Arundel Castle

Home to the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for over 850 years, Arundel Castle sits overlooking the Arun River in West Sussex.

Chartwell house on a lovely sunny day


Churchill once said, ‘a day away from Chartwell is a day wasted’.

Leeds Castle

Visit this picturesque Kent castle, owned at various times by six medieval Queens of England and later transformed by Henry VIII. Learn about the Castle’s strong connections to Virginia US, the royal visit of George III and how it overcame fire and civil war to be later redeveloped in the early 1800s.

Hampton Court Palace and Gardens Surrey west London

Hampton Court

Nestled beside the River Thames, Hampton Court Palace was once a home of Henry 8th.

Rochester, England, UK - June 7, 2015: View of historical Rochester across river Medway in sunny afternoon.


A fine medieval cathedral and mighty Norman keep are the centrepiece of the ancient town of Rochester – founded in the 1st Century by the Romans as a walled garrison town.

England, East Sussex, Hastings, The Old Town Fisherman's Museum and East Hill

Hastings and Battle

The ancient Cinque Port of Hastings is where the story of the Norman Conquest of 1066 unfolds. William the Conqueror and his soldiers established their first base here as they launched their invasion of Saxon Britain.

Beautiful Eastbourne Pier in the evening

Eastbourne and Beachy Head

Visit Eastbourne – famous for its luxuriant gardens and gracious charm, once known as “The Queen of Watering Places”. The seafront with its Victorian pier retains a genteel air. In the summer months the balmy air is filled with music – Eastbourne’s seafront bandstand claims to be the busiest in England.


Brighton and Hove

Visit the vibrant and bohemian city of Brighton and Hove on England’s south coast and just one hour by train from London.


Time is always well spent in this elegant Georgian city and its surrounds.

Windsor Castle and River Thames, Windsor, Berkshire, England, UK

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is a must for all visitors. Built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion it is renowned as a longstanding royal place of residence, home to 39 monarchs.