Uk & Her Islands
Stunningly beautiful coastal locations, all on your doorstep wihtout the international travel.
These are a selection of the destination details we can offer in the UK, we have the scope of the whole country and will be happy to tailor a quote to you. Get in touch for more ideas.
4 days / from £907
Isles of scilly – cornwall
The Isles of Scilly are an archipelago around 30 miles off the south-western tip of England. Though numbering over 50 islands in total, only five are inhabited.
The total population of St Mary’s, Tresco, Bryher, St Martin’s, and St Agnes is just over 2,000, contributing to that special ‘step-back-in-time’ feeling and providing a taste of the timeless magic of childhood holidays. Amid wonderful scenery, younger children can explore rock pools and endless sandy beaches, while the older ones – and the adults – can hike nature trails, hire bikes, or ride horses along the shore.
4 days / from £454
Isles of glencoe – Scotland
When you hear the word Scotland your first thoughts are often of towering castles, clans clad in tartan and perhaps a glass of delicious golden whisky. Whilst these are indeed what Scotland is well known for, and quite rightfully so, there is also so much more on offer to those wishing to visit this spectacular country.
A holiday to Scotland is an outdoor adventure. There are over 790 offshore islands to visit, two inland national parks, geoparks and glens and more than 30,000 lochs. It is impossible not to stand in awe of the stunning and spectacular scenery from the soaring mountains to the sparkling beaches.
4 days / from £516
Guernsey – channel islands
Guernsey and her neighbouring islands of Herm, Sark and Alderney provide beautiful little cameos. Writers and artists have been inspired by Guernsey: French poet Victor Hugo was exiled here for 15 years where he completed Les Miserables and painter Renoir was mesmerised by the “shimmering light” of Moulin Huet Bay.
The island is steeped in history and there are many reminders around the island of the German Occupation (Guernsey was the only part of the British Isles successfully invaded by the Nazis).
When you travel to any one of these islands, you get the feeling that you have arrived somewhere truly unique, and in the Isles of Scilly is there a better way to arrive than by helicopter? With flights from many regional airports throughout the UK as well as many ferry crossings, accessing these hidden gems is becoming easier.