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You’ll find so much to choose from. 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.
With its rich maritime heritage and its status as the regional capital for culture, Plymouth is one of the most dynamic and fascinating places to visit in Devon. Plus a chance to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan, one o...more info
A wonderful mix of rail and loch, this great new Scottish holiday takes you on a nostalgic steam journey. Based at the popular Winnock Hotel in Drymen, you will enjoy a steamship cruise on Loch Katrine, a trip on the F...more info
Rural villages, lush green meadows, rich farmlands and sandy heathlands depicted by the famous painters Constable and Gainsborough. We visit the north of the county with its peaceful coastline, the excellent Museum of East Anglia...more info
Sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful views from the water and from the tracks on some of the UK’s most enjoyable journeys including a cruise on the Lancaster Canal, a train journey from Appleby to Settle and a ride on th...more info
Worthing is the largest all year round seaside resort in West Sussex and is a delightful destination with a stunning setting between five miles of coastline and the beautiful South Downs National Park. Boasting one of the sunnies...more info
Join us on our Summer tour to spectacular Northumbria, close to the border with Scotland, the area boasts over 100 beautiful miles of Heritage Coast. Historical sites to take you back through time, vast landscapes to explore...more info
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
Affectionately known as the ‘Jewel in the Irish Sea,’ although small, there is an abundance of beautiful countryside and coastline on this island, along with a wealth of attractions.
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
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