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Take a fascinating break close to home
The success of the English manor costume drama Downton Abbey wasn’t just limited to sofa enthusiasm: thousands of visitors rushed to visit Highclere Castle in Berkshire, home of the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, where the ITV series was filmed. There’s something about lords and ladies, champagne and pearls and spectacular English country estates that appeal to locals and travellers from abroad alike.
So if visiting fabulous buildings reminiscent of times gone by is your thing, take a look at the new five day tours of National Trust properties organised in conjunction with Just Go! Holidays. Everything is taken care of for you, from the excellent hotels you’ll stay in en route to meals and entrance fees, not to mention the driving.
Just Go! Was founded in 1996 and is one of the UK’s leading coach holiday operators. You can be picked up from over 750 locations from north to south and will have the same coach, seat, and driver to ensure continuity.
There are six different tours available including the 'Cheshire Tour' where you will visit Lyme Park, the location for the BBC’s Pride and Prejudice, and 'The South-West and Wales' including a visit to the village of Lacock where the BBC’s Cranford was filmed.
Visit justgoholidays.com/NT for further details or call 08448 22 34 60