All our 5 Day Super Breaks holidays are in this section
With its six miles of beaches, piers, infamous Blackpool Tower, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life and of course the Pleasure Beach, there are plenty of things to do for a fantastic family super break whatever the weather.
Come and visit the beautiful villages, towns and countryside of Devon from our picturesque harbour town of Ilfracombe, which is the perfect base from which to explore, discover or simply enjoy the fresh sea air.
Famous not only as a seaside resort and amazing location from which to see and explore the Snowdonia National Park, Llandudno is also home to the amazing feral goats who took the town by storm during lockdown.
A traditional seaside resort with all the exotic trappings of swaying palm trees, expensive yachts and the fantastic weather that its very own microclimate boasts, Torquay is definitely worth its place in the English Riviera!
If you're looking for a family friendly seaside resort, look no further than our beloved 'Skeggy', with its traditional seaside amusements, sandy Blue Flag accredited beach, this entertaining East Coast resort provides many classic English seaside holiday activities with its wonderful pier, crazy golf, and ice cream galore.
To us, there is no place quite like the Isle of Man! With its craggy coastline, it's easy to see the history of the area - from the harbour town of Ramsey, to where the smugglers lurked in Port Erin, not to mention the stunning views of the Calf of Man from Cregneash and those of Castletown from the vantage point of Castle Rushen.
As well as being known for the impressive scenery and extensive history- from the birthplace of Rugby Sevens to the final resting place of Robert the Bruce, Melrose is the perfect location from which to experience all that the Scottish Borders has to offer.
Considered one of the most 'quintessentially English' regions of the UK, the Cotswolds is renowned and well-loved for its stunning scenery, thatched rooves, and of course the annual cheese rolling competition
Well-known and loved for its rich history, extensive art and culture and its breath-taking rolling downs and 26 miles of coastline clifftop views, Folkestone harbour has seen a lot of action through the years.
Located in what's referred to as the English Riviera, Torquay is one of the most up and coming but traditional seaside resorts in the South of England and is also able to boast spectacular views all year round, inland or on the coast.
A fantastic mix of fun for all the family on this short break, with Blackpool's 6 miles of beaches, piers, Blackpool Tower, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life and the Pleasure Beach, you will have plenty to do.
Scarborough is England's oldest, most real Victorian seaside deal, enjoy the spectacular views of the beach by taking the funicular tram up the cliffs, or if you prefer to walk off the seafront indulgences, you can take the stairs carved into the cliff.
Never mind the donkeys, the Kiss-Me-Quick hats and the penny arcades, Scarborough is England's oldest, most real Victorian seaside deal (of course we consider stopping for an ice cream the ultimate seaside tradition).
From the beautiful base of Loch Long, we're spending a fantastic five days exploring the stunning scenery of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which boasts some of the most outstanding scenery in the world, comprising of soaring mountains, spectacular glens and all the tranquil beauty of its lochs.
There is more than enough to see and do on this fantastic five-day tour to Waterford, which includes a trip to the world-renowned Waterford Crystal factory where you'll be able to observe the phenomenal process from start to finish.
It has been said that it's grim up North, but with such stunning architecture and deep-rooted history involving Vikings, pirates, and earthquakes, we strongly disagree! York has a dark history, Lincoln is already a familiar favourite and finally Hull is home and awarded City of Culture
All aboard! You'll have free time to explore Manchester, a vibrant city with the warmest of welcomes. Join the numerous discerning shoppers that descend on the award-winning 500-year-old traditional market with a modern twist in Bury plus a trip to the East Lancashire Railway!
Come and stay with us at the beautiful Bosworth Hall. It is situated near the village of Market Bosworth, close to the Historic Battle Fields associated with the War of the Roses. The hotel itself is a Grade II listed building set in its own eleven-acre grounds. The mansion dates back to the 17th Century.
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