Preston with its mix of two major shopping areas, Fishergate and Friargate, and quaint side streets with a selection of independent boutiques, jewellers and salons has something for everyone. With its unique mix of fresh food, local produce, vintage accessories and a wide range of goods, Preston Market will complete your visit to this Lancashire city. Stopping at Barton Grange on the return trip, voted Destination Garden Centre of the Year 2019.
A tour through the interiors at Hutton is a remarkable journey in time. From the medieval Stone Hall to the high Victorian Drawing Room, the rooms are rich in history and notable for their contents. Hutton is surrounded by beautiful gardens and grounds, including walled gardens, ponds and terraces with impressive topiary.
Albert Dock and Liverpool ONE Whether you want to hit the shops , eat delicious food in one of many restaurants, discover more about the Beatles Story or the Maritime History of the Merseyside, you’ll always have a great visit to Liverpool.
The Three Bridge Cruise takes in the spectacular views of the Three Bridges, the beautiful panoramas of the Edinburgh skyline to the south and the Kingdom of Fife to the north. Included on the cruise is a cream tea; a tasty scone, jam & cream, served with tea.
Explore South Queensferry, with its cafes and restaurants and find out more about the building of the bridges at the Queensferry Museum.
Take a journey by Steam locomotive on The Lake District’s only standard gauge preserved railway line, through the Leven Valley to the bottom of Lake Windermere. From here you hop on to a boat and sail up the Lake to Bowness where it’s just a short walk to The World of Beatrix Potter™ Attraction to complete your Rail, Sail and Tail tour.
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