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Battle of Britain 

Our new tour looks at the important role aviation plays during time of war. Experience Lincolnshire’s aviation heritage at close quarters with visits to RAF Coningsby and International Bomber Command Centre.


Blackpool Winter Warmer 

Banish those winter blues on an early break to Blackpool. The popular resort offers year-round attractions from the iconic tower, Madame Tussauds and the Sea Life Centre.



We return once again to this favourite seaside destination, Bournemouth. A world-class resort that has everything you need for a perfect holiday, with a host of sights and activities within easy reach. Relax on the award-winning beaches or take a stroll through one of the many exquisite parks and gardens.


Bournemouth & Purbeck 

The delightful seaside resort of Bournemouth has been a firm favourite holiday destination for many years. The highlight of our tour is a visit to Beaulieu Estate where you can discover 800 years of heritage from the stunning palace to the 250 vehicles on display.


Burns Celebrations 
All Inclusive 

Celebrate Scotland’s most famous Bard with our all inclusive break to Loch Lomond.


Call The Midwife 

Enjoy a weekend break to Chatham Historic Dockyard, the filming location of 'Call the Midwife' TV series.


Christmas in the Lake District 

Get away this Christmas with a relaxing holiday in the Lake District. Located at the south of the National Park, our hotel is set in 20 acres of private gardens and woodlands overlooking Morecambe Bay providing the perfect setting for your Christmas escape.


Coastal Retreat 

New for 2019 is our Costal Retreat – a 5 day mystery break to a popular seaside resort. Embark on your very own CAB Executive Travel adventure as we choose your holiday destination. A fabulous itinerary has been planned around your mystery destinations to show you the best of the area, so sit back and relax and all will be revealed soon.


Doon the Watter 

Dunoon is the main resort on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula and the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. We have selected a hotel in the town centre that offers stunning panoramic sea views.


Edinburgh Escape 

Join us for a short break to Edinburgh, the inspirational capital of Scotland. Discover stunning scenery, striking architecture and fine food whilst not forgetting top attractions such as Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh Castle and National Museum of Scotland.



Edinburgh Tattoo 2019 

The Tattoo is an iconic Edinburgh institution, and a sellout year after year. Music, dance and precision display with the Massed Pipes and Drums, the Massed Military Bands, cultural troupes, singers and the poignant refrain of the Lone Piper against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.


Enchanted Eastbourne  

An elegant resort at the foot of the South Downs, this classic seaside town dates from the 1850s and is a charming destination. Today, Eastbourne’s south-facing promenade is backed by lawns and flowerbeds. There is a centrally located Victorian pier, good shopping in the town, a miniature railway and the Sovereign harbour marina.


Fort William 
All Inclusive Package 

Part of the very fabric of Fort William since 1876, the Alexandra Hotel provides traditional Scottish Hospitality at its best. Situated in a great location everything is close by and with an all inclusive package this is the perfect choice for your Scottish holiday.


Isle of Man 

Fiercely proud of its diverse culture, fascinating heritage and folklore, the “Kingdom of Man” has a captivating story to tell, steeped in myths and legends, going back thousands of years. We visit the oldest parliament in the world, take a steam train journey, visit a medieval castle and explore more than 200 square miles of unspoilt countryside and coastline.


Isles of Scilly 

The Isles of Scilly lie just off the coast of Cornwall. Outstandingly beautiful, uncrowded and unspoilt, they seem like a world apart from everyday life. This cluster of low-lying islands lie amid a turquoise lagoon, some fringed by rocks, others by white sandy beaches, and all bathed in a light of wonderful intensity. There are five inhabited islands, and throughout the day fleets of colourful launches ferry people to and fro. Each of the islands has a distinct identity and special character.  We stay on St. Mary’s –the largest island.  There are only 6 miles of roads but over 30 miles of paths and nature trails. The capital, Hugh Town, lies between two sandy beaches, one side being the main harbour.

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