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We are in hibernation for a while - BT - we will be back - bigger and better!

We have minimized our costs - so we can run in 'sleep' mode for a very looong time, we will be here for all those that need us! Just please be patient as we have all taken any extra work that we can find - some are digging ditches / some are delivering pizzas - doing whatever we need so that we can get back to what we do best.
If you need us - please email or leave us a message if we are not available - we cannoyt afford to be working full time - but we are here and without the expensive high street offices and heavy pay packets we can survive   and beat COVID 19!


For now take care and stay safe...

Do NOT let Covid-19 WIN!




But don't take our word for it - visit a few travel agents and you will see for yourself  -  a different name, different shop front and different display but same offers and products - so how do you get a deal from that? When all you are being offered is the same product in different wrapping paper?

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24 Day Britain and Ireland 2021

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This epic adventure illuminates the hidden corners of the British Isles. Along the way, encounter the full arc of Celtic heritage, cultures, legends and traditions.

  • Orkney Isles: Your Local Expert leads you on a fascinating excursion of discovery on the very fringes of Britain. Strewn across the windswept Orkneys are relics that span human history, from pagan stone circles to reminders of wartime tragedy                                    
  • Londonderry: What better way to experience sightseeing than with one of Northern Ireland's best storytellers, Ronan, as he walks with you inside the city walls?                              
  • Kilkenny: Kilkenny has the greatest amount of All Ireland titles of its national sport of hurling. Meet a player to gain an exciting insight into this unique Irish cultural experience, as you test your skill during a lesson.
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  • Edinburgh: A hush descends and eyes turn to the castle. The skirl of the pipes rises and drums crack the night air as a tide of tunics and tartan flood from the drawbridge. For a limited time in August, witness the incredible spectacle of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.                                    
  • Oxford: See the dreaming spires and colleges of this world-famous university town.                            
  • Stratford-upon-Avon: Venture inside the timber-framed building where the Bard of Avon, William Shakespeare, was born and grew up.                         
  • York: Your Travel Director will show you the York Minster, the city walls and the medieval Shambles during you orientation of the city.                       
  • Grasmere: Learn about the life of the poet William Wordsworth and visit his grave.                      
  • Edinburgh: Your Local Expert reveals why this is Scotland's City of Culture. Travel along Princes Street and see the monument to Sir Walter Scott, before walking through the New Town.                         
  • Edinburgh: Led by your Local Expert, walk with a inside the walls of the Castle to view the Scottish Crown Jewels, Stone of Destiny and Mons Meg.                          
  • Gretna Green: Visit the spot where once runaway lovers were married.                         
  • St. Andrews: Visit the university town where the famous beach scene from 'Chariots of Fire' was filmed and see the golf course where the sport was created.                          
  • Pitlochry: Visit this town, famous for its salmon leap.                         
  • Highlands: At the exciting Culloden Visitor Centre, discover why the Battle of Culloden lasted only an hour, yet changed the Highland way of life forever.                         
  • Inverness: See the River Ness and Inverness Castle.                            
  • Loch Ness: Soak up the scenery and hear intriguing tales of Nessie during a private scenic cruise.                  
  • Wick: See the world's shortest street, Ebenezer Place.                      
  • John O'Groats: Visit Britain’s most northerly, yet tiny, mainland village.                             
  • Glasgow: During your orientation with your Travel Director, drive past the civic buildings and St. Mungo’s Cathedral.                           
  • Eilean Donan: Stop for a photo of this gorgeous castle.                             
  • Fort William: Enjoy an excellent view of Ben Nevis from the World War II Commando Memorial                    
  • Cairnryan: Board your ferry to cross the Irish Sea.                       
  • Giant's Causeway: The towering hexagonal basalt columns are a geographical wonder to behold                   
  • Belleek: Enjoy a guided tour of the porcelain production process and meet some of the specialist craftspeople.                            
  • Drumcliffe: Visit the final resting place of Irish poet William Butler Yeats.                               
  • Sligo Bay: Explore this scenic town during an orientation with your Travel Director.                            
  • Galway: An orientation with your Travel Director will show you the Lynch Memorial, Church of St. Nicholas, Spanish Arch and Eyre Square.                          
  • Limerick: See King John’s Castle, St. Mary’s Cathedral and the treaty stone.                            
  • Adare: Experience a village walk through the main street lined with thatched cottages.                               
  • Killarney: Get your bearings during an orientation.                                
  • Ring of Kerry: Venture into a world of towering cliffs, lush lakelands and remote villages, as you travel the Ring of Kerry.                             
  • Blarney: Visit the castle and climb the battlements for a chance to kiss the Blarney Stone and gain the gift of eloquence.                               
  • Cork: Your Travel Director will show you the Grand Parade and South Mall, along with City Hall and the Opera House.                               
  • Dublin: A Local Expert will show you Dublin's elegant Georgian squares, O'Connell Street and the Custom House.                         
  • Dublin Port: Board the ferry to return to mainland Britain.                               
  • Conwy: See the castle upon the river.                              
  • Chester: During you orientation with your Travel Director see the Jubilee Clock, the cathedral, city walls and famous black and white Rows.                           
  • Ludlow: Explore the narrow streets and lanes in front of the castle. Admire the medieval timber-framed buildings and Georgian mansions.                            
  • Cardiff: During an orientation with your Travel Director, see the castle and Principality Stadium.
  • Bath: The City of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built atop of Britain's only natural mineral springs. Visit the Roman Baths and Pump Room, built by the Romans over 2,000-years-ago as a place to wash and socialise.                        
  • Bath: During an orientation you will see the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey                        
  • Glastonbury: Explore the town rumored to be the resting place of legendary King Arthur and the Holy Grail, and location of one of the world's largest music festivals.                                    
  • Plymouth: During your orientation tour with your Travel Director, explore the harbour where the famous Mayflower set sail 400 years ago and commemorate the anniversary. See Plymouth Hoe, the citadel and continue to the Barbican and Mayflower Steps, the site said to be the departure point of the ship. Then head out to explore a quaint Cornish fishing village.                                  
  • Stonehenge: Visit the mysterious circle of upright stones, which stand as strong today as they did 3,500 years ago.                               
  • Scenic Drives: Travel through the Chiltern Hills, Cotswolds, Yorkshire Dales, Pennines, English Lake District, Grampian Mountains, Spey Valley, Scottish Highlands, Ullapool, Loch Carron, Glen Carron, Isle of Skye, Valley of Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Antrim Coast, Sligo Bay, Connemara, Derrynasaggart Mountains, Severn Bridge, Cornish Countryside and Salisbury Plain.

If you want more information - you will need to call us on 1 300 55 73 88