October Tours

Magical Mystery Tour

 

3 DAYS | 6th October 2017

Fancy a week-end break in Britain? No cooking and definitely no washing up but not sure where to go! We have a multitude of destinations to take you, but we won’t spoil the excitement of the surprise so the only thing that we will reveal is that you’ll travel by luxury coach, we enjoy an excellent sightseeing itinerary benefiting from years of coaching experience and stay overnight in an excellent hotel with en-suite rooms, including full English Breakfast and Evening Dinner.


Scotland’s Autumn Gold Pitlochry & The Enchanted Forest

Staying at The Fisher’s Hotel

 

5 DAYS | 10th October 2017

Our Autumn tints tour takes us across the border to Scotland when at this time of year the glens and mountains explode into colour, with deep red, gold, purple, copper and russets. To highlight the colours even more we visit ‘The Enchanted Forest’, Scotland’s sound and light show set amidst the stunning Autumn woodland of Faskally Wood in the Highlands.


Ravenscar & 1940’S Pickering

Staying at the Raven Hall Hotel

 

5 DAYS | 15th October 2017

Ravenscar: ‘the town that never was’. A Victorian entrepreneur decided that a town should be built on the central point of the train line between Whitby and Scarborough. Roads were built, sewers were laid and plots of land sold to city dwellers. The plan was badly researched as the route to the shore is precarious and the area, though beautiful is very exposed. The building company folded in 1913 having built less than a dozen houses but it has altered the area forever. Peak was renamed Ravenscar, the wide roads remained and the houses built for a new town look strangely out of place in the middle of open countryside.


Chepstow – The Wye Valley & Forest of Dean

Staying at the four star Marriott St. Pierre Hotel and Country Club

 

5 DAYS | 23rd October 2017

The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean is alive with colour and is a magical place to visit at this time of year. The stunning landscapes and spectacular scenery of both have inspired artists, crafts-people, inventors, poets and playwrights, as well as the many visitors who return year after year.


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