Once aboard one of our luxury coaches, you can relax and enjoy one of our fantastic days out.
Trago Newton Abbot is located in 110 acres, amidst the lovely south Devon countryside, with views over towards Dartmoor. A stone’s throw from the A38 between Exeter and Plymouth it is perfectly located for customers to take advantage of its unique discount shopping and leisure facilities. Consisting of over 250,000 square feet of retail space, it offers over 180,000 products, across 38 departments at unbeatable everyday lowest prices!
For over 100 years, Arundel Cathedral has celebrated the feast of Corpus Christi with a festival of flowers, which includes a magnificent 90 foot carpet of flowers completey filling the cathedrals central aisle. In the quaint streets of Arundel you will find cafes, resturants, craft & antique shops. © Flickr–markbridge
Windsor is a beautiful historic town next to the River Thames. There are lots of shops, tours to take and history to be explored. Why not visit Windsor Castle, Her Majesty the Queens official residence and favourite weekend home?
Cardiff has plenty on offer – you may wish to visit the many museums or the magnificent Cardiff Castle (entrance not included), or if shopping is more your thing you will find an array of shops including designer labels and favourite mainstream retailers.
This stylish resort has elegant Victorian villas, a palm-fringed promenade and a lively harbour. You might wish to visit the penguins at Torquay's Living Coasts coastal zoo, take a stroll along Agatha Christies Mile or just enjoy the selection of shops, restaurants and bars whilst you are here.
During a visit to Greenwich you may wish to visit the Royal Museums, consisting of 4 sites; the Royal Observatory, the Queen’s House, the National Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark. Alternatively, you may prefer to take in your surroundings with a relaxing cruise along the River Thames.
This rare and atmospheric 17th-century house sits on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond. It is the creation of the tenacious Duchess of Lauderdale and her husband, the Duke, who together transformed Ham into one of the grandest Stuart houses in England. © National Trust Images/John Millar