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For many years now the Isle of Wight has been a popular destination amongst our passengers. Returning to the Trouville Hotel in Sandown, we enjoy miles of beaches as well as included excursions to the famous Needles, one of the most photographed areas on the Isle of Wight and the Mottistone Gardens.
Steeped in history Aberfoyle is the gateway to the Trossachs offering unforgettable views.
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.
This trip is a must for all gardening enthusiasts and floral fans. Visit world-renowned gardens such as The Beth Chatto Gardens and RHS Garden Hyde Hall along with Visits to Audley End House & Gardens and Green Island Gardens. Enjoy free time in Brentwood and Southend-on-Sea along with a stop at Althorpe House which has been owned by the Spencer family for over five centuries.
Explore the best of Belgium with CoachStyle: As we include excursions to Ostend, known as “The Queen of the Belgian seaside resorts” and popular with the Belgian Royal family, Bruges a fairy-tale medieval town and Ypres.
After a phenomenal 2017 we return once again to our amazing hosts at the Hotel Wagner in the stunning Rhine Valley! With a fantastic value hotel package including 1-hour free bar on 3 nights and entertainment and excursions to Rudesheim, Cochem and Boppard – this is one sell-out tour that you don’t want to miss!
Skegness is one of the top Seaside Holiday destinations in the UK! Perched on the ‘drier side of Britain’ this fun and lively seaside resort is bursting with attractions and entertainment for young and old alike!
Cumbria is not only famous for its lovely lakes and stunning scenery, it’s also steeped in rich history which has resulted in some incredible castles and mansions being built along the way. Step back in time and come face-to-face with magnificent castles and ruins such as Wray Castle and Lowther Castle along with breath-taking buildings such as Holker Hall, Askham Hall and Rydal Hall; all of which come with their own well-kept gardens and land. There is also the chance to relax in the quaint towns of Kendal and Windermere.
Boasting seven miles of sandy beaches and clear blue sea, this vibrant town has it all. With an incredible variety of shops, restaurants and award winning gardens you will be spoilt for choice at this traditional seaside location.
Blackpool is back and bigger than ever! Packed full with exciting attractions and award-winning beaches, Blackpool is still Britain’s favourite seaside resort no matter what time of the year!