Coach Holidays in Scotland

With dramatic mountain, romantic castles, legendary beasts and warming Scotch whiskey all of this and more awaits you on a coach holiday in Scotland. Scotland hosts many historical castles, a whole host of fascinating and bloody history to keep you entertained and forever learning, breath-taking scenery, charming quaint villages and not forgetting the legendary Loch Ness monster. Take a trip to Edinburgh and step inside Edinburgh castle where you can admire the Scottish crown jewels, not forgetting the take in the panoramic views from the top of the castle. If you manage to time your visit well (during selected dates […]

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Coach Holidays to The Lake District

If you have been planning a coach holiday to the Lake District there is no better place to experience stunning views and bodies of water. While they are the main draws for most people there are many other attractions to go visit and enjoy during your travels. The Lake District includes 12 of the largest lakes in the country surrounded by mountains, ancient woodlands and wild fells. There are a variety of Lake District coach holidays for you to give you the chance explore this mountainous region. You can look forward to doing activities such as exploring old mines, swimming […]

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Coach Holidays in Shropshire

Shrewsbury Shrewsbury, situated on the banks of the River Seven, known as a beautiful medieval market town is a delightful place to visit whilst in Shropshire on your UK coach holiday. The town is one of the UK’s most visited heritage cities. It is steeped in history and culture alike, which creates a timeless feel thanks to its black and white timber framed buildings which line the many winding streets. Nowadays Shrewsbury has a really vibrant atmosphere and has a great mix of small independent shops and designer shops, so there is shopping for everyone regardless of your taste or […]

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Coach Holidays in Kent

There is no wonder that Kent in known as “The Garden of England.” Within its sea-lined borders you will find a fragrant beautiful landscape with gentle hills, fruit-filled orchards and desirable country estates. Kent is well-known for its local beers as it produces the world-renowned Kent hops and some of the county’s finest ales and wines from its vineyards. Not to mention Canterbury and its outstanding cathedral, many beautiful countryside villages and plenty of seaside towns. Kent really does have something to offer everyone and is an excellent choice for your coach holiday.   Dover Castle Visit the most iconic […]

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Norfolk Coach Holidays

Coach holidays to Norfolk

Whether its classic seaside charm, gentle rivers, golden beaches or beautiful wildlife Norfolk and the Broads is the perfect coach holiday choice for you. Here you can relax at the seaside on the beach or take a boat trip and begin an adventure at sea.  There are many beautiful parks and gardens for you to explore alongside the incredible wildlife that can be found amongst the broads. There is something for everyone regardless of age to enjoy here.   The Broads Norfolk itself is possibly most famous for the gorgeous man-made broads which are a National Park with well over […]

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Coach Holidays in Northumberland

If you haven’t been on a coach holiday to Northumberland yet you really don’t know what you are missing. Northumberland is England’s most northern county and is beautiful, we are sure you’ll fall in love with the area. It boasts some of the most diverse and dramatic natural scenery in the UK comprising of imposing castles, stunning wildlife, quaint market towns and some gorgeous unspoilt beaches. There really is so much to see and do for everyone here regardless of the choice of holiday you are looking for. Northumberland is a truly special place to visit on a UK coach […]

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Coach Holidays in the Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales are an area of great natural beauty and a truly wonderful place to visit on a coach holiday. In 1954 this area was designated as a national park due to its beautiful rolling countryside, cultural heritage and amazing wildlife. The Dales consists of over twenty main dales, which vary in character and atmosphere.  This breath-taking scenery is why people used to return here every year for their holiday. During your break in the Dales you can visit many of the little towns and villages which offer an array of character and charm. The Yorkshire Dales is a […]

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