BBC Good Food Magazine

Historic UK breaks Tours and experience­s

Sit back and take in the scenery before stepping out to explore your next destinatio­n

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York, Historic Homes & North Yorkshire Railway Departs September–october 2021, and May–september 2022

5 days from £649pp**

What better way to explore the history of a destinatio­n than to delve into the lives of the people who once lived there? This brand-new tour will take you on a journey through time, as we combine visits to some of Yorkshire’s great historic homes, with a spectacula­r steam train journey.

Your holiday includes

● Four nights half-board accommodat­ion at the four-star Parsonage Hotel & Spa

● A drink with each evening meal

● Coach transfers for our excursions

● Services of our experience­d Tour Manager

● A scenic journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

● Introducto­ry guided tour of York

● Free time to explore York, Goathland & Whitby

● Entrance to Treasurer’s House & Nunnington Hall

● Visits to both Helmsley Castle & Castle Howard

Historic Homes of Kent

& Heritage Railways

Departs July–september 2021 and May–september 2022 5 days from £695pp**

Delve into the history of Kent on this five-day rail holiday, and visit some of the county’s most famous historic homes, including Chartwell, once home to Sir Winston Churchill, and Penshurst Place, previous home of King Henry VIII. You will also journey on Heritage railways, Kent & East Sussex Railway and the Bluebell Railway.

Your holiday includes

● Four nights half-board accommodat­ion at the Deans Place Country Hotel & Restaurant

● A drink with each evening meal

● Coach transfers for our excursions

● Services of our experience­d Tour Manager

Tours and experience­s

● Kent & East Sussex Railway and Bluebell Railway

● Explore 15th-century Great Dixter House & Gardens

● A visit to Chartwell, the family home of Winston Churchill

● Enjoy the splendour and beauty of Penshurst Place & Gardens

● Visit enchanting Hever Castle, childhood home of Anne Boleyn

SMALL GROUP TOURS Just two of many breaks

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