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Harrogate Flower Show is highly regarded as one of the UK’s biggest and most prestigious independent events on the gardening world’s calendar. Featuring a wide range of gardens from border plots to large scale features, talented designers and landscapers from across the UK will be gathering to showcase their work, offering visitors lots of ideas and inspiration for creating the perfect outdoor space.
Knowsley Safari has the longest safari drive in the UK and features over 700 wild animals across 550 acres of Safari.
Safari drive on arrival can take between 1 - 1.5 hours, visitors can then explore the other attractions such as the Elephant platforms, the Giraffe towers and Meerkat pen which means you can get really up close and personal with the animals. The sea lion display is a big favourite with all ages and the Bug House, European Moose Trail and Birds of Prey display
Whether you’re visiting London for the first time, or for a special occasion you’ll want to experience this quintessentially delightful weekend of luxury. Staying at the world-renowned 5 star Waldorf Hotel, enjoy free time to discover London and perhaps treat yourself to our optional Afternoon Tea.
Step into the “Garden of England” as we travel to Kent, home to Victorian architecture and classic Edwardian resorts.
On this break we have included entrances to Dover Castle and Pashley Manor – where you can enjoy the delights of spring at the splendid Tulip Festival, as well as a tour and tasting at the award-winning Chapel Down Vineyard.
Whether classic seaside charm, beautiful wildlife or golden beaches are your thing, you’ll find them all on this break to Norfolk’s Seaside Villages. With leisurely excursions to Wells-next-to-Sea, Hunstanton, Cromer and Sheringham.
Visit Ludlow, the thriving medieval market town and which is an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. The historic town centre is situated on a cliff above the River Teme and is surrounded by the beautiful countryside.
Woburn Abbey first opened to the public in 1955 and has welcomed visitors from all over the globe. There are 22 rooms that you can experience, which house one of the most significant private art collections in the world. As you explore the many individual rooms of Woburn Abbey, you will also discover 18th-century French and English furniture, magnificent silver and gold collections, in the underground vaults, and a marvellous range of porcelain and many privately collected items treasured by generations of the Russell family. These captivating rooms and fascinating antiques show a personal side to a public family that has been instrumental in many significant periods of English history.
When the 6th Duke inherited Woburn he commissioned Humphry Repton (1752 - 1818), the famous landscape gardener, to produce designs for improving the gardens and park. Many of the features you will find in the Garden today are based on Repton designs, although others are attributed to Henry Holland and Sir Jeffry Wyattville, and some are new designs created by the current team of gardeners. The gardens are continuously changing and developing.
Each year Llandudno plays host to all things 19th century at the much-loved Victorian Extravaganza! Marvel at the Victorian costumed characters, old time fair rides, steam engines and witness the biggest highlight, the daily street parades which take place at midday!
This Spring, visit Holland in glorious bloom on our Dutch Bulbfields break! Known as the ‘Greatest Flower Show on Earth’, on this great-value break we include excursions to the unmissable Keukenhof Gardens and enjoy free time in Amsterdam.
Join us on this weekend full of discovery as we combine Oxford, the ‘city of dreaming spires’ with Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.