula with miles of unspoilt coastal panoramas, award-winning golden beaches and lush rolling countryside.
Paignton is a delightful resort, set between two rugged headlands with miles of sandy beach. Its colourful image is enhanced by a Marine Gardens Promenade, Pier and Harbour which are brought to life at nightfall by seafront illuminations. Paignton has good shopping facilities, two theatres, together with a host of seaside attractions.
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Eastbourne is a beautiful resort. Wide tree lined streets with over 200 acres of parks and gardens that provide the perfect backdrop to the elegant Victorian architecture. This is a town with grace and elegance, a landscaped pedestrianised town centre, clean well managed beach and a flat level sea front. Eastbourne is also surrounded by stunning countryside.
Barnstaple is reputedly England’s oldest borough and has gained consistent recognition in the annual Britain in Bloom competition. Interesting excursions and visits around North Devon together with an excellent hotel make this a very enjoyable short break.
Set within some of the most beautiful and varied countryside in England, Shropshire has the amazing Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, an abundance of castles, stately homes, museums and gardens as well as historic market towns packed with independent shops and eateries.
For the perfect blend of idyllic waterways and a rich history, Norfolk is hard to beat. At Britain’s most easterly point is the area known as the Sunrise Coast with magnificent beaches and fishing villages, whilst just inland the phenomenon of the Broads can be found. Magnificent monuments and cathedral spires dominate the landscape giving…
This tour covers a variety of visitor attractions in Kent, some of which remain unknown to the many who visit the “Garden of England”. As well as these highlights we will also see the picturesque countryside of Kent .