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Our first stop of the day is Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. Located at the head of the beautiful Evenlode valley, Moreton is a thriving market town dating back 1000 years to the Saxon era & today it is market day.more info
Camden is a colourful area with a variety of markets, shops, restaurants and bars.
The original Camden Lock Market is still here and nearby you will also find Camden Stables Market, Camden (Buck St) Market, Camden Lock Village an...more info
We follow the scenic route via the Exe estuary and make our first stop in the quiet seaside resort of Dawlish, famous for its miniature garden in the town centre where ducks float on the river. There is ...more info
For only two months of the year, the 19 State Rooms used by the Queen and her family are open to the public. Take this opportunity to visit these lavishly furnished rooms with some of the finest treasures from the Royal Collection. Also ...more info
Gunwharf QuayShop at over 95 designer outlets and eat at one of the 30 cosmopolitan bars and restaurants all landscaped in a historic setting. You're also only a short walk from the Historic Dockyard with a va...more info
You will be visiting Stow Maries Aerodrome in Purleigh, near Maldon, in Essex where you will havea delicious afternoon tea and wonderful live entertainment. Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome was established in September 1916 as a bas...more info
A world class resort with award winning beaches, exquisite parks and gardens as well as a vast range of shops from fascinating boutiques to large department stores.
Enjoy a day in Eastbourne with its fabulous beeches, excellent sunshine record and shopping. If you wish you can catch a local bus to explore Beachy Head.
Following a quick lunch stop (not included in price) in Weston Super Mare we travel to Bishops Lydeard where the West Somerset Railway will be welcoming the iconic Flying Scotsman locomotive this September.
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