From the 2022 Commonwealth Games to the region’s rich industrial heritage, the Midlands and Northern England doesn’t disappoint.

Day 1


Immerse yourself in the fascinating collections at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Get ready to visit to the home of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and the National SEA LIFE Centre, or walk in the footsteps of the Peaky Blinders at the Black Country Living Museum.

Clayton Hotel Birmingham

Clayton Hotel Birmingham is proud to be accredited a Bronze Award from sustainable tourism organisation Green Tourism and they are aiming for the Gold Award in 2021.

The Kitchen Garden Cafe

Enjoy a tranquil oasis in the heart of Birmingham. Their products are being locally and ethically sourced. They even have got their own urban garden centre.

Days 2 & 3


Gaze over the city as well as the River Mersey from the Royal Liver Building 360 Tour, visit the Beatles Museum and sample some of Liverpool’s maritime heritage at the Royal Albert Dock. Watch a Premier League match at Everton FC or Liverpool F.C., and embark on a journey through natural history at the World Museum or visit the art gallery ‘Tate Liverpool’.

The Resident

The Resident Liverpool is located in the heart of Liverpool city centre’s fashionable Ropewalks district, housed within a stunning former warehouse dating back to the 1800s. It is an eco-friendly hotel listed on TripAdvisor.

MARAY Restaurant

Is a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association and became awarded with their first star rating in 2019. The cuisine is Middle Eastern.

Days 4 &5 


Your clients can love the beautiful game at the National Football Museum and visit the home of Manchester United at Old Trafford or book a tour of Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium. They can discover the mind-blowing gothic architecture of The John Rylands Library and Manchester Cathedral or enjoy shopping at Harvey Nichols or Selfridges.

The Lowry Hotel

The Lowry Hotel is an iconic five-star hotel in Manchester with a large sprinkling of the extraordinary. It is also being certified as an eco-friendly accommodation certified by the Green Tourism Business Scheme.

Mana Restaurant

The best produce from the British Isles is prepared from its original form every day, enhanced with preservation methods, enabled by seasons past.

The restaurant won the Michelin green star in 2021 for sustainable gastronomy.

Day 6


Enjoy a show at the renowned Leeds Playhouse or discover Leeds’ reputation for shopping. Visit some of the riverside restaurants and explore the city’s history and street art on a guided tour or embrace life and art at the Leeds City Museum.

Clayton Hotel Leeds

The hotel can be found on the south side of Leeds city centre, and easily accessible from the motorway, Leeds Bradford Airport, and Leeds Railway Station.

The team is sourcing sustainable suppliers, uses eco-friendly and recyclable products and trains their employees in environmental awareness and best practices.

Eat Your Greens

Is a Euro Style Restaurant, Bar, Lounge and Grocery Store in the heart of Leeds city centre. The team is using only local, organic produce where possible, because it’s good for the planet, good for the guests and good for the farmers that grow it!

Day 7


Wander along York’s Roman city walls, marvel at the stained glass of York Minster and journey through transport heritage at the National Railway Museum. Step back in time at JORVIK Viking Centre or explore The Shambles – a picturesque shopping area with beautifully restored buildings.

Dean Court Hotel

The hotel is proud to be a member of the Best Western Premier Collection where each distinctive hotel incorporates its local personality, setting them apart from other hotels, delivering a truly unique guest experience.

The Black Swan at Oldstead and Roots

The majority of produce used in both kitchens is as local as the Black Swan’s garden and family farm itself, the rest is from small local suppliers.