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    Finest Journeys

    Finest Journeys creates and perfects dream vacations to Britain and Ireland. Discover authentic experiences and through carefully designed luxury tours brought alive by local people.

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    Three Hares

    Three Hares is a family run Seasonal and Locally Sourced Cafe, Bistro and Bakery set in the Book Town of Sedbergh at the foot of the Howgills. We organise culinary experiences using superb local produce and Wild Foods picked and caught using ‘Traditional Methods’.

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    Inn On The Beach

    Occupying a stunning location right on the beach at Hayling Island, the Inn on the Beach is the perfect destination on warm summer days or a warm, cosy place to relax during the winter months.

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    Biddenden Vineyards

    Kent’s original vineyard, Biddenden was established by the Barnes family in 1969, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019. Producing award-winning still and sparkling English wines, ciders and apple & pear juices, visitors are welcome at the vineyard year-round. Open tours run Saturdays April-September with private tours by prior arrangement.

  • B Bakery London

    B Bakery London specialises in Afternoon Tea with a French Twist – L’Afternoon Tea. Enjoy our afternoon tea either at our luxury bakery in Covent Garden or on the move on our unique and hugely popular B Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour.

  • St Austell Brewery

    Offering a new and interactive Brewing Experience, our Visit England accredited Visitor Centre reveals the secrets behind our award-winning ales and our 160 year-old brewing process, with tasters included.

  • Court Garden Vineyard

    Court Garden is a family-run, single-estate vineyard and winery in East Sussex, set on a beautiful south-facing slope with the South Downs as a backdrop. We are passionate about the grapes we grow and the award winning wines we make.

  • Kent Cookery School

    Set in idyllic Kent countryside, the cobbled courtyard hosts a variety of shops, restaurant and of course The Kent Cookery School. Fully equipped with brands such as Kenwood, Wusthof and much more the rustic beams and relaxed atmosphere make it the perfect venue to learn some new cookery skills.

  • My Chocolate

    Our Original Chocolate Making Workshop is our most popular chocolate workshop and is a fantastic introduction to the art of chocolate making – a deliciously fun treat packed with tasting, discovery, demonstrations and of course lots of mouth watering chocolate. Not only will you be feasting on chocolate throughout the session but you will also leave laden with your very own handmade chocolates to enjoy.

  • Big Cheese Photobooths

    Featuring the latest technology BIG Cheese Photobooths are devoted to making your event unforgettable Our booths are feature-packed giving you so many options for your event.

  • MyChocolate

    Established as the first chocolate making events company in the UK, we continue to lead the way in delivering fun-packed chocolate making events and experiences. We are passionate about the art and craft of chocolate and take great pride in combining creativity and charm with a heartfelt service.

  • Brighton Food Tours

    Brighton Food Tours offer award-winning walking tours, taking visitors off the beaten track to explore the best our independent food scene has to offer. Groups are led by knowledgeable and passionate guides; taking them to meet vendors, taste food and hear stories behind their work and our fantastic city.

  • Hillside Brewery

    Hillside brewery are an award-winning brewery, events and activity business. Producing a range of hand-crafted beers, regular brewery tours & brewing experience days – its a great place to visit. Located in Gloucestershire and on the edge of The Royal Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.

  • Metrodecco

    Metrodeco is a quirky vintage tearoom that is renowned for its Afternoon Tea. The selection of sweet and savoury treats made in house and by local bakers are served on three tiered stands and with vintage crockery. Add to this Metrodeco’s extensive in house tea list it will be an experience not to be forgotten and a treat for anyone wishing to take part in a quintessentially British tradition.

  • Oxney Organic Estate

    Gorgeous organic vineyard and winery with tours and accommodation, located within the High Weald area of outstanding natural beauty and 20 minute drive to the South East England coast.

  • Tudor Farmhouse

    Boutique hotel located in the village of Clearwell, Forest of Dean, with 20 boutique bedrooms and 2 AA Restaurant. Courses include foraging, floristry and wild swimming, as well as walks from the door and cycle storage.

  • Archery Legends

    Archery Legends is a one-of-a-kind, arrow shooting, bow twanging, indoor archery activity centre for everyone (7 years and above) who would like to try shooting a bow and arrow.

  • Clearwell Caves

    Fantastic natural cave system mined for ochre and iron ore for over 5,000 years. Exciting caves, great cafe and shop. Deep caving tours available. Events throughout the year.

  • Cookery School at The Grand, York

    Opening early 2019, our new Cookery School is set to add a dynamic, immersive element to conferences and events here at The Grand. Choose from our carefully crafted packages or speak to one of our team to create a bespoke experience for your delegates.

  • Afternoon Tea at The Grand, York

    Our five star elaborate Afternoon Tea is a feast for the eyes as well as taste buds. Offering lovely views of the historic City Walls of York, the relaxing atmosphere coupled with attentive, unobtrusive service from our staff will all combine to provide you with an unforgettable dining experience.

  • FarGo Village

    FarGo Village is a repurposed industrial space in Coventry City Centre, designed for creative businesses. Your one stop hub for independent shopping, food and drink, handcrafted arts with a relaxed community feel and a year-round events programme.

  • Dunkertons Cider Co.

    Award winning organic cider & perry made with traditional varieties of cider apples & perry pears, pressed by us every Autumn harvest. Crafted from bud to bottle. Cidery Tours & cider tastings available at our new shop in Cheltenham.

  • The Royal Cambridge Hotel

    The Royal Cambridge Hotel nestles on Trumpington Street, just two minutes’ walk from the Fitzwilliam Museum and only a short stroll from the city centre and the famous colleges. With great access via road or rail, this is the perfect place whatever your requirements.

  • Palace Theatre Paignton

    Theatre and venue hire: Opera, music, dance, rock, business conferences, school and college performances. Professional theatre and venue services for your events and performances. Perfectly placed on Devon’s English Riviera, in easy reach of Torquay, Brixham and Babbacombe.

  • Hattingley Valley Wines

    Hattingley Valley is a family-owned business established in 2008 and located in Hampshire specialising in making premium English sparkling wines. We welcome visitors throughout the year at our custom-built, eco-friendly winery for tours and tastings by appointment.

  • Copthorne Hotel Sheffield

    The Copthorne Hotel Sheffield is a modern 4* hotel, ideally located in the city centre, with 158 ensuite guest rooms. Each room has airconditioning, a large work desk and a flatscreen TV with satellite channels. Guests also have access to free Wi-Fi, and onsite carparking.

  • VisitBritain Shop

    Our 13 online shops offer the opportunity to purchase bookable products in 7 languages and 12 currencies covering a total of 94 markets, helping visitors to plan their visit and enabling them to ‘buy before they fly’, finding inspiration amongst our over 350 products across the UK.

  • Llanerch Vineyard

    Llanerch Vineyard is a successful, modern wine producer offering exceptional hospitality in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside, just 20 minutes’ drive from Cardiff city centre

  • The Westgate Winchester

    The prestigious Westgate Pub with Rooms sits in a commanding position at the top of historic Winchester High Street, in the heart of the city and a short stroll from the fortified medieval gateway after which it was named.

  • The Walrus Brighton

    A stone’s throw from the beach, on historic Ship Street in Brighton’s famous Lanes, you’ll find the Walrus with its labyrinth of eclectically-decorated rooms and endless winding passageways. You’ll also discover a wonderful hidden two-storey roof garden.

  • The Roundhouse Wandsworth

    Welcome to The Roundhouse – as soon as you walk through the door, you will feel immediately at home. We pride ourselves on being the central hub of our little part of South West London; when you visit us, you can look forward to top class service, food and drinks in a relaxed atmosphere.

  • Prince Street Social

    The Prince Street Social is a welcoming modern-style restaurant and bar located in the centre of Bristol. Open early morning until late every day, it’s the perfect place to pick up a coffee and pastry on your way to work or, if you have more time to spare, relax and enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner.

  • The Old Firehouse Exeter

    Widely acknowledged to be one of Exeter’s best ale and cider pubs, The Old Firehouse is very popular with students and locals alike and offers a buzzy atmosphere along with a great range of food and drink.

  • London Road Brew House

    Located right in the middle of Southampton’s lively Bedford Place, the London Road Brew House is a vibrant, buzzy pub with lots going on! There are two bars, Sky and BT Sport, and our very own microbrewery where you can watch our eclectic range of beers being brewed.

  • The Lion & Lobster

    Spread over three floors, including a pub area, the Regency Restaurant and a wonderful hidden terrace, The Lion & Lobster is one of the oldest and most traditional pubs in Brighton and Hove.

  • The lighthouse Battersea

    Welcome to The Lighthouse of Battersea – a beacon for homely comfort, delicious pub food and a wide selection of wines and spirits to suit every occasion. Large, airy pub with original art on the walls, a gastropub menu and a leafy, decked garden.

  • King Street Brew House

    The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery, creating an eclectic range of cask and keg beers, including Socks and Sandals, Shaft, White Trash and Pasty Git to name but a few!

  • The Cork

    Situated right in the heart of Bath, The Cork boasts two bars, two vaulted party pod booths, a conservatory and a very large alfresco terrace area. You won’t find a better pub in which to socialise, relax, watch live sport or have a full-on party!

  • The Waterman

    A modern-day meeting place and contemporary inn! Open all day and just a short stroll across the beautiful Midsummer Common from central Cambridge. Proudly positioned on Mitcham’s Corner, Chesterton Road, Cambridge.

  • Old Ticket Office

    Embracing the building’s historic charm & as conveniently positioned as a pub can be, Old Ticket Office provides the perfect place to drink, eat, meet or wait! We also offer a vast range of Bar Snacks, Salads, Brunch Items, Mains, Afternoon Pub Tea & Hot Sarnies.

  • The Belle Vue

    Bright pub with vintage design touches, for cask ales, international bottled beers and cocktails. Just opposite Clapham Common tube station and a stone’s throw from Clapham Common, The Belle Vue is a community hub with plenty of everything you’d expect from your favourite local.

  • The Three Crowns

    The Three Crowns is a historic Shoreditch pub, just seconds from the Old Street tube station. We offer 18 craft beers on tap plus five more real ales – many from local breweries as well as some from further afield!

  • Tell Your Friends

    At TYF we’ve filled our menu with fresh seasonal ingredients, healthy eats + hearty comfort food, so whether you’re vegan or not we think you’ll find something you’ll love.

  • St Aldates Tavern

    Perfectly located just a stone’s throw from the high street in the heart of Oxford City Centre, St Aldates Tavern welcomes families, tourists, locals, students and dogs (preferably accompanied by their owners!)

  • St Andrews Brew House

    Here at St Andrews Brew House there are three things we are truly passionate about: Great beer, great food and great service! A real gem among all the restaurants and pubs in Norwich, we are home to our very own micro-brewery, bar and restaurant as well as some great weekly events.

  • The Red Lion Histon

    Tucked away on the outskirts of Cambridge and proudly located in the ever-growing town of Histon, we offer a great spot to drink, eat or stay regardless of the time of day or year!

  • The Petersfield

    Imagine your ideal neighbourhood pub and it would be The Petersfield. We pride ourselves on being at the very centre of the local community, providing a warm, welcoming atmosphere and acting as a hub for residents of the surrounding area.

  • The Old Bicycle Shop

    Open all day for brunch, lunch and dinner, The Old Bicycle Shop provides a unique setting for all sorts of occasions, from a quick coffee and brunch to a special dinner with friends. We serve fresh, locally-sourced food, with plenty of tempting choices for the vegetarians and vegans among you.

  • The Punt Yard

    We serve pizza and beer, and promise a great time! Enjoy the front bar for a drink after work or plan a party in our private function room ‘The Lock Up’!

  • The Nell Gwynne

    Today, ‘the Nell’ is one of London’s most charming and historic hidden treasures, offering a great selection of local beers, wines and spirits and a lively but cosy setting just yards from the hustle and bustle of the Strand.

  • The Mill

    Idyllically located on the grassy banks of the River Cam overlooking Laundress Green, the 19th Century Mill is one of Cambridge’s most iconic pubs and renowned for its wide choice of well-kept real ales.

  • The Grapes

    Situated on George Street, right in the heart of the Oxford, The Grapes is a charming pub that has served the citizens of this beautiful City with delicious food and drink for over 100 years.

  • The Georgian Town House

    Combining Georgian interior design with an enormous walled garden, locally sourced quality produce, evolving seasonal menus, and an extensive selection of craft beers, wines and spirits, The Georgian Townhouse is one of Norwich’s best kept secrets.

  • George Street Social

    George Street Social is on a mission to offer fantastic food, drink and hospitality to the good people of Oxford. We are open from 8am daily (9am on weekends because no one wants to be up THAT early) all the way through to 11pm.

  • The Cock And Bottle

    Located in a delightfully quiet backwater in Notting Hill opposite St Mary of the Angels Church, you will find the Cock & Bottle, one of West London’s most charming and beautifully restored traditional pubs.

  • Cat And Mutton

    A place to eat, drink and party with hearty pub grub and a fine selection of 16 beers on tap and over 20 in bottle and can. Loads of good wines and a great cocktail list with classics and house favourites.

  • The Cambridge Brew House

    Playful eclectic decor pub with micro-brewery, plus home-smoked British tapas and sharing platters. We are delighted to offer you the best range of cask and craft beers in Cambridge!

  • The Phene

    Tucked away in a leafy enclave just a short walk from the King’s Road, you’ll find our iconic Chelsea pub The Phene. With a heritage stretching back to 1853, this imposing three-floor clubhouse-style venue is renowned in SW3 for its cosy bars, wonderful entertaining spaces and charming garden.

  • Fort George and The Highlanders’ Museum

    March into Britain’s mightiest artillery fortress for unforgettable experience. You can explore an enormous military base protected by almost 1.6km (1 mile) of massive walls. You can gain an insight into life as a Redcoat in a garrison fortress, built in 1748-69.

  • St Andrews Castle

    For centuries, the residence of Scotland’s most powerful churchmen. Some of its remarkable secrets are hewn into the rock beneath its battlements. St Andrews Castle was a bishop’s palace, a fortress and a state prison during its 450-year history.

  • Bluestone Brewing Co

    Bluestone Brewing is a family run brewery situated in the foothills of the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire. We produce hand crafted real ales, using local water filtered down through the Bluestone Hills.

  • The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

    4 star property in the centre of the beautiful market town of Abergavenny, South Wales. Named ‘Hotel of the Year, Wales 2016/17’ by The AA, The Angel is a 35 bedroom property with restaurant, bar, courtyard and tea rooms and also has 3 private meetings/events spaces catering for up to 150 guests.

  • The Abergavenny Hotel

    Set close to the centre of the historic market town of Abergavenny, The Abergavenny Hotel offers 4 star guest accommodation in a charming Victorian building with an attractive red-brick façade and stone trim.

  • The Angel Bakery

    The Angel Bakery opened in December 2016 and is open Tuesday – Saturday from 8.00am – 4.00pm. Our bakers use organic flours, French butter and long fermentation processes to make sourdough & enriched breads, pastries, cakes and pasties. All items produced go straight from the oven to our shop.

  • The Art Shop and Chapel

    The art shop & chapel is housed in two separate venues – a carefully restored 16th century town house (cross street) and a 19th century chapel (market street), both in the centre of the market town of Abergavenny (they are only 2 mins apart)

  • LGBT Travel Club

    The LGBT Travel Club is a dedicated Travel Club bringing LGBT Travellers and those businesses wishing to promote to the LGBT Travel Communities into one website to help make searching for Travel information more accessible and easier to share.

  • Lake District Country Hotels

    Lake District Country Hotels is a collection of three 4-star country house hotels, situated in the heart of the Lake District. Set in acres of landscaped gardens and with stunning views our hotels offer the best in Lake District scenery along with delicious food and attentive and personable service.

  • Wales Millennium Centre

    Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ No. 1 visitor attraction and one of the UK’s top cultural attractions outside London.We offer services for tour operators, travel agents, coach operators, professional conference organisers and event management companies throughout the UK.

  • Circuit Hospitality Ltd

    Circuit Hospitality is the leading supplier of Premier League football hospitality in the UK. We are the largest authorised reseller for Chelsea FC, Everton FC, Manchester City and Manchester United.

  • Brewhouse & Kitchen – Cardiff

    We’re a bit different from your traditional pub – we brew our own, unique craft beers on-site in our brew-tiful microbrewery and offer a range of craft beer experiences. We have locations across Britain.

  • Pembroke Castle

    One of the most spectacular Castles in the world, Pembroke Castle dates from 1093 and was the birthplace of Henry VII. Today it is a popular tourist attraction and event venue.

  • Craigmillar Castle

    Admire city views from the high ramparts of Edinburgh’s “other castle”, play hide-and-seek in its labyrinth of chambers or picnic in its grounds. Originally a simple tower house residence, the castle grew into a complex of structures and spaces as each owner improved its comfort and facilities.

  • Blackness Castle

    Step inside a largely intact medieval castle whose powerful defences once guarded the Firth of Fort. Known as “The Ship that Never Sailed” for its boat-like shape, Blackness Castle was built in the 1400s for Sir George Crichton, Admiral of Scotland.

  • Linlithgow Palace

    Inside one of the most spectacular ruins in Scotland you cannot help but walk in the footsteps of royalty. This royal pleasure palace was the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.

  • Doune Castle

    This near – complete castle set amid lovely Stirlingshire countryside was the home of Regent Albany, Scotland’s “uncrowned king”. His rich tastes can be seen clearly in the architecture of the medieval courtyard castle.

  • Skara Brae Prehistoric Village

    Step back 5,000 years to explore on of Europe’s best preserved prehistoric settlements. Once an inland village beside a freshwater loch, Skara Brae now looks out over a wide, sandy beach. Surrounded by a stunning variety of wildflowers and birdlife, a visit is an aesthetic treat.

  • Cwm Deri Vineyard

    Cwm Deri Vineyard invites you to visit our beautiful estate in Pembrokeshire. The wine estate was planted in 1991 and now houses 3,000 vines. Visitors can try our wines, liqueurs and non-alcoholic drinks or enjoy locally sourced ingredients at our restaurant.

  • The Grasmere Gingerbread Shop

    This historic and atmospheric shop in the beautiful Lakeland village of Grasmere, established by Sarah Nelson in 1854 making and selling a unique confectionery product ‘Grasmere Gingerbread®’. This is only the place in the world where it is made and sold, baked fresh everyday to a secret recipe.

  • Urquhart Castle

    Discover 1,000 years of drama, experience a glimpse of medieval life and enjoy stunning views over Loch Ness from the ruins of the greatest castle in the Highlands.

  • A Table Outside

    Farm to table dining pop up celebrating the cream of Surrey’s foodie movement. We set up our long table in farms, vineyards and other beautiful places in the Surrey Hills to connect people with those who produce our food.

  • Stirling Castle

    Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most celebrated visitor attractions. For centuries Scotland’s kings and queens held court here and reveled in its beauty and grandeur.

  • Edinburgh Castle

    A Mighty fortress, the defender of the nation and a world-famous visitor attraction – Edinburgh Castle has dominated the skyline for centuries. And the high volcanic rock on which it stands has been occupied for thousands of years.

  • Fishing & Foraging Wales

    Get out into the wild for an unforgettable day’s foraging along stunning Pembrokeshire coast and countryside with local chef Matt Powell. Your foraged goods are then paired with the very best local ingredients in a multi-course dinner.

  • Conwy Brewery

    We have been brewing in North Wales since 2003, using the soft water that flows from the Snowdonia mountains to make delicious cask and bottled ales. Brewery tours & Brewery Tap are available.

  • Scranchester Food Tours

    A local led gastronomic adventure, sample some of the best food and drink the city has to offer and learn how the food we eat offers an edible insight into the city’s past. The local led tour will explore Manchester’s vibrant food and drink scene taking in some real hidden gems.

  • Glen Moray Distillery

    A small, friendly and informal distillery, Glen Moray is in the heart of Elgin, the historic capital of Speyside. Join us for a tour at Glen Moray where we have been distilling since 1897.

  • The Glenlivet Distillery

    The Glenlivet Distillery sits in a wild and remote glen, its history laced with drama and intrigue. So in every bottle of whisky we make, we capture as much of the spirit of the glen as we can.

  • The Borders Distillery

    The Borders Distillery is the first Scotch Whisky distillery in the Scottish Borders since 1837. This new distillery is dedicated to making great whisky and to capturing the spirit of the Borders. Great care was taken to preserve the built heritage of the industrial site in the centre of Hawick.

  • Manor of Groves Hotel, Golf & Country Club

    A beautifully restored Georgian Manor house set within 150 acres of idyllic Hertfordshire countryside. Hosts a Health Club with Swimming Pool and Gym, an 18 hole Golf Course and 80 luxurious bedrooms. Manor of Groves can accommodate Conferences, Events and Weddings for 2-400 guests.

  • Shendish Manor Hotel & Golf Course

    Shendish Manor Hotel & Golf Course where Victorian splendour meets modern design. Set in 160 acres of parkland and formal gardens, the excellent road and rail links close by ensures that this West Hertfordshire venue is the perfect choice whether visiting the area on business or for pleasure.

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