Echoes of Grandeur

At a glance:

Explore England’s long and often turbulent history through its scattering of wonderful historical homes, stately houses and beautiful gardens.

Witness the variety of period architectural styles, the finest art and furniture collections bringing the grandeur of our rich history to life.

Meander through quintessential England; its rolling countryside & chocolate-box villages with cobbled streets, before a glass of Pimms in the garden of a 300-year old estate.

Discover some of the finest and most intricately designed gardens in the world, lovingly curated over hundreds of years.

Experience the very best of British hospitality staying in the finest English Country Houses and luxury Coach House Inns renowned for great food and board.

Immerse yourself in the elegance and romance of a bygone era on this scenic tour through rolling green countryside to the grandest homes and gardens in middle England.

Weave your way to the world-renowned historic university town of Cambridge, continuing through beautiful countryside to Kings Lynn, one of England’s historically important coastal towns. Be graced at Sandringham, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. Explore a lesser known Jacobean manor, mentioned in the Doomsday Book and famed as the birthplace of Anne Boleyn. Make history come alive with a twilight tour of Burghley House, one the grandest of houses from the Elizabethan Age. Journey into the Peak District to Chatsworth House, lovingly called the Palace of the Peaks. Its stunning architecture inspired Jane Austen and were featured in the film Pride and Prejudice. Take a private tour of Haddon Hall to explore its remarkable tapestry collection and early English furniture collection that is reputed to be the best of its kind in England.

Immerse yourself in the romantic ruin of Witley Court and imagine a bygone era of decadent house parties, balls and concerts before finding tranquillity at the magical Arley Arboretum and Hidcote Manor. Soar above the rolling hills of the Cotswolds in a hot air balloon before taking in the wonder of Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, showcasing 300 years of history. Admire the Rothschilds’ extensive collection of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts at Waddesdon Manor. To end your trip, unwind in the perfect English landscape of the Chilterns, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Visit in Spring for the Bluebells and Blossoms or try Autumn to witness the gardens and woodlands stunning transformation into a myriad of colours.

Call us today on +44 (0)1646 405060 to start planning your holiday.