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"A belated ‘thanks’ but still truly meant. Just to say what a lovely time we had on the Isle of Man with lovely, friendly people. The service, food and entertainment we all well managed and what a lovely place the Isle of Man is, it exceeded all expectations. We thoroughly enjoyed the different modes of transport for our daily excursions, the time over there went far too quickly! Our driver was excellent, caring, obliging and generally looking after us all throughout. We hope to enjoy another one of your holidays or some daybreaks soon."
- Mr & Mrs Munton
24th May 2017
The Victorians and Edwardians loved Llandudno – they called it the Queen of the Welsh Resorts, and graced it with some of the most elegant seaside architecture in Britain. Come and join us on this leisurely break away and enjoy a guided tour of the resort and a trip on the Great Orme Tramway.
The Royal Edinburgh Tattoo
10th August 2017
With the unforgettable sight and sound of the Massed Pipes and Drums performing against the brooding backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the spectacular Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo will include performers from over 48 countries. The Tattoo’s unique ability to bring together thousands of people for this annual celebration of music and entertainment is legendary.
Don't wait too long to book as this Holiday will sell out fast!
Norfolk - Trains, Boats and Great Houses
16th October 2017
Norfolk is one of England’s most picturesque counties and this holiday is designed to make the most of your stay by including some of the most notable attractions in the area. Your holiday will include – Bure Valley Railway, running between Aylsham and Wroxham, the ‘Capital of the Norfolk Broads’. If time allows then a visit to Cromer, a charming Victorian seaside town complete with Pier will also be included. Finally, no visit to this county would be complete without a visit to Sandringham, the country retreat of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh. Here you will see ground floor rooms, the gardens, gifts from state visits abroad and personal royal items.