Holiday Finder Search Results
The rolling hills and verdant vales of Buckinghamshire are home to a wealth of heritage treasures, from magnificent mansions and superlative gardens to Britain’s best kept secret during World War Two. We combine these historic...more info
Combining the magnificent architecture of one of Britain’s oldest and most famous university cities with fine historical properties nestled in Cambridgeshire’s picturesque countryside, we enjoy a relaxing journey through...more info
With its magnificent combination of natural beauty and varied buildings that span the ages, the North West of England is an area of Britain rich in culture and history. During this break we uncover the many hidden treasures and wond...more info
From the striking natural majesty of The Needles to the quaint, peaceful inland villages, the Isle of Wight is a haven of old-fashioned charm and inspiring scenery. A firm favourite of Queen Victoria in the 19th century, the island ...more info
Shropshire is one of England’s most rural counties with beautiful unspoilt countryside dotted by picturesque market towns. We combine visits to some of these quintessential English towns with a scenic cruise on the River Sever...more info
This relaxing weekend break gives us the chance to explore the idyllic rural landscapes of the Cotswolds while also discovering the birthplace of Britain’s most famous bard, William Shakespeare.
Beloved for its mild climate and miles of golden sands, Exmouth is the beautiful South Devon town that provides us with the perfect base from which to explore this picturesque corner of the country.
This long weekend takes in some of Devon’s prettiest spots, from the sleepy seaside resorts of its stunning coastline to its more rugged interior – the renowned area of natural beauty, Exmoor National Park.
Great Yarmouth is a lovely coastal resort blessed with golden sands and beautiful surrounding countryside, including the famous Norfolk Broads, the UK’s largest protected wetland.
On our weekend break, we explore the charming towns and stunning landscapes of two of England’s finest National Parks with their abundance of natural beauty and glorious scenery.