July Tours

Ravenscar & The Ravenhall Hotel

Staying at The Raven Hall Hotel

 

5 DAYS | 5th July 2021

A rugged coastline with a backdrop of the North York Moors National Park is the setting for the East Coast’s resorts and fishing villages. This is a coastline of high cliffs and rocky shores, rich in flowers and wildlife. Our tour explores the seaside resort of Scarborough with its beautiful sandy beaches, Spa complex and medieval castle, the picturesque fishing port of Whitby with its quaint cobbled streets, picturesque houses and famous Abbey overlooking the town. Finally, Ravenscar, our base for the tour and one of the most places on the Yorkshire coast with its intriguing clifftop location and most unusual claim to fame, ‘the town that never was’.


Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival & RHS Wisley

Staying at The Holiday Inn, West Drayton

 

2 DAYS | 10th July 2021

Experience the world’s largest annual flower show in the setting of an historic palace; this year’s RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival transforms 25 acres of parkland into a blaze of colour. Garden lovers can marvel at the beautiful flowers and the innovative conceptual gardens showcasing the next big names. Watch demonstrations by celebrity gardeners, pick up new ideas and learn how to implement them via a variety of talks and demonstrations. During the weekend we also visit Wisley, the historic home of the RHS with one of the largest plant collections in the world.


A Relaxing Break in Sidmouth & South Devon

Staying at The Royal York and Faulkner Hotel

 

6 DAYS | 17th July 2021

Sidmouth is one of the most unspoilt resorts in the country and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful. Quiet and unhurried it is ideal for a relaxing get away. In the resort you will find delightful gardens, cliff path walks, picturesque beaches, and shops that still offer the personal service and friendliness found in a country town.


Isle of Man History & Heritage Tour

Staying at The Ascot Hotel

 

6 DAYS | 20th July 2021

The cats have no tails, the sheep have four horns and the Coat of Arms has three legs; the Isle of Man may just be a short distance from the British mainland but it has a unique character that sets it apart. The pace of life is less hurried and the scenery is wild, made of heather clad hills, wooded glens, rocky headlands and secluded coves.


Suffolk & Constable Country

Staying at The Mill Hotel

 

5 DAYS | 22nd July 2021

There are few places in Britain more picturesque than Constable Country in Suffolk; this rural landscape was where the painter John Constable was born, and where he painted his most celebrated works. Picturesque villages, rolling farmland, rivers, meadows, ancient woodlands and a wide variety of local wildlife all combine to create what many describe as the traditional English lowland landscape.


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