Coach Holidays to England
The traditional seaside resort of Lytham St. Annes has much more to offer than just its pier and long, level promenade. Its tree lined streets and pebble mosaic town centre squares with continental style cafes, specialist independent shops and landmark 19th century windmill, gives Lytham St. Annes the intimate atmosphere of a village yet the feel of a sophisticated town. Our hotel is situated on the promenade near the pier, a short stroll from the amenities and attractions.
In celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the tomb discovery, the boy king's priceless tomb artefacts will visit London one final time while a new permanent resting place for the treasures is constructed at the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh will transport guests to Ancient Egypt where they will accompany Tutankhamun on his journey to the afterlife and quest for immortality.
This delightful new Christmas market weekend features a visit to both Southampton and Winchester Christmas Markets offering a wide range of yuletide goods and produce, as well as admission and tour of the impressive and spectacular Waddesdon Manor. Waddesdon Manor was built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1870s to display his collections and entertain the fashionable world, which during our visit, will be decorated for Christmas.
Famed for its long sandy beaches, Paignton has developed as a delightful resort. The seafront is really the heart of the resort with the pier and promenade lined with cafes and family pubs. Meander around the seaside shops of Torbay Road or take a stroll along the prom and the pier.
Join us this Christmas in one of Britain’s best loved seaside resorts. Scarborough offers lovely golden beaches, a busy harbour and traditional holiday attractions whilst our hotel, decorated for Christmas offers a warm welcome and festive cheer - all helping to make this a truly delightful festive holiday.
For a unique holiday in the UK, Warner’s have the perfect break to suit you. Renowned for their live entertainment and huge choice of leisure activities, you’ll be entertained morning noon and night, have the opportunity to sharpen your competitive edge on a whole range of sports or become an expert in the gentle art of relaxation.
The north Devon coast is stunning with dramatic cliffs which plunge down to the Atlantic Ocean. Inland, the rolling hills and delightful towns and villages make Devon a county of contrast well worth discovering whatever the time of year. Our tour is based at the elegant Royal Hotel in Bideford and takes in the north Devon coast, Arlington Court and National Trust Carriage Museum as well as the Atlantic Highway.
Situated in a beautiful bay on an unspoilt coastline in the heart of the ‘English Riviera’, Torquay enjoys a particularly mild climate and offers a real continental atmosphere, combining all the facilities of a modern holiday destination with the elegance of times gone by. Today its timeless Victorian terraces, white villas and seven hills provide the backdrop to many popular modern amenities such as the Riviera Centre, Princess Theatre and shopping malls.
Once you’ve experienced the beauty and charm of the Isle of Wight, you’ll realise why so many people come back time after time. Often referred to as ‘Britain in a nutshell’, it has peaceful beauty and an indefinable charm along with a particularly mild and sunny climate. Over half of the island is recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty, with nearly 30 miles of shore designated ‘Heritage Coast’.
Join us this Easter Week in the Pennines and Cumbrian countryside as we take you to quaint towns set amind beautiful landscapes along with an included ride on the South Tynedale Railway, admission to The North East Lead Mining Museum and a cream Tea at Slaley Hall. We stay at the Gilsland Hall Hotel which offers nightly entertainment.
This new holiday to Cornwall is based in beautiful Looe on the south coast of Cornwall. Still very much a working fishing port, many of the town’s shops are located in buildings dating from the 16th and 17th centuries. We include visits to The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Llanhydrock House and the seaside town of Polperro, as well as a train ride on the Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway.
Known as the jewel of the English Riviera, Torquay is famed for its mild climate due to the warming presence of the Gulf Stream. This sophisticated resort with an international flavour continues to prove a firm favourite with Impression’s guests many of whom return every year to sample all it has to offer.
Scarborough enjoys an unrivalled position as one of Britain’s premier coastal resorts yet also lies tantalisingly close to North Yorkshire’s rugged National Park. Ideally located around two sandy bays, Scarborough has in recent years been elegantly restored to its Victorian splendour and is the perfect resort for young and old alike.