We take private group bookings.
Let us know where and when you want to go, and we will send you a quote.
We can arrange accommodation, full travel and guiding.
Below are a few trip ideas for the most popular places.
Well-behaved people are welcome to bring their dogs, but please ask us first.
Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and the Jurassic Coast
Durdle Door is probably the most famous stone arch anywhere in the world. It was created when the sea pierced through the Portland limestone around 10,000 years ago. Looking west over the beach, isolated stacks out at sea show where an older coastline once lay. This part of the coast is formed from merged bays and shows how Lulworth Cove and Stair Hole may look in several thousand years' time.
Rolling hills, the drama of Cheddar gorge, and a relaxing adventure in cider country.
Carved into the Mendip Hills of Somerset lies one of the most famous natural landscape features in Britain, an ideal site for a sociable day or weekend away.
Cheddar Gorge is spectacular, gouged into the hills and surrounded by rolling pasture and woodland. Views from the top reach out over the expanse of the Somerset Levels and away to the Severn Estuary.
The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England. A popular holiday destination, it is famous for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells), and its associations with William Wordsworth and other Lake Poets and also with Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin. The Lake District National Park was established in 1951 and covers an area of 2,362 square kilometres. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017
Snowdon Mountain - Wales
Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa in Welsh) is the highest mountain in Wales and England standing at 1,085 metres (3,560 feet).
It's one of Wales' most famous and recognisable landmarks and is well worth a visit. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged peaks and can offer views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire, and Ireland.
Gower or the Gower Peninsula in southwest Wales, projects towards the Bristol Channel. It is the most westerly part of the historic county of Glamorgan. In 1956, the majority of Gower became the first area in the United Kingdom to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Peak District - Day and Weekend trips
The Peak District was the first national park in the United Kingdom to receive recognition in 1951.
The park itself spans an area of 555 square miles and is located within the boundaries of five counties. These include Derbyshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.
The park receives more than 10 million visitors each year, making it one of the most popular national parks in the whole of the UK.
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The White Cliffs of Dover and Seven Sisters
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