September Tours

Steaming Through Wales & The Snowdon Mountain Railway

Staying at The Celtic Royal Hotel

 

4 DAYS | 1st September 2017

This delightful tour gives you the opportunity to experience the magical appeal of Wales by both coach and train. A land of song, choirs, castles and Celtic connections, splendid countryside, and a coastline of outstanding natural beauty.


Ireland – Donegal & The Wild Atlantic Way

 

6 DAYS | 3rd September 2017

This year our Irish Adventure takes us around Derry, the Inishowen Peninsula, and the mystical Giant Causeway. We enjoy a scenic railway journey that Michael Palin described as “one of the most beautiful in the world”.


Hull The City of Culture 2017 & The Humber Bridge

Staying at the four star Hallmark Hotel

 

2 DAYS | 10th September 2017

The magnificent waterfront city of Hull is located on the banks of the River Humber and is the UK City of Culture 2017. The city offers plenty to see and do, with its historic old town, waterfront, galleries, museums including Hull’s maritime museum and famous fish trail. There is also a super shopping centre if retail therapy is more your thing.


Cornwall & St Ives

Staying at The Chy An Albany Hotel

Runs in conjunction with The Isles of Scilly

7 DAYS | 17th September 2017

The pretty fishing port of St Ives is one of Cornwall’s most colourful and popular resorts. It is full of character and charm with the blue sea, golden sand and greystone cottages. Behind its habour walls you will find cobbled streets and crooked alleyways with antique shops, art galleries and museums.


The Isles of Scilly

Staying at The Bell Rock Hotel, St. Mary’s, Isles of Scilly

This tour runs in conjunction with Cornwall & St Ives.
Sea transfer will only be necessary if the plane is out of service.

7 DAYS | 17th September 2017

Just 28 miles off the southwest tip of Britain, lies the small, beautiful archipelago of the Isles of Scilly … a charismatic destination with unique charm and warmth: with mile after mile of white sandy beaches, acres of natural landscape to explore, a rich and fascinating history. The skies seem bigger here, the horizons further away, and the landscape broader. It all feels quite intimate and oldfashioned, as if you’ve stumbled upon an idyllic film set from a bygone era. Let the concerns of everyday life drift away on the falling tide. This is the stuff that holiday memories are made of: beautiful surroundings, a gentler pace of life, quiet conversation and nature’s soundtrack.


Beatrix Potter & The Lakes

Staying at The Netherwood Hotel

 

5 DAYS | 25th September 2017

The Lake District is often referred to as England’s greatest beauty spot with its craggy hill tops, mountain tarns, glittering lakes and stunning countryside. Awash with things to do, many people visit for the region’s literary connections; among the many writers who found inspiration here are William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and of course Beatrix Potter, a lifelong lover of the Lakes.


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