UK Holidays

Our first Turkey & Tinsel tour this year takes us to South Wales, and as well as a packed week in resort, we will also be paying a visit en-route to the Capitol city of Cardiff, and in the evening there will be a pre-dinner class of sherry followed by dinner and dancing.
Criccieth must surely enjoy one of the most beautiful locations, situated on the coast at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. With visits to the fantasy village of Portmeririon, Caernarfon and Porthmaddog, there plenty to see, and do,on this tour.
   
   
Cromer was patronised by Royalty and grew from a small fishing village to a distinctly upper class tourist resort. The town is full of character with narrow twisting streets, a vibrant promenade and a harbour bustling with the activity of the local crab fishermen..
Shanklin boasts a long sandy beach which lies at the foot of the spectacular cliff on which most of the town is built, with a connecting lift. The traditional seaside part of the town blends into the pituresque thatched cottages of Shanklin Old Town.
   
   
From our base at Warner Lakeside Village, Hayling Island, we will visit some of the highlights of the South Coast, including the famous Bluebell Line, while having plenty of time to relax and enjoy the West End themed entertainment in resort.
Fort William nestles in the foot hills of Ben Nevis, on the shores of Loch Linnhe, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain.The Jacobite railway journey is often described as one of the most spectacular in the world.
   
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Based in Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, we will enjoy train rides to the top of Snowdon and on the famous Blaenau journey down the West Coast to Porthmaddogg. There will also be a tour through the National Park and over the Llanberis Pass.
Tenby, with it’s pastel coloured buildings, narrow cobbled streets, fortified medieval walls, four beaches and beautiful gardens is one of the most photographed in Wales, and from here we will visit the stunning Abergalsney House & Gardensm and the National Botainc Gardens of Wales.

 

 
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Carbis Bay is just along the coast from it’s more famous neighbour and is linked to St Ives by the local branch line. St Ives itself is a strikingly picturesque town with rocky headlands, three glorious beaches and a bustling harbour. Despite it’s recent popularity it still retains its old-world charm
The North East of England has seem many turbulent times, and is home to some of the country’s most historic sites, both cultural and religious, as well as some stunning scenery, including the Holy Island of Lindisfarne & Hadrian’s Wall.

 

 
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This tour combines two things that Blackpool does like no-one else, the Illuminations and a Traditional British Christmas. The Illuminations date back to 1879 and attract millions of visitors to Blackpool, which still buzzes with excitement long after other resorts have gone into hibernation. 

There is plenty to see in the Spa town of Scarborough, from the narrow streets of old town, to the imposing castle ruins or perhaps the sea life centre. During our festive stay, there is even an early visit gfrom Santa himself, as well as an excursion to Robin Hood Bay and the North York Moors.

   
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Our final Turkey & Tinsel tour takes us to Exmouth, a lively town, situated on the east coast of Devon, where the River Exe meets the sea. We also visit out to the attractive seaside towns of Teignmouth and Dawlish and along the estuary of the River Exe resort of Torquay.
Our bargain break to start off 2019 is to Eastbourne, one of Britain's more elegant resorts, enjoying a glorious location on the South Coast. There will be a excursions to  Brighton, with a chance to explore the Lanes, Rye and Hastings, and en route stops in Chichester & Gunwharf Quays.
   
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Torquay is one of Britain’s most famous resorts, situated at the heart of 22 miles of unspoilt coastline, often referred to as the 'English Riviera'. Torbay is blessed with a mild climate, sparkling blue waters, Blue-Flag beaches and extensive attractive gardens that make it a great place to visit at any time.

 

 

   
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