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Matlock is a unique village nestled in the Derbyshire countryside situated alongside the river Derwent. With attractive riverside gardens, museums, amusements and tea rooms this has been a popular tourist destination since the late 17th century when the spa waters were discovered.
A few villages away lies Bakewell , set on the banks of the river Wye in the Peak District. Surrounded by stunning countryside views this historic market town attracts visitors year after year and of course no trip would be complete without buying a Bakewell tart or two.
First opened in 1972 London’s original arts and crafts market is a vibrant collective of shops, market stalls, and food & drink. Today Camden Lock stays true to its roots and attracts both locals and visitors from all parts of the world, eager to come face-to-face with some of the capital’s most creative people.
Join us for this seaside extravaganza, as we go coast to coast soaking up all the best attractions and traditions from these three popular seaside locations.
Enjoy a more relaxed pace of life and discover stunning scenery and an array of wonderful attractions on the Channel Islands. Jersey makes for an amazing place to visit for a rejuvenating getaway, no matter the time of year.
The live TV set located within the Harewood Estate in Leeds, opens its gates as cast and crew down scripts for the weekend to allow you to enjoy an exclusive, fully guided tour of the popular, fictional village.
Experience the unique and exciting drive through a safari, featuring a variety of wild and exotic animals. The Safari Park has introduced the fastest land animal on earth to their collection. Cheetah can now be seen in the UK's largest drive-by Cheetah Reserve.
Admission does not include wristbands to the amusements. You can purchase a wristband for entrance to the amusements at an extra £10pp payable at the time of booking.
Set on the banks of the River Avon, the beautiful market town of Stratford-upon-Avon is home to many medieval wooden fronted buildings showcasing over 100 years of history and William Shakespeare.
Kensington Palace in London is a working Royal residence. Of great historical importance, Kensington Palace was the favourite residence of successive sovereigns until 1760. It was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria. Today Kensington Palace accommodates the offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family including the new edition's Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Visit Shrewsbury and walk the Higgledy-Piggledy streets of the centre, walk along the river that scoops up the town in the centre and indulge in a mix of the very old and very new.
From the moment you board the Orient Express style carriages you will begin a romantic journey back in time to the golden age of steam. Here you and your loved one are treated to a classic afternoon treat where you can indulge yourself in scones, jam and cream, a miniature cake and a tradition English tea or coffee as you sit back, relax and watch rolling green hills and pretty villages pass you by.