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Story's Uniquely British Small Group Tour is a delight.

England with Scotland & Wales


Tour Overview

Leave the Herd Behind and discover Slow and Small Travel through the United Kingdom.

Our tour of England with Scotland & Wales features the very best of the British Isles with castle visits, Story Exclusives® including whiskey tastings, fine ales, and farm-to-table dining at unique restaurants and venues.

Story Land & Sea® extends a personal invitation for you to join us on the England, Scotland & Wales Tour - it's the trip of a lifetime, and one tour you won't soon forget. 

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Board Your International Flight
Day 1: DEPART NORTH AMERICA ON YOUR OVERNIGHT FLIGHT
Italy's Small Group Tour

Depart Your Home Airport on your Trans-Atlantic flight to Edinburgh ~ Flight not included, but inquire for special fare with our Air Service. We can help you with your flight arrangements.

Can we help you with your Airfare?
Yes, we can arrange your air travel from the Story Land & Sea® air department. We'll work with you to get the absolutely lowest fare available based on your travel preferences. Remember, airfare is a completely separate arrangement from your land tour. It is your responsibility to arrive at the point of tour origination (Edinburgh) on time regardless of whether Story Land & Sea® has arranged your air.

Travel Protection
Story Land and Sea® recommends that you purchase a travel protection plan to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected. A Protection Plan can include coverage for Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption, Emergency Medical and Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation, Trip Delay, Baggage Delay and more.

For more information on available plans or to enroll, go to travelexinsurance.com or contact Travelex Insurance Services at 800-228-9297 and reference location number 06-0051.

 




Welcome to Our England with Scotland and Wales Tour

Day 2: ARRIVE EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND

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WELCOME TO ENGLAND, SCOTLAND & WALES TOUR
One of Story Land & Sea
®'s most popular tour vacations commences at 3:00PM at our Deluxe hotel in Edinburgh. Our deluxe hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Edinburgh and is where your Tour Captain meets you for the included Orientation Tour.

INCLUDED ORIENTATION WALKING TOUR: At 3:00 pm, join your Tour Captain for an Orientation Walk on your arrival day in Edinburgh. Learn the major landmarks and the lay of the land in relation to our hotel. We'll introduce you to the best ATM machines and other helpful information for your stay in Edinburgh. 

Walking Level: Light, Leisurely Pace. Volume: Light

Story Way® Dining: Enjoy a welcome dinner tonight with your Tour Captain in the incredible city of Edinburgh.

Accommodation in Edinburgh, 2 Nights
Deluxe: Radisson Blu Royal Mile or similar
Classic: Holiday Inn Express or similar

Note: On departures in August you will enjoy the Edinburgh Military Tattoo as part of your package. Admission is dependent upon availability and tickets may not be available if you book too close to trip departure. We recommend booking no later than 120 days prior to trip departure.

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Edinburgh

Day 3: EDINBURGH CASTLE, HOLYROODPALACE, ROYAL MILE, STIRLING CASTLE

food icon   Dining: Breakfast included. Optional Dinner with Tour Captain tonight.


Daily Breakfast is served on all Story Land & Sea® Tours.

EDINBURGH SIGHTSEEING IMMERSION
Our wonderful and experienced local guide will join us this morning and will unwrap Edinburgh's secrets and the principal sights of Scotland's Capital City.

Experience the contrast of the compact medieval section along Edinburgh's Royal Mile, with the wide streets of the 200-year-old Georgian New Town. All of this comes into view as we walk and drive along the bustling Princes Street. Dominating the city center, Edinburgh Castle contains the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Scone.

We enjoy a panoramic journey on the way to Stirling Castle and on the way see Holyroodpalace and other sites.

INCLUDED EXCURSIONS Sightseeing Immersion Tour with our local Expert Guide.
ENJOY ADMISSION & SIGHTSEEING TO:

    • Tour of Edinburgh - Scotland's Capital City.
    • Royal Mile - View the Royal Mile all the way to the Georgian New Town and see history unfold in the contrast.
    • Admission to the Edinburgh Castle to see the Scottish Crown Jewels and Stone of Scone.
    • Holyrood House
    • Special Access: Skip-the-Line Entrance to Stirling Castle
    • As Governor of my country, I have been an enemy to its enemies; I have slain the English; I have mortally opposed the English King; I have stormed and taken the towns and castles which he unjustly claimed as his own. —  William Wallace

We return to Edinburgh afternoon for the balance of your day on your own for an opportunity to discover more of this enchanting city and an optional dinner.

Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant that is close to their heart.


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To Windermere

Day 4: OF CHAPELS, ABBEYS & GORGEOUS ENGLISH SCENERY

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Enjoy a welcome dinner tonight with your Tour Captain in Windermere.

After breakfast, we make our way to the beautiful Lake District of England with Rosslyn Chapel and Melrose Abbey in route.

Rosslyn Chapel was founded on a small hill above Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church (with between four and six ordained canons and two boy choristers) in the mid-15th century. We will spend time to discover the secrets that this beautiful little chapel hold.

After our time at Rosslyn Chapel we make our way further south through the amazing English countryside. We will take time for an optional lunch in a quaint Inn in Melrose before venturing over to the famed Abbey.

Discover a place so beloved by Robert the Bruce, he chose it as the final resting place for his heart. Melrose Abbey is a magnificent ruin on a grand scale, and it was a highly desirable place to be buried. Admire the graceful architecture of the abbey church, among Britain's finest church architecture of the late 1300s. Take in the charming sculpture – look out for the famous bagpipe-playing Melrose pig. Step inside the chapter house, where a heart believed to be that of Robert the Bruce is buried. Visit the Commendator's House Museum to see a rich collection of medieval objects found in the abbey cloister.

We will depart Melrose at 2:30 pm and head off deeper into the spectacular Lake District of England.

The Lake District is the largest of the United Kingdom's National Parks, and contains 16 lakes (and many smaller tarns), more than 150 high peaks, with four over 3000 feet (the only mountains in England), (including England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike – 3206 ft). There are six National Nature Reserves, 100 sites of Special Scientific Interest, over 50 delectable dales, and some four hundred towns, villages and hamlets within its 885 square miles of breathtaking countryside. Windermere in the Lake District - ten and a half miles long and 219 feet deep - is England's largest lake. Its name comes from the Scandinavian for 'lake of a man called Vinandr'.

Story Way® Included Dining: The AA Rosette-winning restaurant at Langdale Chase serves a table d'hote dinner menu amongst panoramic lake views. Chef Daniel Hopkins and his team are proud to showcase many local suppliers and artisan producers on their menus, in order to bring you a true taste of the Lakes. .

Accommodation in Windermere, 1 Night
Langdale Chase or similar
With stunning and exclusive panoramic views of Lake Windermere, this beautiful country house is set right on the lake's shore. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea on the stone terrace overlooking Windermere. The elegant and individually furnished bedrooms at Langdale Chase Hotel all include garden views and a private bathroom, while most also enjoy fantastic lake views.

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Chester

Day 5: GRASMERE with DOVE COTTAGE
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Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant that is close to their heart.

Villages of the Lakes District
This morning after a delightful breakfast with breathtaking views of the lake we head off to discover the little towns and villages that surround the lake. Grasmere is probably the Cumbria's most popular village, thanks to William Wordsworth (1770-1850). Today, Grasmere is totally given over to the traveler with plenty of gift shops, and places to eat and visit. Most of the buildings date from the 19th or early 20th Century, though the farms around Grasmere are much older. The Church dates from the 13th Century. We'll pay a visit to Dove Cottage where William and his sister Dorothy moved into in 1799. Here Wordsworth produced the most famous and best-loved of his poems, and his sister Dorothy kept her famous Grasmere journals.

Chester Arrival & Immersion
Arrive the village of Chester and check in, freshen up and enjoy an orientation walk with the Tour Captain.

Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant that is close to their heart.

Accommodation in Chester, 2 Nights
Deluxe: Chester Grosvenor or similar
Classic: Mill Hotel & Spa or similar


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Chester

Day 6: WALES IMMERSION DAY TRIP

We begin with a drive along the northern coast of Wales and a tour of Caernarfon and a visit to the 13th Century riverside castle where the investiture of the Prince of Wales occurs. Caernarfon is a walled town with a royal palace built by King Edward I.

Castle of the Prince of Wales - The first fortifications at Caernarfon were built by the Romans with their fort, named Segontium, located on the outskirts of the modern town. The fort sat near the bank of the River Seiont and it is highly likely that the fort was positioned here due to the shelter the position provided and as a river traffic stop to supply Segontium.

We will take time for lunch in Beddgelart today. Beddgelert (Meaning the grave of Gelert ) was once described as "a few dozen hard grey houses ... huddled together in some majestic mountain scenery". This village, just south of Snowdon, owes its fame to the story of Prince Llewelyn the great who decided on a hunting trip and left his infant son in the charge of his faithful dog Gelert. On his return, the Prince was greeted by Gelert, who noticed the dog's muzzle was soaked in blood, and his son was nowhere to be seen. Llewelyn attacked the dog, and it fell to the ground gravely injured. However, within minutes he heard a cry and stumbled through nearby bushes to find his son, safe in his cradle. Beside the cradle lay the body of a giant wolf covered with wounds, the result of a fight to the death with hound Gelert. Llewelyn strode back to his faithful dog and watched it die from his actions.

After a nice lunch and time for a bit of shopping we will depart traveling through the Snowdonia National Park. Snowdonia is the second-largest national park in Britain. Although the Snowdonia Mountains cover a fairly compact area, in the north they loom over the coast and are undeniably spectacular. The area around Mount Snowdon is the busiest part of the park. About half a million people climb, walk or take the train to the summit each year. This was the area where members of the first successful attempt on Mt Everest trained, and it's been the training ground for many of Britain's best-known mountaineers since then.

The Welsh name for Snowdon is Yr Widdfa, which means 'great tomb' - legend says that a giant who was killed by King Arthur is buried on the summit. The English name is said to have been derived from an old word for snow, which crowns the peaks in winter. As well as impressive mountains, the park contains a wide variety of other natural features - rivers, lakes, waterfalls, forests, moorlands, glacial valleys and a lovely coastline.

There are Stone Age burial chambers at Dyffryn Ardudwy and Capel Garmon; Bronze Age burial cairns at Bryn Cader Faner near Talsarnau; a hill fort at Pen-y-Gaer; Roman forts at Caerhun, Tomen-y-Mur and Caer Gai; and Welsh and Norman castles. The mountains sheltered Llywelyn ap Gruffydd in the 13th century and Owain Glyndwr in the 15th, during their struggles to reclaim Wales from the English.

Upon our arrival back to the charming town of Chester you have the balance of the day to rest or step out for further exploration.

Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant that is close to their heart.


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Tetbury

Day 7: ON TO THE COTSWOLDS

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This morning after a delightful breakfast we set off to discover the Cotswolds. Our first stop will be Stow on the Wold where we will take time for lunch and and a short guided tour. At nearly 800ft, Stow is the highest of the Cotswold towns, located on the Roman Fosse Way and at the point where several roads meet, hence an important trading centre. It has a long history and probably dates from a prehistoric fortified settlement on top of the hill and had a special importance in the English Civil War, the last battle was fought close by in Donnington back in 1646. St Edward's Church, was used as a prison for the defeated Royalist troops, as it was the only lockable building in the town. Some of the damage sustained at this time can still be seen today.

The Market Square is large and impressive and testifies to the town's former importance. It is surrounded by town houses, independent shops, antique centres, cosy cafes and inns all built in the mellow local stone, and it has been the focus of town life over many centuries, with the medieval market stocks at one end, the ancient market cross at the other and the impressive St Edwards Hall standing in the centre. Some of the largest sheep fairs took place in the town with up to 20,000 sheep for sale in one day. Today the only market to take place in the square is the monthly Farmer's Market, on the first Thursday of the month, very popular with both visitors and locals alike.

Places of interest in Stow that really shouldn't be missed include England's oldest Inn, the old stocks, St Edwards church with its 'Tolkienesque' North Door flanked by ancient yew trees and the tombstone of Captain Hastings Keyte who died at the battle of Stow. Not far away from the town centre are the old wells in Well Lane where you can view the ramparts of an Iron Age fort.

Lunch: We plan to treat you to a delightful lunch today near Stow on the Wold. At The Wild Rabbit they support British farmers and artisan producers and their menu reflects this. The award winning kitchen uses the finest seasonal ingredients to create dishes that celebrate traditional British cooking with a contemporary twist.

ON TO TETBURY
Tetbury, an historic wool town, is the southern gateway to the Cotswolds. The town is known as an architectural gem with many of the wool merchants' houses remaining the same as they were in the 16th & 17th centuries during the height of it's the town's prosperity from the wool trade.

Tetbury's buildings of note include the Grade1 listed Market House, for centuries this has been the hub of the town & markets are held here regularly on Wednesdays & Saturdays. The Parish Church of St Mary's (the Virgin & Magdalen) has one of the tallest & most elegant spires in the U.K and greets the visitor whichever way they arrive. The Chipping (now a car park) means market and was for centuries the site of the mop fairs where local farmhands, labourers & domestic staff offered themselves for employment. The cobbled Chipping Steps flanked by weavers cottages climb from lower Tetbury to the Chipping & are one of the iconic views of the town. The Police Museum in the Old Court House houses the world renowned Alex Nicols collection of handcuffs & restraints, together with Gloucester policing memorabilia.

Tetbury is well known for its independent shops, including antiques, vintage & interiors, exclusive boutiques & the Highgrove shop.

Tetbury celebrates over 1300 years of recorded history since Tetta's Monastry was mentioned by King Ethelred in 681AD. In 1633 the Earls of Berkeley allowed Tetbury inhabitants to buy the Manor & the Borough. A body of townsfolk governed the town & became Feoffes or trustees, the Feoffes still exist maintaining a respectful presence & performing duties of care within the town.

Hotel Check in and Leisure
Arriving to Tetbury we will check in to our wonderful accomodations and relax before meeting later for an orientation walk in route to dinner.

Orientation Walk
You will meet your Tour Captain this evening and venture off for a leisurely stroll through town.

Optional Dinner with Tour Captain Tonight
Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant that is close to their heart.

Accommodation in Tetbury, 2 Nights
Deluxe: The Close Hotel or similar
Classic: The Snooty Fox Hotel or similar


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Tetbury

Day 8: BATH AND COTSWOLDS DISCOVERY

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After breakfast, we drive to Bath and enjoy an in depth tour including the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent.

Walking tour of Bath - The Romans developed Bath as a city of recreation, rather than a garrison, and built around the hot springs a sophisticated series of baths used for bathing and curative purposes. Royal Crescent - A row of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent in the city of Bath, the Royal Crescent was designed by architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774.

Set perfectly in the dramatic Avon Valley, it is a rare combination of river, canal and architecture of true character. It's no surprise that this place has drawn people through the ages. With plenty of pubs, cafes and restaurants you will not have trouble finding a nice place to eat lunch today.

Stroll through the town and you will walk through time. Wander and wonder. The Romans, Saxons, Normans, Georgians and Victorians have all left their mark - each creating a chapter in Bradford on Avon's remarkable story.

We will return to our comfortable accommodations this afternoon allowing you free time to enjoy as you wish before a nice included dinner tonight.

Story Way® Dining
Join your Tour Captain for a delightful evening in one of the area's nicest restaurants.


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London

Day 9: STONEHENGE TO LONDON

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Stonehenge Discovery & London
After breakfast we're headed through the Salisbury Plain and over to Stonehenge. Explore this mysterious circle of standing stone monoliths placed by a still unknown people.

Stonehenge Visit
Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. Explore the ancient landscape on foot and step inside the Neolithic Houses to discover the tools and objects of everyday Neolithic life. Visit the world-class exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and come face to face with a 5,500 year-old man.

Optional Lunch
Relax and enjoy countryside views while eating delicious, locally-sourced food in the café. Try one of their famous Stonehenge rock cakes or enjoy a beer from the Stonehenge Brewery. BACK TO TOP

London Arrival
We arrive into the heart of Old London to check into our accommodation in the late afternoon.

London Orientation Walk
This evening you will step out with your Tour Captain to have a look at the area near your hotel. You can join the Tour Captain for dinner nearby or you may opt to take in a nice show or explore on your own.

Optional Dinner with Tour Captain Tonight
Tonight for dinner you may explore on your own, however, the Tour Captain will invite you to join them to a special restaurant in the heart of London.

Accommodation in London, 2 Nights
Deluxe: Amba Charring Cross or similar
Classic: The Sactuary House Hotel or similar


London

Day 10: LONDON IMMERSION

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Farewell Dinner Tonight with Tour Captain

Start your morning sightseeing in style as your Tour Captain and our local Guide escorts you throughout London.

Historic London Panoramic Tour
The romance of this historical city of London Town is apparent every step of the way. London England on the Small Group TourOur experience in London with our official Blue Badge Guide will include views of Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Hyde Park, the Houses of Parliament, St. James Palace and Buckingham Palace. We will enjoy certain perspectives by foot with our local guide.

We will have time for lunch independently near the Tower of London.

Guided Tour: Tower of London
We enjoy a visit and admission to the Tower of London. Upon arrival to the Tower of London, the Beefeaters guide us through this special venue. A completely included experience that takes us back in time to the early 1080s. William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the center of his London fortress and nothing like it had ever been tried or seen before. Through the centuries that followed, successive monarchs added to the fortifications.

London as You Wish - Walking Level: Moderate, Leisurely Pace: Volume: Moderate
The balance of the day is yours at leisure to explore London Town perhaps like the locals with our included Tube Pass. There are several optional venues and sites located around the Tower of London that you may want to visit, including St Paul's Cathedral (free admission), or take a ride on the London Eye. The Tower Bridge is also nearby.

Maybe a Full Afternoon Tea at one of London's fine hotels or the now famous, Harry Potter Walking Tour. You may also consider the Royal Mews (carriage house) at Buckingham. Or consider a shopping trip to world famous Harrod's or simply stroll Hyde Park.

Return to the hotel at your leisure using your new knowledge of the London Tube (this routing is very easy!).

Story Way® Dining
Enjoy a farewell dinner with the Tour Captain or you may opt out to experience an optional activity such as a play.


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Departure Day

Day 11: HOMEWARD BOUND
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Optional departure transfers to the airport for your returning flight to the USA (flights not included) are available for $94/person.  

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Inquire with reservations for pricing and details.

To reach us by telephone, call toll free 1-877-865-6711


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Heart of City Hotels mean your experience is like none other in the travel industry.

Edinburgh Hotels - 2 Nights

There is a difference between centrally-located hotels and Story Land & Sea®'s Heart of City hotels. No taxis or shuttles required when you're in the historical heart of the cities and villages. Our Deluxe tour hotels feature a full, hot breakfast included daily with cappuccino, tea, juice and an assortment of meats, fresh, local vegetables, fresh-baked pastries and fruit. Classic Budget guests will enjoy a continental breakfast.

 

Windermere Hotel - 1 Night



Chester Hotels - 2 Nights

 


Tetbury Hotels - 2 Nights

London Hotels - 2 Nights


11 Days England with Scotland & Wales True Small-Group Tour

  • We've tried to include everything! However, make note of the following:

    Arrival Transfers in Edinburgh
    $89 per person (2 guest minimum)

    Departure Transfers in London
    $94 per person (2 guest minimum)

    Full Hot Daily Breakfast Included on Deluxe Tour
    1 Lunch Included
    4 Unique Dinners Included: Our Tour Captains will invite you to join them to unique restaurants each night even when dinner is optional.

    Continental Daily Breakfast Included on Classic and Budget Tour
    1 Lunch Included
    1 Unique Dinner in EdinburghOur Tour Captains will invite you to join them to unique restaurants each night even when dinner is optional. Upgrade to the 5 total dinners for $390 per person.

    August Departures: On departures in August you will enjoy the Edinburgh Military Tattoo as part of your package. Admission is dependent upon availability and tickets may not be available if you book too close to trip departure. We recommend booking no later than 120 days prior to trip departure.

  • Enjoy a True Small Group of never more than 16 Travelers. Guaranteed. No waiting on big groups on big buses.
  • Hotels in the heart of the cities and towns.
    Not on the outskirts of town so no shuttles or special transfers needed.
  • We Never Upsell while On Tour.
    See any of the mainstream tour operator itineraries to the UK and you will see very quickly how their "tour directors" make extra revenue.
  • Story Land & Sea® Tours provides gratuities for your Local City Tour Guides, Tour Drivers, Restaurant and Hotel Staff.
  • Customary gratuities for your Tour Captain are not included and should be extended on a voluntary, individual basis...
  • Off-the-Beaten-Path and unique Restaurants throughout the itinerary. 
    A authentic restaurants that fit our group size.
  • Daily Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 5 Unique Dinners (1 Dinner on Budget Option)
    Our dinners are at real restaurants (not buffets at the hotels).
  • All Admissions and Sightseeing as defined on itinerary
  • Portage Included through your Small Group Tour.
  • Services of professional Tour director called a Tour Captain. 
    The Tour Captain serves as your host throughout the trip to ensure everything goes according to the journey's plan.
  • Services of Professional Guides
    We use professional, certified guides for our sightseeing at select venues and sites throughout the Small Group Tour. 

TOUR CONDITIONS:

Services of a full-time, experienced guides and professional Tour Captain.

SIGHTSEEING
Comprehensive daily sightseeing per itinerary via private transportation with experienced, local driver. Admission & entrance fees to all sightseeing as detailed per itinerary.

DAILY BREAKFAST, SOME LUNCHES AND DINNERS
Full, hot breakfast daily. Lunches and dinner included per itinerary. Coffee or tea included with breakfast only; all other beverages are extra. Select dinners are included at unique restaurants. Classic Budget includes welcome dinner in Edinburgh and breakfast, 1 lunch. 

PORTAGE
Portage (one suitcase per person) and all tipping (driver, restaurant, hotel and guide staff) included. Extra bag portaged for $USD119 per bag. Story Land & Sea® luggage tags upon arrival first hotel.

SOLO TRAVELERS 
Single Supplement applies. See Dates & Rates Tab.

PASSPORTS & VISAS
Travel documents are your responsibility including compliance with customs' regulations. PASSPORTS: A valid passport is required and must be obtained in person by each tour member at a local passport office.

LODGING & ACCOMMODATIONS
Tour prices are per person, based on two persons sharing double or twin-bedded room with private bathroom with tub or shower. Single rooms subject to availability and at an additional cost (tour participants without a roommate will have to pay the single room surcharge). Hotels used are based on your itinerary.

SERVICE CHARGES AND TAXES: All departure taxes and tipping are included. 

Airfare is not included but it can be quoted here. Remember, you are responsible to arrive at the point of your small group Italy tour origination. If you are delayed for any reason, your vacation may be at risk even if Story Land & Sea® made your airfare arrangements. Airfare is a completely separate booking from your land tour vacation. You can cancel your vacation with a 100% refund up to 90 days prior to departure. Within 90 days you will begin receiving penalties per the terms of the Tour Application should you have to cancel.

Travel Protection is not included. Story Land and Sea® recommends that you purchase a travel protection plan to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected. A Protection Plan can include coverage for Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption, Emergency Medical and Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation, Trip Delay, Baggage Delay and more.

For more information on available plans or to enroll, go to travelexinsurance.com or contact Travelex Insurance Services at 800-228-9297 and reference location number 06-0051.


 

Our England with Scotland & Wales Tour
From $5,979 for 11 Days


Departures

— Small Group Tour Prices —

Published prices are based on a guaranteed departure with at least six (6) Story guests — Inquire with reservations to find out your preferred departure's current tour size and price: 1 (877) 865-6711

Take over a departure for your own private group - inquire for details.

Prefer to travel with just the two of you? Inquire for our Private Journey option with either one of our Story Tour Captains® or Story Local Hosts®.

Prefer to travel with just the two of you? Inquire for our Private Journey option.

2019 DEPARTURES
Published Date Tour
Size
Deluxe
4 to 5 Star Boutique Hotels
Classic
Budget
3 to 4 Star Boutique Hotels
Departures in May - September 2019
May 15: Sold Out - Inquire for other options or a Personalized Journey. Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
May 22: Sold Out - Inquire for other options or a Personalized Journey. Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
June 14: 10 Positions Left
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
July 2
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
Aug 2
Includes Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Max 16 Guests $7,279 $5,879
Aug 16
Includes Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Max 16 Guests $7,279 $5,879
Sep 5
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
— Small Group Tour Prices —

Published prices are based on a guaranteed departure with at least six (6) Story guests — Inquire with reservations to find out your preferred departure's current tour size and price: 1 (877) 865-6711

Take over a departure for your own private group - inquire for details.

Prefer to travel with just the two of you? Inquire for our Private Journey option with either one of our Story Tour Captains® or Story Local Hosts®.

Prefer to travel with just the two of you? Inquire for our Private Journey option.

2020 DEPARTURES
Published Date Tour
Size
Deluxe
4 to 5 Star Boutique Hotels
Classic
Budget
3 to 4 Star Boutique Hotels
Departures in May - September 2020
May 11 Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
May 25 Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
June 15
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
June 22 Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
July 6
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
July 13 Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
Aug 3
Includes Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Max 16 Guests $7,279 $5,879
Aug 17
Includes Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Max 16 Guests $7,279 $5,879
Sep 7
Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579
Sep 21 Max 16 Guests $6,979 $5,579

 


 

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