This bonny Great Britain and Ireland tour will take you on a whirlwind of sightseeing, history and culture as you hit the highlights of England, Scotland and Ireland. Practice your Liverpudlian accent because you’re going to the birthplace of rock and roll’s original Fab Four – The Beatles! Wonder at the beauty of the Lake District, stroll Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, and then grab some binoculars to search for the mysterious Loch Ness Monster. Add to that drinking Guinness, kissing the Blarney Stone and visiting castles and cathedrals in Ireland and you’ve got an all-encompassing awesome experience!

16 Days and 15 Nights,

Britain is packed with historic monuments, royal palaces and some of the world’s top museums. Visit the house where Shakespeare was born, climb cathedral spires or uncover the Tower of London’s dark history

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Stonehenge is a prehistoric stone circle and is believed to have been constructed around 3100BC. No one knows exactly what purpose it served, but it is thought to have been a centre of pagan worship. The site is managed by English Heritage. The stone circle cannot be accessed during normal opening hours, although they occasionally hold visits in the early morning and late evening.

Tower Bridge island

Tower Bridge is one of London's most recognisable landmarks and also one of the most famous bridges in the world. Spanning the Thames, just next to the Tower of London, it was built in 1894 after 50 architects and designers entered a competition to design a new bridge for London. Visitors can view London from the high-level walkways and access the Victorian Engine Rooms. You can also access the bridge lift schedule which shows times and dates when the bridge will rise for large vessels.

Chatsworth House

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The UK is dotted with a huge amount of exceptional country houses and castles, but one of the most beautiful is Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, home of the Duke & Duchess of Devonshire since 1549. As well as housing one of Europe's finest private art collections, the stately home also has a magical 101 acre garden, a farmyard and adventure playground. It's free to visit the surrounding grounds. The 2005 movie version of Pride and Prejudice was filmed at Chatsworth, as was The Duchess. It is believed that Jane Austen based Pemberley on this stunning estate.



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  • Bed Type: One King plus one sofabed
  • Children Policy: Children two and under are permitted within maximum occupancy at no additional cost using existing bedding. Up to two children three to 12 are permitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per child, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).
  • Additional Adult Policy: Up to two adults 13 and over are prmitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per adult, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).Roll-away beds are based on availability and cannot be guaranteed; they can be requested for $5 per bed, per night.
  • Additional Person: and bedding fees will be collected by the property. For additional person and bedding requests, please highlight in the Special Instructions field after purchase.
  • Handicap-Accessible: No, the resort is not accesible by wheel chair.
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  • Day 1: London / Liverpool
    Get together with your group and head off on a London city tour before travelling north to Liverpool, the home of The Beatles. Tonight, get to know your new-found travel friends over dinner.
  • Day 2-3: Liverpool / York / Lake district National park
    Make your way through the charming Peak District to York. Take a guided walk around the city walls and visit the impressive York Minster. On Day 3, you’re headed for Cumbria’s gorgeous Lake District. There are plenty of optional activities to choose from; go hiking or kayaking, or cruise Lake Windermere.
  • Day 4-5: Lake district National park / Edinburgh
    See Hadrian’s Wall and stop at Gretna Green en route to Edinburgh. Familiarise yourself with sights such as Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace and the Royal Mile. Spend Day 5 exploring the city, perhaps visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, and head out on the town to enjoy some fun entertainment.
  • Day 6:Edinburgh / Scottish highlands / Loch Ness
    Stop by St. Andrews, Scotland’s oldest university town (where Prince William met Kate Middleton!), and then roll on through the Scottish Highlands packed with wild mountain scenery and the tales of old clans. (B, D)
  • Day 7: Scottish highlands / isle of Skye / West highlands
    Enjoy a cruise on Loch Ness and hunt for the elusive monster! Continue on past the famous 13th Century Eilean Donan Castle. Head over to the stunning Isle of Skye and visit the seaside town of Portree, known for its brightly-coloured houses and charming fishing port. Later, pass Ben Nevis and continue through the remote West Highlands.
  • Day 8-9: West highlands / Glasgow / Dublin
    See Stirling Castle and the William Wallace Monument en route to Glasgow. Famous for its friendly locals, head out to a local pub for a lively night out. The next day, ferry across to Ireland and head to Dublin. This bustling town has a whole lot of heart so get out and mingle with the locals at Temple Bar.
  • Day 10: Dublin / Belfast / Derry (Londonderry)
    First up, head to Belfast where a local guide will tell you the story behind the city’s troubled history. (B)
  • Day 11-12: Derry (Londonderry) / Galway
    This morning, learn about Derry’s epic battles of the past with a local guide and visit the colorful murals at the People’s Gallery. It’s then south to lively Galway to experience some traditional Irish music and share the ‘craic’ with the locals. On Day 12, why not jump on a ferry to the Gaelic-speaking Aran Islands full of rugged cliffs, wild flowers and pounding seas? It’s like stepping back in time to an Ireland long forgotten.
  • Day 13: Galway / Blarney / Cork
    Admire spectacular coastal scenery at the vertical Cliffs of Moher, then head to the medieval Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the famous stone before arriving into Cork, with its island setting on the River Lee.
  • Day 14: Cork / Cobh / kilkenny
    Discover the Heritage Centre in the colourful harbour town of Cobh, the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic, which also tells the tragic story of Irish emigration. See the historic Rock of Cashel complex en route to Kilkenny, where you’ll visit the Castle and St Canice’s Cathedral.
  • Day 115-16: kilkenny / Dublin / London
    Return to Dublin where you can admire the Georgian townhouses lining St. Stephen’s Green, witnesses the remarkable Book of Kells in Trinity College, and enjoy the easy-going local hospitality. On Day 16, ferry across the Irish Sea to Wales and travel back to London where the tour ends upon arrival.
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