• Discovering the Culture of the Isle of Skye
    The Isle of Skye has long been a favourite destination for walking holidays due to its dramatic landscapes. From its sheer cliff coastal walks to the Cuillan mountains, there is an adventure waiting for every experience level. For those planning on exploring the island, you’ll also discover a rich culture that will delight and often surprise.

  • At Home With The Bard: A Shakespeare Themed Holiday
    What to do on your next holiday, that is the question? Whether you are a Brit planning your next staycation or a traveller from a far flung shore who wants to delve deeper into our literary heritage, there is no better destination than Stratford-upon-Avon.

  • Pilgrimage Routes: Who Was Thomas Becket?
    Despite holding the title way back in the 12th Century, Thomas Becket is probably the most famous Archbishop of Canterbury to date. But who is this man, now recognised as a saint, and why do pilgrims still flock to Canterbury Cathedral to pay homage to him?

  • A Walk in Northern Ireland
    Northern Ireland – that part of the island of Ireland that is part of the United Kingdom and which is composed of six of the nine counties of the historic province of Ulster – is small but very beautiful. I spent a few days in one small part - the County Antrim coastline – yet found as much there as one might find anywhere.

  • New Tours for 2014
    For our first blog of 2014, I thought I would talk a little about some of the new tours that we will be offering this year.

  • Brittany - A French Cornish Cousin
    Brittany, in northwest France, is a region quite distinct from the rest of France and yet remarkably similar (in some ways) to the southwest of England and Cornwall in particular.

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