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You’ll find so much to choose from, including river cruises, UK breaks and European tours. And whatever you choose, with Chandlers, great value is assured.
Most Chandlers coach holidays include expertly-planned sightseeing excursions to fascinating places of interest, with everything arranged for you,so you can sit back, relax, and make the most of your holiday.
A visit to Norfolk offers a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of busy Britain. The coast and countryside offer areas of outstanding beauty and diversity, with hills and undulating fields, wooded valleys, forest areas a...more info
Overlooking two sweeping bays, with a busy fishing harbour and old town, Scarborough was the world's first seaside resort and has been welcoming holidaymakers for over 350 years.
Often referred to as 'The...more info
Eastbourne boasts an enviable position on the Sussex coast, sheltered by the rolling South Downs and awe-inspiring Beachy Head. It’s not hard to see why Eastbourne, with its long promenade and definite air of quality, charm...more info
Diverse, energetic and bursting with character, Manchester is one of the most exciting places to visit the UK. With a proud history in science, industry, music, arts and sport, the city is jam-packed with attractions, museums and...more info
The Edinburgh Tattoo is one of the most spectacular shows in the world, with an international television audience of over 100 million. But there's no substitute for being there to enjoy the music from the massed pipes and b...more info
There are endless things to do on the Isle of Wight. With chalky white towering stacks stretching out into the English Channel, secluded sandy beaches lapped with clear water and looked over from timeless villages, the Isle of Wi...more info
The best known resort on the English Riviera. Torquay is perfect for a holiday at any time of year. It is a holiday paradise and has long been recognised as a major international resort. Torquay has an excellent town centre which...more info
Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, is famous for the Victorian style and Edwardian elegance that is evident throughout the town. It is exciting, lively and beautiful with two beaches set beneath the towering limestone headla...more info
County Waterford’s coastline stretches some 147Kms, with 25kms a UNESCO heritage site, known as the Copper coast stretching from the Victorian resort of Tramore, to leafy Stradbury, which spills over with cliffs, coves, sea...more info
The Great Little Trains of Wales are a very special way of seeing some of the best scenery in the British Isles. All are narrow gauge steam railways, some over 100 years old and share the charm of steam trains with polished paint...more info
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