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You’ll be truly captivated by the breathtaking beauty of the Lake District amongst the magnificent array of colours.

Here you can breathe in the clear air, marvel at the scenery and soak up the atmosphere of this wonderful corner of England with its lovely fells, peaceful forests, imposing mountains and thickly wooded hills, which roll down to meet the panoramic lakes that lap gently on the shores.

Initially four Victorian terraced houses; it was turned into a hotel in 1850.

Ilfracombe and the North Devon coast is renowned for the unique character and spectacular scenic beauty.

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Travelling by Haverfordwest, along the coast road, well known locally for its “Seventeen Hills in Sixteen Miles”, through Newgale Pebble Beach to the quaint little village of Solva, and on to St.

Enjoy a half day Staying at the 4* Crown and Mitre Hotel, Carlisle offers the perfect mix of Edwardian grandeur, beautiful original features including a real log fire and elegant sweeping staircase plus all the modern comforts of home to create a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

The 72 mile route from Settle to Carlisle takes you on a journey through the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, over the 24 arches of the Ribblehead Viaduct before plunging in to the longest tunnel on the line at Blea Moor.

Davids where ample time is allowed to view the Cathedral, the largest in Wales and built on a lovely stretch of coastline. David founded a Monastic Order and built a church in the valley of the River Alun, a church that later became his Cathedral and his shrine.

Pilgrims from all over the world came to visit, also Kings like William the Conqueror, Henry II and Edward. Clears to Carmarthen, where, as well as the good shopping centre you will find a covered market with an array of stalls of all kinds. Clears, to visit Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas, the poet and see the boat house where he did most of his work, a little further along the coast to Pendine, with its 7 miles of golden sands, where both J. Parry-Thomas and Malcolm Campbell made several attempts on The World Land Speed Record.

We make a stop in Hastings Old Town, where Foyle’s War was set & shot, and a perfectly preserved old town & natural harbour.