Codebreakers, A Manor & Jenny Wren!
New for 2021
A lovely New Tour for Summer 2021 as we enjoy a visit to the once top-secret home of the World War II Codebreakers – Bletchley Park; explore Waddesdon Manor, built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1870’s and relax with a Camden Lock Cruise aboard the Jenny Wren.
* Admission to Bletchley Park
* St. Albans
* Admission to Waddesdon Manor & Gardens
* Explore Thame
* 90-Minute Camden Lock Cruise
* Free Time in London
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
The Bull Hotel, Gerrard’s Cross ~ 4 star
Overlooking the picturesque village common in Gerrard’s Cross, to the west of London, the 4-star rated Bull Hotel was built as a coaching inn in 1688 on the old London to Oxford road. Today the Bull maintains a charming period atmosphere and is a hotel where you can expect a warm and friendly welcome. The hotel’s beautiful gardens provide a place to relax and quietly unwind after your day out. Two bars, the traditional village bar or the quieter cocktail bar. All bedrooms are well appointed and feature en-suite bathroom, satellite television and in-room movies, radio, telephone, hairdryer and hospitality tray. Lift.
Friday: Following breakfast we enjoy a leisurely journey heading towards Milton Keynes where we make a stop at Bletchley Park, for our included visit. Once the top-secret home of the World War II Codebreakers and now a vibrant heritage attraction. Find out about the Bletchley Park People, The Path of a Message, the impact Bletchley had on World War Two and so much more. Following this visit we enjoy some free time in the cathedral city of St. Albans before returning to the hotel.
Saturday: This morning we enjoy the scenic drive across the Chiltern Hills to the beautiful Waddesdon Manor for our included visit. The Grade I listed house was built in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French château between 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild as a weekend residence for grand entertaining. Explore the beautiful house & stunning gardens. Following this visit we head to the historic market town of Thame, in the heart of Oxfordshire and one of the most frequently used filming locations for the popular TV series ‘Midsomer Murders’.
Sunday: After our breakfast, this morning we head to Camden in time to join our canal boat, Jenny Wren, for our included 90-Minute cruise. Sit back & relax while we travel up the famous Camden Lock, before sailing through Regents Park to Little Venice and returning to Camden. Following our cruise, we re-join our coach, which transports us into Central London, where we spend the rest of the day at leisure.Back to top