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England

Manchester

Youthful, diverse, energetic and bursting with character, Manchester is a vibrant place to visit, and also a cultural powerhouse. Jam-packed with unique and eclectic museums, galleries, restaurants, bars, and shops in the city centre, Greater Manchester also offers a patchwork of heritage experiences.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Peover Hall - a striking Elizabethan property
  • Half board accommodation
  • John Rylands Library - a neo-Gothic gem
  • The Whitworth - an eclectic art gallery
  • Chetham's Library - an ancient public library

Details

From £485
per person

England

The Malverns

With charming towns, pretty priories and grand historic houses nestled between verdant valleys, the Malverns make a unique and beautiful place to visit. The velvety folds of the Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are fringed with grasses and wildflowers, providing a glorious backdrop.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Great Malvern Priory - ancient & interesting
  • Croome (NT) - eclectic history amongst stunning parkland
  • Madresfield Court - a moated property
  • Museum of Royal Worcester - see 'Behind the Scenes'

Details

From £459
per person

Ireland

West Cork

This Atlantic frontier, rugged with wild peninsulas and crashing islands, is a bastion of ‘Old Ireland’. An enchanting pocket of verdant wilderness, this is also where the Wild Atlantic Way ends (or begins) – in Cork’s picturesque harbour town of Kinsale.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Molly Gallivan's Cottage - experience 'Old Ireland'
  • Bantry House - a Georgian treasure
  • Glenview Gardens & Hobbit House - charming & fun
  • Clonakilty Distillery - sample Irish gin & whiskey

Details

From £719
per person

The beguiling city of Dublin is a compact amalgamation of medieval churches and Georgian splendour with a Viking past. A short distance to the south, the Wicklow Mountains provide a dramatic and enchanting backdrop: the countryside of County Wicklow, the ‘Garden of Ireland’, is packed with history.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Powerscourt Estate - Georgian splendour
  • Wicklow Mountains - enjoy stunning landscapes
  • Glendalough - an ancient monastic settlement
  • National Museum of Ireland - archaeological treasures

Details

From £639
per person

Located on the wild, westerly fringe of Wales, Pembrokeshire has a rugged and exhilarating beauty that is quite simply enchanting. Its charming medieval towns are rich with history and rugged with ancient fortifications.

Itinerary Highlights

  • The Royal Mint Experience - enjoy the visitor centre
  • Half board accommodation
  • St Davids Cathedral - named for Wales' patron saint
  • Last Invasion Tapestry Gallery - admire local craftwork
  • St Davids - Britain's smallest city

Details

From £419
per person

Wales

Cardiff

The Welsh capital is full of unique attractions, innovative architecture and thriving shopping centres. Between the vibrant waterfront of Cardiff Bay and the bustling city centre, there is plenty of culture with art galleries and museums.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Cardiff Castle - history & grandeur
  • Tour of the Welsh National Assembly
  • Explore Cardiff on a walking tour
  • St Fagans National History Museum - a glimpse of the past

Details

From £449
per person

Thursford Christmas Spectacular is Britain’s biggest and most exciting Christmas show: experience the popular blend of Christmas entertainment with dazzling dancers, beautiful costumes, songs and carols. A truly festive pageant of spectacle and colour!

Itinerary Highlights

  • Dunston Hall Hotel, Dunston

Details

From £299
per person

The UNESCO-listed Blenheim Palace is one of the finest palaces in Britain. The property’s lovely formal gardens come to life in the darkness of winter thanks to the Blenheim Illuminated Light Trail, which delights visitors with stunning displays designed to highlight the palace.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Blenheim Palace Illuminated Light Trail
  • Oxford - the 'City of Dreaming Spires'

Details

From £215
per person

England

Kynren

Kynren is a spellbinding live action outdoor theatre show. An immersive spectacle, Kynren plays out 2,000 years of British history and myth against the backdrop of Auckland Castle in County Durham.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Newcastle - a spirited city
  • Kynren - an epic tale of England
  • Beamish - explore the open air museum
  • Durham - an elegant & grandiose city

Details

From £429
per person

Counties Galway & Mayo form the heart of west coast Ireland, and running through them is a section of the Wild Atlantic Way – Ireland’s spectacular coastal route. The romantic Connemara Peninsula is known for its looming mountains, vast lakes, windswept islands, rugged with cliffs, and the dramatic Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only glacially formed fjord.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Half board accommodation
  • Galway - jewel of the west coast
  • Killary Harbour - Ireland's only fjord
  • Kylemore Abbey - romantically neo-Gothic
  • Westport House - a stately Georgian property

Details

From £729
per person

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