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 travel to Ravenscar in North Yorkshire, a quirky village built on spectacular cliffs. In Victorian times there were big plans for it to rival the nearby resorts of Scarborough and Whitby, until the company responsible for its development went bankrupt! An opportunity to experience the dramatic coastline and vibrant landscapes of the North York […]Read More
We travel to North Devon for a four-night stay at the Brend Imperial Hotel. The ancient town of Barnstaple was granted its charter in 930 AD and was once a prosperous port, especially for the American trade. It remains a thriving market town with a traditional Pannier Market. There are many […]Read More
Calling all lovers of steam railways and vintage transport! Join us for another very special holiday, travelling on one of South Coast Motor Services’ immaculately presented single-deck coaches from the 1960s. Southdown buses, in their smart green and cream livery, were a familiar sight on the roads of Sussex and Hampshire. The Company’s comfortable coaches, […]Read More
The Isle of Man is not all about motorcycle racing and favourable tax rates. Join us to discover this tiny island’s varied landscape, Victorian engineering marvels and enchanting heritage railways and trams. It is just 33 miles long and 13.5 miles long, so we can explore most of the Island in just a few days […]Read More
This extended weekend break takes you to Shropshire to enjoy the world’s longest-running flower show. We also visit Ironbridge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and two fine National Trust properties.Read More
This long weekend break takes you to Harrogate in North Yorkshire, where the annual extravaganza of Gilbert & Sullivan is set in the opulent Royal Hall. 2019 will be the 26th year of the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, which, with its special, magical atmosphere, is a truly English eccentricity. As well as the main […]Read More
We have found a super country house hotel in rural Norfolk, where we will enjoy attentive service and good food. Our new tour explores the Norfolk Coast area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes a visit to Sandringham, first opened to the public in 1977 to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.Read More