This year we have found some beautiful accommodation in some of the most stunning holiday destinations around the UK.
From the big skies of Norfolk, to the wide beaches of Devon and the rugged mountains of the Peak District to the tranquility of the Lake Derwent Water—there really is something for everyone.
Most of our group holidays run Monday to Friday but this year we’re delighted to offer short and weekend breaks too.
Let us take care of the details, giving you the break you truly deserve.
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Choose your holiday from the list below for more information about the destination, including accommodation details and dates. From there, you can reserve your room.
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Staying close to the rugged heart of Cornwall at Bodmin, this part of Cornwall offers something for everyone. From quaint fishing villages to stunning gardens; wide open beaches to wild moorland. Here you’ll find a wealth of history, beauty and adventure to relax and enjoy.
Lake Derwent Water in the Northern Lake District is as pretty as it is dramatic. Surrounded by stunning scenery and home to sheltered coves and wildlife, it has much to offer. Lake Derwent Water is Keswick’s local lake and only a ten-minute walk from the centre of town.
Tucked away in the glorious countryside of East Devon, this holiday offers everything that a rural retreat should be; it’s lovely and peaceful, but with Honiton only a couple of miles away, it’s not so far from civilisation that you have to drive miles to get anywhere.
Isle of Wight
Situated just off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight is the UK’s paradise island. Spanning just 13 miles north to south and 27 miles from east to west, the Island, recently crowned a UNESCO Biosphere, offers a stunning array of contrasting landscapes and an extensive list of things to do and experience.
Fakenham and North Norfolk are some of the last unspoilt parts of the UK with plenty of charming villages, excellent restaurants and, of course, the famous Norfolk coastline. From here you can enjoy delightful walks, great sandy beaches, fun days out, pine forests and some superb bird-watching opportunities. With its big skies, sprawling countryside and wild beaches, there really is something for everyone.
Home to England’s largest forest and the biggest man-made lake in Northern Europe, Kielder Water & Forest Park is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. A haven for wildlife, the best dark skies in England and award-winning art & architecture… Kielder will inspire, surprise and enthral you.
The North York Moors National Park is a very special part of the UK, rich with history and nature. Here you’ll find beauty, peace—and the famous Yorkshire warm welcome. The area offers moorland walks, stunning coastline, picturesque market towns and historic sites.
The Peak District is a world of contrasting beauty and has just about any landscape you can imagine. There are sweeping views of fields in every direction, from the high, moorland plateaus in the north, to the steep-sided, deep dales and rolling green hills in the south. In the heart of it all are quaint villages, historic towns, rivers, springs, and caverns.
Windermere and the surrounding area is arguably one of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of the Lake District. Lake Windermere is England’s largest natural lake, stretching 10 miles across the South Lakes, surrounded by stunning views and rugged fells.
Llangarron is a peaceful rural village a few miles from Ross-on-Wye, a characterful market town in the south of Herefordshire. It lies in south-eastern Herefordshire, on the River Wye and on the northern edge of the Forest of Dean. This area has exceptional history, with castles overlooking the river Wye that wends its way through beautiful, tranquil countryside.