I have been busy organising this years trips...both of our 2017 summer trips to England have been fully sold out for months and we'll be leaving in just 7 weeks! I don't think we have ever had such a full itinerary, and I have groups staying from one week, two weeks and even nearly 4 weeks...without a single duplicate event throughout...hence my being busy!
Next years trips to both Scotland and England are already filling up, so please don't delay in letting me know if you are interested so we can get together and discuss your requirements.
Big News: I have also now added a trip to the French Riviera, the beautiful 'Cote d'Azur' to our trips for 2018. Dates are yet to be confirmed but will probably be slightly out of peak season to avoid the crowds and the worst of the heat, I'm thinking perhaps September; do let me know what you think? We will be flying into Nice and staying around the Antibes area. Originally a sleepy little fishing village, centrally situated with easy access for day trips to all the places you've only dreamed of visiting: Marseille, Saint Tropez, Cannes, Juan Les Pins and of course Monaco. We will also visit some of the most spectacular scenery you will ever see in the picturesque mountaintop villages like Eze.
A short drive into Italy (the border is only about 25 miles away) to explore the beautiful rustic Italian villages, countryside and of course savor the wonderful Italian food and wine ...for those inclined! . This is sure to be popular so please let me know as soon as possible if you are interested in coming. As usual I will be limiting the trip to around 8 people and I already have people wanting to go.
I will be adding more details to the website as we get them organised over the next few weeks.
I would also like to thank the guys at Stillwater Living; Ammie and Jefferson, for a great article about myself and our trips (http://stillwaterliving.com/bespoke-travel-with-a-renaissance-man/) with great words and pictures explaining what we get up to: do have a look if you've not done so already...well worth a read with great pictures!