Coach Holidays featuring visits to a museum
Discover the Yorkshire-Lancashire border with a relaxing cruise on a traditional canal barge and a wonderful train journey. Staying in a fine hotel on the edge of the Pennines, this holiday features three journeys through the hills and moors of North Yorkshire and Cumbria. Sit back, relax and watch the dramatic landscape unfold.
Enjoy the seaside on the southern coast of England overlooked by the South Downs, England's newest National Park. Our holiday is based at the 3-star Beachcroft hotel situated next to the beach at Felpham near Bognor Regis. Join us as we explore some of the region's heritage and history as well as taking in the beautiful Southdowns award-winning beaches and coastal splendour.
Step back in time to soak up the remarkable history and heritage of the Severn Valley. We stay at the 4-star Stourport Manor Hotel, set in 23 acres of grounds and once home of Prime Minister Sir Stanley Baldwin. We relive times gone by with a nostalgic steam-hauled train journey on one of the most famous heritage railways in the UK and not just one, but two river cruises as well as visiting Elgar’s Birthplace Museum.
A terrific weekend break as we enjoy the sights and landmarks of historic Durham city, with its ancient streets clustered beneath the magnificent cathedral, along with an included visit to the awardwinning Beamish Museum and the delightful sights of Heartbeat Country.
Enjoy the beautiful Lancashire countryside, its waterways, railway lines and historic houses with plenty of time for relaxation and enjoyment. Our tour also features a few added extras that you just can’t say no to including a 2-course lunch and a Cream Tea.
Cardiff is, without doubt, one of the UK’s friendliest and loveliest cities. On the banks of the River Taff, it is home to a host of iconic landmarks such as Cardiff Castle, Wales Millennium Centre, Principality Stadium not to mention the spectacular Cardiff Bay.
Nestling in the heart of Mid-Wales, the 4-star Metropole Hotel is renowned for its fabulous food and service and is an excellent base for this Autumn break. Llandrindod Wells grew in popularity during Victorian times when the benefits of its health-giving waters became widely appreciated.