Tenby

The original town of Tenby was called Dinbychy Pysgod in Welsh or "little town of fishes". It was established by the Normans as a fortified town. Most of the old town walls remain, enclosing the medieval town behind them. Inside the old town walls, narrow cobbled streets and medieval houses add to Tenbyís charm, not to mention its beautiful beaches.

11th - 15th March

£ 379.00

Torquay & The English Riviera

Torquay, iconic palm trees, busy harbour and international marina could fool you into thinking you were on the Mediterranean. Enjoy long leisurely walks along the pier and promenade and take in the relaxed atmosphere. Make time to walk up the steps of Royal Terrace Gardens and take in the amazing sea views across the bay which are magnificent especially at night, with the lights reflecting onto the sea.

22nd - 26th April

£ 375.00

St Annes-On-Sea

St Annes-on-Sea is a seaside resort which offers a contrasting atmosphere and style and is much more relaxed than its bustling neighbour Blackpool, a few miles along the road. Its pier jutting out into sea and its quaint beach huts nestled at the foot of sand dunes. In the opposite direction is the former fishing village of Lytham, with its tree lined streets and pavement cafes, making a nice alternative.

29th April - 3rd May

£ 399.00

Lancashire, Yorkshire: Railways & Canals

Discover some the most famous and picturesque sights in this delightful tour of the north west of England. Delightfully enchanting railway journeys, some famous sights and the nostalgia of a canal journey, we are pleased to combine all of these in this holiday in the luxury of one of our collection hotels.

9th - 13th May

£ 465.00

Mythical & Historic Krakow, Poland

According to legend, King Krak slew a dragon and built Krakow on its cave. Historic Krakow certainly has the mythical atmosphere of a city built on legends and folklore. This charming city, once the seat of kings and scholars, nestles at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. Wander through the Old Town to discover Europeís largest medieval market square and the arches, spires and gargoyles of this UNESCO Site. A visit to historic Krakow isnít complete wi

12th - 18th May

£ 839.00

Cornwall-Newquay

Newquay was originally the fishing port of Towan Blistra before the new quay was built in the fifteenth century. Among other things, the quay was used for the import of coal and the export of mined ore during the heyday of the tin and copper mining industries. The beautiful beaches and the spectacular coastal scenery have made Newquay was it is today Ė Cornwall's premier resort, there is always plenty going on.

12th - 16th May

£ 535.00

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