Coach Holidays featuring train rides
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.
Join us for our Scottish Highlands and Islands tour based in the busy gateway port of Oban. We travel through stunning scenery as we explore the north west of Scotland. We include ferry trips to Mull and Iona as well as a cable car ride on the Nevis Range.
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.
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.
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.