Concierge please can you help me find a good value 3 or 4 day – Small Group Multi-Day England & Wales Tour?
This is a question we are asked often and in previous years we have drawn a blank. However for the summer of 2014 we have rather good news. We have found a brand new small group (max 16) tour, that you can take luggage with you, that is great value and of an excellent standard. This one is ticking all the boxes and please find further details below
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Here is the brand new small group (max 16) tour of England & Wales we found starting in 2014:
£189 is a from price
Brand New for Summer 2014
4 Days seeing the Heart of England from Shakespeare’s Birthplace to historic cities Chester, Lincoln & Cambridge, the beauty of Snowdonia, Peak District, Conwy Castle and Chatsworth House
Ironbridge World Heritage Site
The mountains of Snowdonia
Peak District National Park
Lincoln and its Cathedral
First stop is William Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford on Avon, home to the Tudor thatched cottage and gardens of his wife, Anne Hathaway. Following lunch in Stratford you will have the opportunity to explore the stunning gorge and World Heritage site of Ironbridge on the River Severn, before staying in the beautiful medieval/Roman town of Chester for 2 nights
On day two is a day of contrasts as you first travel west into the heart of North Wales You will visit the fairy-tale medieval Castle of Conwy and discover the wild mountains of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park before returning to explore Chester’s ancient walls and cathedral.
Next we you through the rolling hills of the Peak District to the village of Castleton before visiting, Chatsworth Estate, owned by the Duke of Devonshire, and famous for its house and gardens. From here you will travel east to the wonderful city of Lincoln where you will stay the night.
Your last day starts with a free morning in Lincoln before you begin your return journey south. Visit the castle or cathedral – once the tallest building in the world! Shop at the Central Market or Steep Hill or just explore the historic city centre streets. On the way back to London you will make a stop in the University City of Cambridge
Depart from London and travel to William Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford on Avon, home to the Tudor thatched cottage and gardens of his wife, Anne Hathaway. You will have time to explore the magnificent village of Stratford and enjoy lunch, before continuing to the World Heritage site of Ironbridge
Set in a stunning forested gorge on the river Severn this historic valley boasts the world’s first ever iron bridge and a host of attractions to choose from. It was once described as the most extraordinary district in the world! From here you travel up to the historic medieval town of Chester for the next 2 nights
This morning your tour will take you into the heart of North Wales. You will visit to the picture book medieval castle of Conwy, built by Edward I in the late 13th Century. You will also explore the impressive mountain scenery of the Snowdonia National Park including the huge Dinorwic slate quarries and the dramatic Pass of Llanberis in the shadows of Snowdon – Wales’ highest peak
You will return to Chester mid-afternoon when you will have some spare time to explore the ancient walls of Chester or perhaps the stunning cathedral with a history spanning almost 2000 years and a masterpiece of medieval architecture
Immediately east of Chester lie the hills of the Peak District National Park with a mixture of stunning scenery and beautiful little villages
You will take a scenic route through the Park to the village of Castleton, then in the afternoon you can visit the famous mansion house and gardens of Chatsworth, home to the Cavendish family and the Duke of Devonshire. Chatsworth is often named the UK’s favourite country house and a visit will reveal some of the finest collections of furniture, priceless paintings, Old Master drawings and neo-classical sculptures
From here you will travel east out of the hills to the wonderful historic city of Lincoln where you will spend the night
Today starts with a leisurely morning giving you some free time to explore Lincoln city centre and its rich history that goes back to the time of the Romans. Visit the castle or cathedral – once the tallest building in the world! Shop at the Central Market or Steep Hill or just explore the historic city centre streets
After an early lunch it will be time to start the return journey south. On the way back to London you will make a stop in the famous University City of Cambridge with its ancient colleges, stunning architecture and medieval streets. See the world famous Kings College Chapel and take a stroll along the River Cam before arriving back in London around 19.00
Departs London Victoria area 9am Returns 7pm
Every Tuesday from 1st April 2014
Children 5 and over only
Please note price does not include accomodation yet
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We found this tour and thank you to them at www.bestvaluetours.co.uk