Scenic days our to the country or coast.
Visit two of North Norfolks best loved seaside towns, Saturday is market day in Sheringham home of the North Norfolk Railway, after lunchtime we transfer the short distance to Cromer famous for the Pier, Cromer Crabs and some of the best Fish & Chips in the country.
The award winning West Midlands Safari Park in Worcestershire is home to over 1700 animals we start the day with the Safari Drive Through where we will encounter Lions, Tigers, Elephants, Rhino, Giraffe and much more. Then you are free to visit all the other attractions including Land of the Living Dinosaurs with it`s 38 animatronic dinosaurs, the African Village home to the Meercats and Lemurs and the latest exhibition Ice Age complete with Fiery Volcano & prehistoric animals.
Skegness,Lincolnshire`s largest resort is renowned as one of the country’s top seaside destinations.With an award winning Blue Flag beach and a seafront buzzing with funfair excitement, to the picturesque Compass Gardens offering a quiet area to sit and watch the world go by there is plenty to see and do.
A day to enjoy regency Brighton. Perhaps take stroll along the seafront to the pier, visit the Royal Pavillion, or visit the British Airways i360 Tower, Brighton's newest attraction, where you can take a 20 minute vertical flight up to 450 feet high and see 26 miles of Sussex.
Spend some time exploring Windsor before taking to the water mid afternoon for a two and a half hour cruise aboard a genuine Vintage steam vessel. We shall be boarding either the Steam Launch Nuneham built in 1898 or Steam Launch Streatley built 1905 for a nostalgic experience second to none. To complete your great day out a traditional cream tea will be served as we cruise through the grounds of Windsor Castle.
This excursion combines two of our favourite trips to make one Great Day Out, travelling through scenic Derbyshire we make our way to Bakewell home to the largest market in the Dales. After time for shopping and lunch we make the short journey up into the High Peak to join the Judith Mary for a 2 hour cream tea cruise along the beautiful Upper Peak Forest Canal
One of only a few working watermills in the country, the lovingly restored Jordan’s Mill offers a fascinating insight into the heritage of flour milling in Britain. We include a guided tour of the mill and time to explore the gardens, before enjoying a light 2-course lunch. We’ll then visit the nearby Stotfold Watermill, one of only four listed in the Doomsday Book where we have a talk and walk around the beautiful Grade II listed building.
Dating back to 1163 and the most prominent fishing port in Belgium for centuries, this city combines an old medieval centre complete with small houses and cobblestone streets with a long sandy beach flanked by a promenade bustling with seafront cafes and bars & is home to the largest marina in northern Europe.
Set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside Stratford-Upon-Avon is brimming with olde English charm and famous the world over as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Spend the first part of your day exploring this delightful town before taking to the water aboard the Rita Ellen for a 1.5hr Cruise complete with commentary and an Afternoon Tea.
Enjoy some free time to explore Henley on Thames before taking to the water aboard a Hobbs of Henley River Cruiser for a two hour cruise along the Thames complete with a live commentary on board pointing out Midsomer Murder locations and also the history and heritage of the River Thames at Henley including Henley Royal Regatta. Whilst on board enjoy an afternoon tea created by the award winning Time for Tea company.
Bakewell Christmas market will host around 100 stalls and gazebos featuring some of the traders from the famous Bakewell Monday market alongside a mouth watering selection of speciality festive foods and wines from the Peak District plus arts and crafts, gifts for all the family and much more. You are sure to be spoiled for choice.