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Windsor may be dominated by the thousand year old castle but there are many more things to see and do. Take a passenger boat trip along the Thames, hop on an open topped bus for a guided tour, or do both at the same time on board Windsor Duck Tours bright yellow vehicle.
Our first stop today is Melton Mowbray on market day then after lunch we visit the award-winning Gates Garden Centre with its traditional tearoom and over 10,500 square metres of indoor and outdoor display areas. You’ll find everything from garden tools and pots to patio furniture, water features, clothing, homeware and pet care, there’s something for everyone.
This morning we visit the historic market town of Bishops Stortford before making our way to Clavering home to the Cricketers. Run by Trevor and Sally Oliver, parents of Jamie, the pub has earnt a reputation for only using the finest quality fresh ingredients to produce some of the best tasting pub food available anywhere.
Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk is a dazzling unique historic gem. An important market town with a richly fascinating heritage, medieval architecture, elegant Georgian squares and the magnificent Cathedral and Abbey gardens combine to produce a beautiful backdrop to the award winning market.
Our first port of call today is Wroxham, capital of the Broads and home to the world’s largest village store. Later in the afternoon we move onto the village of Horning to board the Southern Comfort Mississippi Paddle Boat for an hour and a half cruise.
Join us for this lovely day out taking in St Albans' street market. First chartered in 1553 this wonderful market has 160 stalls running through the centre streets of the city, surrounded by quaint, cobbled streets, narrow roads and beautiful period buildings.
We travel via Eurotunnel to spend the day at Ostend, Belgium's premier seaside resort which has always been a favourite with British travellers. On the way back we call in at P&Js Chocolate Factory where they make delicious Belgian Chocolates fresh every day.
Come and visit one of the Country’s oldest and finest markets. Every Tuesday you can experience the hustle and bustle of the town’s busy street market. Based around the Market Place in the safe pedestrianised area of the town, the streets are filled with stalls selling everything from clothing to fresh produce.
Join us as we visit the pretty rural Georgian market town of Holt, brimming with independent shops including antiques, art and crafts, gift shops & cafes, before we head to the acclaimed Rhododendron & Azalea Gardens at Stody Lodge to enjoy the magnificent gardens that stretch over 10 acres. We include a Cream Tea at Stody Lodge to add the finishing touch to the day.
Cirencester, known as ‘The Capital of the Cotswolds’ is a maze of fascinating streets, lined with quaint old houses and 17th century bow fronted shops. The traditional open-air town market has been trading from as far back as 1086 and is located in the centre of the town opposite the cathedral-like parish church of St. John the Baptist.
Enjoy a fascinating tour on board our coach with a member of the Cadbury heritage team. As they take us on a guided tour around the Bourneville Village to discover the Cadbury brothers’ vision of a ‘Factory in a Garden’. We will view examples of beautiful architecture, the unique village green and pretty tree-lined streets, before taking a guided tour of the Cadbury World exhibition and enjoying a CreamTea with scones and sandwiches, with tea or coffee served in the themed Cadbury Café.