Torres del Paine National Park
Torres del Paine National Park

Introducing our brand new 2021 Gardens Preview Brochure

While travel for the next few months may seem off the cards, there's nothing to stop us about daydreaming about our future trips, which is why we've just unveiled our brand new Garden Holidays preview brochure for 2021. 

We are happy to share that we have a new collection of Historic Houses tours, all of which now include travel aboard luxury coaches. Other new trips range from botanical discoveries of Crete and Turkey to far-flung adventures that visit the likes of Patagonia, Colombia and Bhutan. Returning holidays for 2021 include our classic RHS Chelsea Flower Show tour, the ever-popular Dutch Bulbfields break and our holiday that visits Monet’s spectacular gardens in Giverny. We also have a fascinating selection of archaeological tours on offer as well as more overseas and UK-based garden holidays.​

What's more, we also have two special early bird offers available – a great low deposit offer that starts from just £50pp and a chance to save up to £200pp on selected tours. See the infographic below for the terms and conditions, and read on to find out more about the new holidays on the horizon for 2021... 

Adventures of a Lifetime

If you’re looking to embrace the spirit of adventure next year and fancy travelling further afield, we have a small selection of brand new far-flung holidays on offer. Discover a whole new culture, lose yourself in the surprising beauty of unfamiliar landscapes and wander around gardens you have only ever dreamed of in destinations that include Bhutan and Nepal, Colombia and Patagonia. Two of these holidays have earned themselves the highest rating on our activity scale – a number five – meaning that they will be more challenging than usual. Anticipate walks that cover several kilometres at any one time, spend time at altitude and venture off the tourist trail. The rewards, however, are absolutely worth the effort...

Botanical Tours

The sheer diversity of plants and flowers around the world is simply staggering, and it often feels like there’s not enough time to discover them all. Hopefully, our new botanical tours can help you to make a dent in your list of must-visit horticultural destinations. Choose between Crete and Turkey, both with an awe-inspiring history as well as some of the most beautiful flora to be admired.​

European Cruises

If you’re looking for a new way to explore and fancy taking a trip at a more leisurely pace, why not treat yourself to a river cruise? See historic towns from a new perspective, hop ashore to explore local flavours and sites and relax in comfort as you sail between destinations. Whether you want to cruise the Rhône, navigate the Loire, explore the Somme or discover the Douro, we have a cruise for you. We have Castles and Gardens of the Loire, Legends of the Rhône, Picardy Gardens and also Douro Discovery.

Historic Houses by Luxury Coach

The UK is home to some truly incredible historic houses, each with its own story to tell and boasting distinctive architecture that reflects the period of its construction. We have designed a small collection of brand new Historic Houses holidays, which come with the added addition of luxury coach travel. What does this mean exactly? Well, when you book a place on one of these new Historic Houses holidays, your travel will be aboard a specially reserved VIP coach. They feature luxury leather seats with three-point seatbelts and arm rests, illuminated tables, air-conditioning as well as heating throughout, a kitchen area complete with a refrigerator, curtains and privacy glass and also air suspension to make your journey all the more comfortable. So, where will the new houses be? We have four new itineraries on offer, which will take you from Aberdeenshire and Dorset to North Wales and the neighbouring counties of Devon and Cornwall. Explore hundreds of years of history at an array of castles, houses and gardens, and enjoy tours of their stunning interiors as you learn about the lives lived within.

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Introducing our brand new 2021 Gardens Preview Brochure was published on 7 April 2020