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All aboard! Join us as we explore the delights of Devon and the dramatic beauty of Exmoor National Park. On this break, we include a journey on the West Somerset Railway, as well as cruises along the Grand Western Canal – one of the last remaining horse-drawn barges in England, and the Ilfracombe Princess.
Step into the “Garden of England” as we travel to Kent, home to Victorian architecture and classic Edwardian resorts.
On this break we have included entrances to Dover Castle and Pashley Manor – where you can enjoy the delights of spring at the splendid Tulip Festival, as well as a tour and tasting at the award-winning Chapel Down Vineyard.
Renowned as the most famous flower show in Britain and recognised all over the world the elegant RHS Chelsea Flower Show was originally held in 1862 in Kensington, but it later found its home in the grounds of Chelsea Hospital in 1913. You can expect to capture flourishing displays, a huge array of show gardens that promise to hypnotise and enchant you and flowers that you can’t find anywhere else!
A variety of enchanting gardens await you, as we explore some of the finest gardens in East Sussex. On this break, enjoy the quintessential, English country gardens of Brode Hill Garden, Nymans Gardens, Great Dixter House & Garden and High Beeches Woodland and Water Garden
Ladies Day at Royal Ascot is the world’s most glamorous race and this year you could be a part of this prestigious event. Ladies and gentlemen don’t get left behind on this sell-out tour as we have included a complimentary breakfast bag en-route, a welcome drink on our coach and excursions to Windsor, London and a full day at Royal Ascot.
Lincolnshire has a long association with aviation, and is home to several airbases with great strategic importance. During this break, we include a visit to the Aviation Heritage Museum – one of the best aviation attractions in Britain, and enjoy excursions to Louth, Woodhall Spa, Lincoln, Boston and Doddington Hall and Gardens.
Join Laver Holidays in the county of Yorkshire for a wonderful break where you will enjoy a classic combination of steam and cruise journeys. On this relaxing break we have included an Afternoon Tea cruise on YorkBoat along the River Ouse, a canal cruise with tea and biscuits in Skipton, a journey on the famous Keighley & Worth Valley Railway – starring in the 1970 film adaptation of Edith Nesbit’s The Railway Children and a short journey on the Kirklees Light Railway.
Dublin is full of treats and treasures – all of which are just waiting to be explored! On this break, you can wander around the heart of Dublin’s city centre with an expert tour guide and find out all about the history of these cobbled streets and learn lots of interesting facts along the way. On day 3, we swap land for water on a guided commentary tour along Dublin’s Grand Canal! There is also free time lined up on both days so that you can explore this wonderful city in in your own time and at your own pace.
Discover Britain’s maritime history on Maritime Britain: Bucklers Hard Museum & Portsmouth Dockyard – renowned as being one of the most important in the world, on this break we visit, Portsmouth Dockyard and Bucklers Hard Museum, we also include a cruise along the Beaulieu River.
Re-visit historic Hampshire in good company, on this break we include entry into Jane Austen’s House Museum, a nostalgic journey on the Watercress Line railway and we’ll even be returning to the home of ITV’s hit TV series “Downton Abbey” – Highclere Castle.