May Tours

The Isles of Scilly

Staying at The Bell Rock Hotel


7 DAYS | 3rd May 2020

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 there is mile after mile of white sandy beaches, acres of natural landscape to explore, and a rich and fascinating history. The skies seem bigger here, the horizons further away, and the landscape broader. It all feels quite intimate and old fashioned, it is as if you have 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.

Cornwall: A Relaxing Luxury Break in Falmouth

Staying at the Royal Duchy Hotel


7 DAYS | 3rd May 2020

Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England and is famous for its dramatic coastline, gorgeous gardens, spectacular sandy beaches, quaint coastal towns, fishing harbours and the sparkling blue sea that encloses the majority of the county. Cornwall’s mild climate and spectacular landscape make it a popular destination for holidaymakers from home and abroad. Falmouth our base for the tour is Cornwall’s leading south coast resort and home to Cornwall’s maritime heritage. A flourishing port for over 400 years, today Falmouth is a bustling town with many attractions offering something for everyone and the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday.

Great Malvern Spring Gardening Show & The Asparagus Tour

Staying at The Salford Hall Hotel


2 DAYS | 7th May 2020

Back by popular demand! We venture once again to the RHS Great Malvern Spring Gardening Show. Set amongst the beautiful Malvern Hills, this really is an event to delight all. You can meander around the stunning collection of show gardens, lose yourself in the floral marquee and pick up tips from the experts. The show brings together inspirational ideas and practical tips, and makes for a fantastic visit. During our short break we also have a unique asparagus experience through the Vale of Evesham. The Vale of Evesham is renowned for its production of this most luxurious vegetable and according to tradition, the season starts on St Georges Day and ends on Midsummers Day because local growers would “never cut beyond the midsummer bud”. The British Asparagus Festival takes place every year, celebrating the best asparagus in the world.

Irelands West Coast Spectacular Galway & The Aran Isles

Staying at The Johnstown House Hotel & The Falls Hotel


6 DAYS | 17th May 2020

Come and escape with us to the stunning west coast of Ireland; a region rich in ancient traditions and natural rural splendour, windswept mountains, stone walls and peat bogs. We will visit the ancient monument of Bunratty Castle, explore Galway, Capital of Culture 2020 and head across the bay to Inis Oirr, the largest of the Aran Islands.

Warner’s Bembridge & The Isle Of Wight

Staying at The Warner Bembridge Coast Hotel


5 DAYS | 25th May 2020

The Isle of Wight is one of the most picturesque of Britain’s smaller islands, just five miles from the south coast and a popular holiday destination. The island contains a wonderful mixture of bustling resorts, glorious countryside, small quaint villages, and a stunning coastline.

Alnwick & The Treasures of Northumberland

Staying at The White Swan Hotel


5 DAYS | 31st May 2020

Northumberland is a place of wild untamed beauty; the picturesque countryside and spectacular coastline can be explored in comparative peace, with often only the local birds and animals as company. In this relatively small area the variety of interests is extensive; explore everything from historic landscapes to colourful fishing villages, dramatic castles to stunning gardens. Alnwick, our base for the tour, is an ancient market town that has changed little over the centuries. The winding cobbled streets and stone buildings are dominated by Alnwick Castle, home of the Duke of Northumberland.

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