Lord of the Glens
A voyage through the very heart of the Scottish Highlands, traversing four different lochs on a transit of the intricate and endlessly fascinating inland waters of the Caledonian Canal
Steeped in a heritage and culture that is envied worldwide, the time has come to embrace the fascinating delights and treasures that are closer to home.
When we travel we magnify our experience by sampling local cuisine, embracing traditional music and entertainment and visiting extraordinary Heritage sites, there is now the opportunity for new journeys with incredible treasures waiting to be discovered in our backyards, travelling closer to home but far from the expected.
Explore England’s least travelled yet stunningly beautiful, rolling landscapes and crumbling castles of Northumberland, experience the beauty and wonder of the Lake District that has so impacted our literary heritage. Revel in the glorious and historic steam-hauled journeys that are just as important as their destination and the hidden treasures of Devon and Cornwall that feel, quite often tropical, yet so delightedly off the beaten track. Discover the East of England with its offerings of heritage and culture, a perfect country retreat year round, and visit ‘God’s Own Country’ filled with wonderful landscapes, history and wildlife, and a very proud people. Our small groups start from just 5 travellers, so there has never been a better time to travel with family and friends in a private group.
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Explore England’s eastern corner. Experience nature, wildlife, stately homes, a scenic steam train journey, harbour cruise and a journey on the Norfolk Broads. Discover a county steeped in heritage from Boudicca to Boleyn and Cromwell to Nelson with a special visit to the royal residence at Sandringham and to Aldeburgh to learn of Britten’s legacy
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Save up to £250
(18 September & 2 October 2022)
Historic Yorkshire, in northern England is known for its Roman and Viking heritage, Norman castles, medieval abbeys and Industrial Revolution-era cities, notwithstanding its fabulous national parks. Experience Yorkshire Dales and Valleys, Waterfalls and Breweries, Sheepdogs and Alpacas, Abbeys and very proud people