Our Excursions

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100 Excursion(s) found

 

Mompesson House

Wednesday 20th March 2019

This Grade 1 listed house was constructed for Sir Thomas Mompesson (MP for Salisbury in the late 17th Century) and since then has been home to the artist Barbara Townsend and the Bishop of Salisbury before it came under the ownership of the National Trust.  There are other attractions close by, including Arundells, The Berkshire […]

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London in Song

Thursday 21st March 2019

In Roadmark Travel’s 30th year we would like to remember and pay a special tribute to Les Anderson, one of the founders of the company, who passed away in 2018.  Join Mark as we drive to London’s Docklands, with a musical tribute to Les and a quiz during the journey. On arrival we will board […]

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Lunch at The Moorings

Friday 22nd March 2019

Fast becoming a Roadmark favourite, we travel once again to The Moorings, a traditional English restaurant which is located on the beach in Pevensey. We will be served a delicious three course lunch whilst enjoying the coastal atmosphere.  There will be a stop for coffee on the way to Pevensey (cost not included).

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Thriplow Daffodils

Saturday 23rd March 2019

We make our annual visit to Thriplow for the Daffodil Weekend, which celebrates its 51st year in 2019. Visitors step back in time, walking the beautiful traffic-free lanes and connecting footpaths, visiting residents ‘Open Gardens’, Craft Barns, Marquees, Stalls and Demonstrations, and experiencing the warm and friendly atmosphere. Daffodil Weekend is a village community (450 […]

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Beautiful Bath

Saturday 23rd March 2019

There is plenty to see and do in the historic City of Bath, which is best explored on foot as most of the attractions are within a short walk of each other. See the famous Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths. Stop off for a bun at Sally Lunn’s and leave […]

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Eastbourne in Spring

Sunday 24th March 2019

Eastbourne is a firm favourite with Roadmark customers. The town still has an air of elegance about it – its gracious buildings, avenues and hotels owe their creation to the 7th Duke of Devonshire who designed the resort in 1834. The long esplanade overlooks colourful gardens and there are plenty of places to sit and […]

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A Tour of Lord’s Cricket Ground

Sunday 24th March 2019

Regarded as the home of Cricket, Lord’s opens its’ doors for tours which include The Long Room, Dressing Rooms and the MCC Museum in which you will see the famous Ashes.  On the tour, which lasts approximately 100 minutes, you will be taken on a guided tour of the ground including  many places not normally open to the […]

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Oxfordshire Wanderer

Monday 25th March 2019

Stopping briefly on the way for coffee, we shall arrive in the historic market town of Abingdon. Monday is charter market day and there will be time to browse the market, have lunch and explore this atractive town.  You may prefer to stay on board and visit Millett’s Farm Centre, where there is an excellent […]

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A Spring Mystery

Monday 25th March 2019

Today we will try to show you some of the nicer parts of our countryside in spring. We shall make a stop for coffee and then at a garden centre for lunch (cost of refreshments not included). Our driver will attempt you guessing as to the final destination – expect a few diversions to throw […]

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