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Special interest tours

London theatre tour

London's historic Theatreland, also known as the West End, is home to over 40 theatres showing the world's best smash-hit shows, plays and glitzy musicals, where you can see everything from The Mousetrap to The Lion King. Enjoy the sights and sounds of London at your leisure and round off your days with the best musicals in town. Take a trip behind the curtain and see how your favourite shows are brought to life...

Royal Albert Hall, London


Great gardens of England tour 

Kent is known as the Garden of England with its imposing cathedrals, storybook castles and stunning gardens. Relax in two luxury manor house hotels and soak in the atmosphere of beautiful English countryside. Enjoy chauffeur-driven tours of award - winning gardens such as Sissinghurst, Great Dixter and RHS Wisley and fall in love with some smaller private gardens. Explore Kent's beautiful castles and admire its stunning cathedrals. 

Sissinghurst Gardens, Kent

English Wine tour

Kent, known as the Garden of England, is world renowned for its rural beauty, famous gardens, rich heritage and spectacular coastline – and now its world class wine! Thanks to its rich chalk soil and benign climate, Kent is bursting with award-winning vineyards and cideries to satisfy thirsty oenophiles. Even renowned Champagne producers Taittinger have bought land here to grow their very own English sparkling wine. Combine it with the finest restaurants and mouth-watering local produce, luxury accommodations and spectacular scenery – and you have the perfect English vacation.

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Vineyard, Kent

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Exclusive Whisky tour of Scotland

Whisky is the closest thing to Scotland in a glass. It has been produced here longer than anyone can remember and to this day it remains the country’s most famous export. Join us on this exclusive whisky tour and enjoy a wee dram of this world-famous elixir in its homeland. Go behind-the-scenes, sample the finest malts and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and unmistakable aromas of a traditional Scottish distillery. By the end of this tour, you will surely gain a new-found appreciation for the craftsmanship, energy and patience that goes into every drop of this fragrant amber-hued spirit.

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Ultimate Scottish Mancation

It’s time to separate the men from the boys.  Pack your bags, kiss your loved ones goodbye and head off on a testosterone fuelled adventure to the East Coast of Scotland for the ultimate buddy retreat.   We’ve got golf, lots of golf (it is the Game of Kings after all), clay pigeon shooting, off-roading and whisky tasting (though not at the same time).  You can relive boyhood Open Championship & Ryder Cup fantasy in a selection of the best Scotland has to offer.

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Outlander Film locations tour

If you have found yourself caught in the mystical and spell-binding Outlander saga and wish to be swept away to Claire and Jamie's world, come and experience the land that inspired the writer Diana Gabaldon and the TV series producers. From ancient and mysterious standing stones to dramatic castles, magnificent stately homes and breathtaking landscapes, visit Scotland and embark on an inspiring journey.

Doune Castle, Scotland

Mary Queen of Scots tour

To describe the short life of Mary as ‘dramatic’ is an understatement. She became a queen at 6 days old and had been moved around Scotland for her safety; by 18 she had been married and widowed; led her troops to put down two rebellions and witnessed the violent murder of her close confidant. At just 25, she was imprisoned, forced to abdicate and driven to exile.

 The greatest ever tale of royal tragedy, rebellion and conspiracies lives on and we invite you to follow in Mary’s footsteps and visit the places in Scotland where some of the most dramatic events took place.

Beautiful View Of The City Of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh, Scotland

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Doonbeg Golf Course, Ireland

Golf and Irish whiskey - A match made in heaven!

Ireland hosts some of the finest golf courses in the world; from noted links to hidden gems. It is quite simply a golfer’s paradise – a quarter of all the world’s links courses are located here. Not far from these championship courses, you will find many new distilleries, along with the most spectacular driving routes – the Wild Atlantic Way.

Discover some of Ireland’s best golf courses and raise a glass to its most iconic drink, as well as admire the lush landscapes, buzzing cities and warm welcome that comes as standard on any trip to Ireland. 

Perfect for true golf lovers, it will be a trip to remember, packed with tee times and distillery tours. 

Knitting tour of Ireland (small groups)

Knitting has been part of Irish life since it was introduced in the 1600s. Knitting schools were established throughout the country and knitting became an industry and a source of income for many households in the 18th century. Knitting is one of the world’s greatest stress relievers and a personal and creative way to make a gift. Aran sweaters, with their detailed patterns, are a symbol of Irishness around the world and continue to inspire contemporary fabric designs.


Come and meet local craftspeople, visit Ireland’s most loved spots, learn from the best Irish knitters and get your needles clacking!

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Knitting Tour of Scotland (small groups)

Scotland has had a long-held tradition with hand knitting, wool production, traditional knitting patterns and wool mills. Quality cashmere and Scotland still go hand in hand. The countryside is covered in small Black face sheep wandering the highlands with thick curly fleece on their backs.

Come and explore magical landscape of Scotland with us! Delve into the history of the people, culture and fiber arts. Admire unparalleled scenery, meet local designers and craftsmen, learn new knitting techniques and appreciate all things wooly.

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The Crown Set-Jetting

The no-expense-spared Netflix series The Crown has reached millions of viewers worldwide already, an audience that continues to grow. The series tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II’s epic reign, with each 10-episode season covering a decade of Her Majesty’s life. Beginning in 1947 during Season 1 and now through 1990 in Season 4, with two more seasons scheduled to release, expect plenty of high-society drama surrounding Princess Elizabeth’s accession to the throne (at just 25 years of age) during the depths of turbulent post-war Britain and its effects on the lives of the Royal Family.

If you are a fan of the Crown, come and discover Royal Britain with us! Relive the finest moments of Netflix’s most regal show taking in both filming locations and classic royal hotspots.

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Burghley House, England

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