Supported Group Holidays 2024

Gorgeous accommodation in some of the most stunning holiday destinations around the UK.

Are you a nature-lover or a history buff? A walker or a seafarer at heart? From the wide open beaches of Norfolk to the lofty peaks of the Lake District, the rugged heather fields of the Kingdom of Fife to the charming villages of the Isle of Wight, there really is something for everyone.

Our group holidays run Monday to Friday. Let us take care of the details, giving you the break you truly deserve.

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Choose a holiday from the list below to find out more information about the destination, accommodation details, and dates. From there, you can reserve your room.

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Isle of Wight coastline
Harbour in Cornwall


Close to the rugged heart of Cornwall, Bodmin and its surroundings offer something for everyone. From quaint fishing villages to stunning gardens, and wide open beaches to wild moorland — here you’ll find a wealth of history, beauty, and adventure to relax and revel in.

Lake view

Lake Derwentwater

Lake Derwentwater 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 so much to offer. If you love sailing or just being by the water, this is the trip for you!

Sunset at the beach


Tucked away in the glorious Devon countryside, this holiday offers everything that the idyllic rural retreat should. You’ll be staying near to the Devonshire coast, surrounded by blissfully peaceful country vistas and just a short drive away from tranquil Colyton town.

Houses at the coast

The Kingdom of Fife

This famed Scottish county is bordered by miles of coastline and plays host to bonny St. Andrews, a seaside town known for its snug coffee shop haunts and pretty historical architecture. The countryside in this part of the world is rugged, evocative, and beautiful. Nearby Cupar is one of Scotland’s oldest royal burghs; quaint but lively, it sits alongside the River Eden and is filled with perfect photo opportunities.

Horse and Cart ride

Isle of Wight

Situated just off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight is the UK’s paradise island. This exquisite isle was recently crowned a UNESCO Biosphere and offers a stunning array of contrasting landscapes to see, as well as the village of Godshill, renowned for its pretty thatched cottages and idyllic tea gardens.



Sitting on the famous Norfolk coastline with its big skies, sprawling countryside, and wild beaches, Fakenham and North Norfolk are some of the most unblemished parts of the UK. Here you can enjoy plenty of charming villages and excellent eateries, as well as delightful walks on wide sandy beaches and through shady pine forests, making for some superb bird-watching opportunities.

Whitby Abbey

North Yorkshire

Town End Farm is located deep in the North York Moors National Park, an area of the UK rich with history and nature. Here you’ll find beauty, peace, and the famous warm Yorkshire welcome. The area boasts moorland walks, stunning coastline, picturesque villages, and historic sites.

The Peak District

Nestled in the heart of the Peak District, Sladen Lodge is the perfect self-catered hideaway for those looking to gather, explore, and unwind.



Nestled into a glorious countryside corner of Somerset, Chard is a traditional market town full of pretty architecture and historic buildings. Fill your lungs with rich sea air on a visit to the nearby Jurassic Coast, and discover the secrets of the local wildlife in the magical landscape of the Somerset Wetlands.

Windemere Marina Village – boats


Located in the scenic county of Cumbria in England’s northwest, Lake Windermere and its surrounding area is arguably one of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of the Lake District! Windermere is England’s largest natural lake, stretching 10 miles across the South Lakes and surrounded by stunning views and rugged fells.


Wye Valley

This area has exceptional history, with castles overlooking the River Wye as it wends its way through beautiful, tranquil countryside. Your holiday home is located next to serene Llangarron, a small rural village that’s home to multiple Grade II listed buildings. Characterful market town Ross-on-Wye sits only a few miles away on the edge of the Forest of Dean.

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