At 9 miles by 5 miles, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France. An independent, English-speaking territory with a mix of British and French cultures, it's known for its beaches, walking trails along cliffs and inland valleys, as well as its defensive castles.
journey takes you on a captivating journey through 2,000 years of British history, myth and legend. From Roman times to the Second World War, encompassing the Viking and Norman invasions, medieval feasts, the splendour of the Tudors, the Industrial Revolution and the Roaring Twenties, Kynren takes you on an action-packed voyage.
Situated at the head of the Vale of Conwy overlooking Conwy Bay, Llandudno has all the elements of a quntessential seaside resort. The wide promendae of Llandudno Bay is lined with miles of sandy beaches and the Victorian pier is the longest in Wales.
Always a popular city break destination, noted for its largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the Capital this city offers something for everyone! 2018 sees an extra special attraction visiting the city taking place. The exhibition will be the first time in more than 10 years that these spectacular warriors from the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shi Huangdi, have been brought to the UK.Duration: 3 Days
Always a top destination, Torquay, often referred to the 'Queen of the English Riviera' is our base for our Summer tour that explores both South and East Devon, including heritage steam train journeys and visits exploring the very best this region has to offer.
Sheltered in a bay at the foot of the Mendip Hills, Somerset’s best known holiday resort welcomes visitors to enjoy its traditional seaside favourites including a great list of attractions, miles of golden beaches, colourful parks, gardens and Grand Pier.
Sunderland will play its part as a host to the Tall Ships in 2018, as it welcomes an international fleet of Tall Ships to the city. Visitors usually get the opportunity to step aboard these beautiful ships, whilst the crew prepares to compete in the Tall Ships Race. The camaraderie and friendly competitive atmosphere is all part of the experience before they embark on their onwards voyage towards Demark.
An experience not to be missed, the spectacle and music of the annual Royal Military Tattoo is sure to be another sell-out departure, so early booking is recommended. Each year's Tattoo is very much a 'global gathering' - showcasing the talents of musicians and performers from every corner of the globe, featuring Massed Pipes, Drums, Bands of HM Royal Marines and of course the crowd-pleasing Lone Piper against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
Not only will you explore attractive towns, fine gardens, imposing castles, glorious coastline but also taste some award winning British wines, take a trip back on a vintage steam train plus explore “the loveliest castle in the world” all in the area affectionally known as “The Garden of England”