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Find out why glorious Windsor Castle is the Queen’s favourite weekend residence! Visit the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world during this tour and bask in the fortress’s royal setting.Have a peek at t...more info
The picturesque market town of Stratford-upon-Avon is the home of William Shakespeare. This is Shakespeare's England. Swans glide gracefully along the River Avon, willow trees overhang the water's edge, barges move slowly around the cana...more info
Our Mystery Tours continue to be very popular. We leave the mystery element to our expert drivers so when you call to book please don’t ask us where it’s going (yes, many people do), honestly, we don’t know!
Located in the spectacular rural countryside of central Somerset and with over 90 brands offering up to 60% off all year round, don’t miss the smart shopper's haven at Clarks Village.
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The largest resort in Dorset, Bournemouth boasts seven miles of sandy beaches, beautiful parks and gardens, as well as a vast array of shops and restaurants to suit all budgets.
You’re sure to find plenty o...more info
London is the most haunted city in the world. Once called the “City of Gallows” visitors had to pass a hanged man at every gate. We seek out ghosts, gangsters and the mystery of Jack the Ripper....more info
Magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French château.
Surrounded by views of Oxfordshire, the Chilterns Hills, the Vale of Aylesbury, Waddesdon Manor, is an ideal place for relaxing with family and fr...more info
Every year for the weekend on the second Friday after the August Bank Holiday Monday Swanage comes alive with hundreds of Morris dancers in their bright costumes and jingling bells, and folk music lovers.
Folk music followers can...more info
Dartmouth is a fascinating maritime town, nestled on the edge of the picturesque River Dart within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In Dartmouth itself you’ll find award-winning restaurants like Mitch Tonks&rsquo...more info
Widecombe Fair is famous not just in Devon, but across the world. It all started more than 150 years ago, with a cattle show, a sheep sale and an old folk song - telling the story of Uncle Tom Cobbley and all.
Widecombe Fair has ...more info
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