Famously associated with the legend of Robin Hood, the city of Nottingham is located in the East Midlands. Those choosing Nottingham for a city break can expect a chance to explore attractions such as its Castle and the amazing underground caves, with examples of finest architecture located throughout the city. Home to 2 universities, the city offers an array of museums and galleries and a fantastic nightlife, in addition to great sporting venues and an abundance of shops and restaurants.
Famously the home of the Canaries, the city of Norwich is located in the East of England in the county of Norfolk. With many historic buildings such as the beautiful Cathedral and magnificent Castle, Norwich also offers its visitors attractions such as the Stranger’s Hall and Castle Museum, with theatres and art galleries also found in the heart of this cultural city. With the opportunity to tour the city on foot or by bus to learn more about its history, Norwich offers excellent shopping facilities, and is also surrounded by numerous parklands and green spaces, ideal for those seeking a relaxing city break.
Newcastle Upon Tyne is located in the North East of England, in the county of Tyne and Wear. With a rich heritage and historically part of Northumberland, visitors can learn more about the city’s history at the Great North Museum and the Discovery Centre, which is also home to collections including science, technology and maritime artefacts. A visit to the Quayside offers a wealth of restaurants and bars, with the chance to stroll along the beautiful River Tyne and cross the Millennium Bridge. With unique attractions such as the Victoria Tunnel running under the city, Newcastle is full of surprises and those looking for cultural experiences, or the opportunity for retail therapy, will find themselves spoilt for choice.
The city of Manchester is located in the North West of England, and is famous as being the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Home to a number of top bands, the city is noted for its music scene as well as a vast array of historic attractions such as Albert Square and Manchester’s beautiful Cathedral. With museums based in Manchester housing a wealth of significant artefacts, it is also famous for its football, and the city offers endless places to explore for the thousands who visit it each year, with tours available on foot or by bus to learn more about this remarkable city.
To celebrate the delivery of our new Fleet of brand new 2014 model Bailey Approach Autograph 765’s and Bailey Approach Autograph 745’s, January sees the launch of our new 2014 FREE Motorhome Hire Package Prize Draw.
Every customer who hires a motorhome from us in 2014 will get entered into our prize draw to win a free vehicle hire of their choice in 2015, complete with a luxury hamper and champagne.
We also have 5 runner up prizes of a 10% discount off any of our motorhome hire packages when your next hire from us.
Customer names will be entered into the draw from 1st January 2014 through to 1st November 2014. The prize draw will take place on 3rd November 2014 and winning entrants will be contacted by 5th November 2014.
As the nation’s capital, London is a city full of world class attractions and endless iconic buildings. Rich in heritage it is home to Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Trafalgar Square and Westminster with more modern additions to its skyline including the Shard and 30 St Mary Axe, more commonly known as the Gherkin. With fantastic museums, beautiful parklands, a world renowned theatre district and a wealth of shops, hotels and restaurants, London really does have it all.