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You’ll find so much to choose from, including river cruises, UK breaks and European tours. And whatever you choose, with Chandlers, great value is assured.
A visit to Norfolk offers a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of busy Britain. The coast and countryside offer areas of outstanding beauty and diversity, with hills and undulating fields, wooded valleys, forest areas and marsh...more info
Our great wine-themed tour features the rich rolling vineyards of the Rioja region of Spain and Portugal’s famous port wine estates. As well as wine tasting, this charming tour also includes a great blend of colourful Spanish fishi...more info
Breath-taking beauty, views as far as the eye can see and quaint little market towns – the Peak District is the perfect getaway! Take a step back in time as you ride on wonderfully restored vintage trams from all over the world and...more info
Come and join us on this short weekend break to West Wales staying in the popular resort of Tenby in South West Wales, a Victorian seaside town with picture-postcard qualities including three beaches, narrow cobbled stone streets lined w...more info
There are endless things to do on the Isle of Wight. With chalky white towering stacks stretching out into the English Channel, secluded sandy beaches lapped with clear water and looked over from timeless villages, Isle of Wight is postc...more info
A wonderful break for those who yearn for an era of a more leisurely pace and of times gone by. With dramatic and romantic landscapes broken by the familiar sound of a steam train making its way through a backdrop of rolling countryside....more info
This tour takes us into the heart of Scotland where we view spectacular mountain scenery and lonely lochs and of course a whisky distillery visit.
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Shropshire must surely be one of England’s hidden gems lying on the border with Wales and set on a backcloth of patchwork fields, wooded valleys, picturesque rivers and rolling hills leading in to the Welsh Marches. Unspoilt countr...more info
Llandudno, the largest resort in Wales, is famous for the Victorian style and Edwardian elegance that is evident throughout the town. It is exciting, lively and beautiful with two beaches set beneath the towering limestone headland of th...more info
Overlooking two sweeping bays, with a busy fishing harbour and old town, Scarborough was the world’s first seaside resort and has been welcoming holidaymakers for over 350 years. Often referred to as ‘The Queen of the Y...more info
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