Whether it is just a short break for two or three days, or a longer tour, Roadmark is proud of the fact that, for a small coach company, we are able to offer such a variety of exciting, and often unusual destinations around the UK and abroad.
We are pleased to offer this Tony Pragnell tour for the second year running. Enjoy a trip on the Settle-Carlisle Railway, Roman History and great Lakeland scenery with the Mountain Goat, with Tony as your guide. The tour is based at the four-star Crown Hotel in Wetheral, a pleasant village in Cumbria, perfect for exploring […]Read More
Every two or three years we include a visit to The Isle of Man, famous for its stunning coastline, spectacular scenery and gentle pace of life. This charming Island has a rich heritage and history, and also boasts one of the most impressive vintage railway systems in Britain.Read More
The picturesque 18th century Winnock Hotel is nestled in the village of Drymen, near the shores of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The 3-star Hotel offers excellent customer service, fine Scottish cuisine and a traditional bar area with an extensive selection of ales, spirits and wines and over 70 different malt whiskies.Read More
Roadmark has visited the Toorak Hotel in Torquay on numerous occasions and the feedback has been consistently good. There is a quiet, country-house atmosphere and the restaurant is renowned for its delicious food, with buffet style breakfasts and tempting table d’hôte evening meals. This early autumn break features West Country produce menus and nightly “Tribute […]Read More
This will be our second holiday with family-run company English Holiday Cruises, departing from Gloucester on board the Riverboat Hotel, the Edward Elgar. The 6 day/5 night inland cruise combines England’s first ship canal with a voyage of delight and discovery along part of Britain’s longest river through glorious countryside to the Cathedral City of […]Read More
Don’t be alarmed, as this is not the name of the hotel where you will be staying! Although first aired in 1975, this loveable British sitcom stands up to this day as a jewel in the BBC’s comedy crown. Who can forget hotel proprietor Basil, his long-suffering wife Sybil and, of course, the hapless Spanish […]Read More