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Ideas For Easter!
Ideas For Easter!

With Easter coming up soon, why yourself and the  family to a holiday! Whether you fancy a city break or a traditional seaside holiday, we have a number of breaks for you over Easter*!

We’ve also some great deals if you’re looking for a seaside break. Over the Easter weekend, we’ll be setting off to the Isle of Wight, where you’ll be staying at a hotel that’s located near the beach. Here, you can enjoy a tour around the island and visit the popular sights!

We’re also offering a tour to the south coast, where you can enjoy a holiday in Eastbourne and Brighton! You’ll be staying at the Royal Parade hotel in Eastbourne, which has a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. You’ll also be able to enjoy a day in Brighton, where you’ll get the opportunity for a wander on the beach, explore the famous Brighton Pavilion and you’ll be able to visit the amusements on the pier!

Are you looking for family-fun this Easter? Let us do the driving, as we have plenty of tours that will make everyone happy! We still have places to the exciting and incredibly popular Harry Potter Studios Tour, where you can learn about the baffling workmanship and the magic that created Hogwarts and the world around it!

Legoland Windsor is also great for little kids, as there are over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and plenty more attractions that will make Legoland a holiday to remember!

Calling all chocoholics, we have some fantastic tours to Cadbury World, where you can experience the fun and joy that goes into Cadbury chocolate with an insight into how the confectionery is made and the history behind the Cadbury family. We’re also offering a one-day excursion to West Midlands Safari Park, where you can go on a four mile safari and see over 600 animals!

If you’re looking for something different, check out Torquay and the Eden Project where you can enjoy all the best bits of the seaside, but also have a day out to the Eden Project—a charity where you can experience the sights and the smells of  the rainforest, learn about the environment, plus they have events on throughout the year–so keep a look out about what’s on when you’re going!

Take a long weekend break to Cotswolds Steam: Cheltenham and Avon Cruise.  Here, you’ll get a full-day Cotswold tour where you can explore Bourton-on-Water and Cheltenham and enjoy a steam ride through the Cotswolds from Cheltenham to Toddington! You’ll also have the opportunity to visit Shakespeare’s Stratford–a beautiful scenic break for you and your special someone to enjoy!

We’ll also be going to the Limestone Mines in Derbyshire! Here, you can enjoy a canal boat ride where you can view the spectacular limestone mines. Plus, you’ll be able to enjoy a steam train ride, where you can discover the breathtaking views of the Derbyshire Countryside!

Wanting to escape the country? We have tours going to places such as Ostend and Bruges. Here, you can enjoy five miles of sandy beaches and a full day excursion in Bruges—which if often referred to as “Venice of the North.”

We also have “Easter in Paris”, where you can enjoy the holiday in style! You can go shopping at some of the trendiest stores, or enjoy the world famous sights and we’ll be throwing in a romantic Seine cruise followed by a three course meal at a Bistro in the Eiffel tower area.


*Some breaks may be subjected to your local pick-up point.

Jersey and Guernsey By Air For Groups!
Jersey and Guernsey By Air For Groups!

Did you know that our Groups Department here at Travelstyle can take the hassle out of organising a trip to the beautiful Channel Islands by Air?

With our friends at Destination Specialists, we can offer a wide range of accommodation across both Jersey and Guernsey for groups of any size! Whether you are looking for simple no thrills or luxury properties with all singing, all dancing facilities — we can help!

Flights are available from many local airports to both Jersey and Guernsey throughout the year with a variety of operators. What’s great is that some of these carriers will offer a ‘hold’ seat service without a financial penalty to give you time to get your group together!

We have worked with the guys at Destination Specialists for many year and since they’re based in Jersey, their knowledge of the Channel Islands is second to none! All holidays are fully bonded via ATOL 9503, so you can book your group with the knowledge that you are 100% protected.

We can also add a variety of excursions whilst on the islands to suit your groups interest and a local representative will be available to assist with any requirements.

We will sort out transfers from the airport to the hotel for you as well plus if you need transport to get to your chosen UK departure airport we can help there, too!

So, what’s stopping you? Use our online tools to request a quote or give Vicky a call on 0844 682 0014 and let us show you just how easy it is to organise a group trip to Jersey or Guernsey!

What to do in Isle of Wight?
What to do in Isle of Wight?

When the weather is right, there is no need to go abroad when you have places like Isle of Wight right on your doorstep. It’s a place where you can soak up the sun on the beach with a few drinks or have an outdoor adventure with plenty of places for walks and outdoor sport.

The Isle of Wight is known for their award-winning beaches, so it would be rude not to spend some time walking along the sands taking in the costal views, having a sandcastle building contest or going for a splash about in the sea!

Well, maybe you want more than just spending some time on the beach? As said earlier, the island offers plenty of outdoors-y things to do! You can go for long walks, bike rides and horse riding all around the coast, as there are 500 miles of footpaths to keep you on track! If you’re feeling brave and wanting to do something more extreme, Isle of Wight also offers tutorials in paragliding, sailing and tree-climbing with knowledgeable guides to make sure your safe and enjoy the experience. The island is also known to be a hotspot for avid fishers, so if you fancy taking up the sport (or already do), the Isle of Wight is a fantastic place to do either sea water or freshwater fishing.

If you’re looking for something more relaxing, the Isle of Wight offers great shopping, plus has an array of craft shops for you to enjoy. You can stop off at the many cafe’s the island, such as The Beach Cafe—a local favourite, which is located opposite the award winning Blue Flag beach in Sandown that offers freshly cooked food, homemade cakes and pies and an array of wine and beers. There are also plenty of restaurants if you’re looking to dine out, from Italian Michelangelo’s to the trendy Coast Bar – Isle of Wight has enough to whet your appetite!

There is also lots of museums, too! One that’s great for all of the family is Dinosaur Isle, which has a wealth of dinosaur’s bones and fossils with lot of interactive activities. Another popular attraction is Cowes Maritime museum where you can see Uffa Fox’s dinghy! You should also see the Ventnor Botanic Gardens, as the place has a wonderful display of sub-tropic and exotic plants. Another much loved attraction is Jurassic Jim’s Fossil Shop, where you can have a browse and see the fossils (what Isle of Wight is famous for!) that has been collected by none other than Jurassic Jim himself!

If you enjoy a party, be sure to go to the Isle of Wight during the July and August months, as there are carnivals all over the island! Some are illuminated and some are for children, but what you can depend on is a vibrant atmosphere and great fun!

Click here for more information on our tours to Isle of Wight!


Affordable Food in London!
Affordable Food in London!
Finding new restaurants and new cuisine is all a part of the holiday experience—and it’s even better when you can do it on the cheap! At Travelstyle, we’ve taken the time to find some great eateries for you to experience in none other than the big capital—London. London can be an expensive place to dine out, but with a bit of research we’ve found some great cafes and restaurants to fill your bellies without breaking the bank!

Honest Burger

It is what it says on the tin!Honest burgers are made from 35 day aged beef and sculpted into thick patties, seasoned with salt and rosemary. The burgers are accompanied with skin-on chips. For the vegetarians, they make a fritter made from cauliflower, tomato, sweetcorn, shallots, spices, coriander and cucumber yoghurt. All burgers are from ÂŁ8–a great price for a great thing!

There are numerous Honest Burgers scattered throughout London:  Camden Lock Place, Meard Street in Soho, Brixton Village, Portobello Road, Pentonville Road in Kings Cross, Market Place in Oxford Circus, Tooting High Street and Widegate Street in Liverpool ST, 75 Venn Street in Clapham.

Le Mercury, Angel

Another fine eatery that ranges from £4.45 for your starters and £9.95 for your mains! At Le Mercury, you’ll get to try some tasty French cuisine, from starters like white wine poached pears and Stilton or ham hock-terrine to mains like slow roast pork belly and seared filled salmon. No complaints for the price!


You can always tell if a food place is good if there’s a long queue full of locals – and that is what pizza place Maletti is like. It’s a pizza joint that has oodles of character and serves pizza the Italian way – as a rectangular slice. They also serve risotto of the day and their homemade onion rings are supposedly To Die For. It’s great for snacking on-the-go around London and the prices start from ÂŁ3.95.

You can find Maletti on Noel Street in Soho.

The Vincent Rooms

Hidden in Westminster, The Vincent Rooms is a fantastic restaurant that serves gourmet food at a reasonable price. It’s a restaurant that brings lavish food, classic dĂ©cor and attentive service – and the prices of the mains are in the brackets of ÂŁ8 – ÂŁ12, while the starters are between ÂŁ4 – ÂŁ6. Does it all seem too good for the price? Well, that’s because The Vincent Rooms are staffed by catering and hospitality students from Westminster Kingsway College, but that shouldn’t put you off as they’re observed by pros at all times.

You can find The Vincent Rooms off Vincent Square in Westminster.

Koya, Soho

If you’re looking for something a little different, why not try Koya? The Japanese restaurant uses fresh ingredients, such as seaweed from the coast of Wales and fish bought fresh from the London fish markets. It’s a great place for authentic Japanese dishes made from British products—plus, there is a wide selection of vegetarian meals. Dishes are in the price range of ÂŁ7 to ÂŁ15.

Koya is located on Frith Street in Soho.

Holiday to the Costa Brava!
Holiday to the Costa Brava!
With the cold and windy January weather, it’s no doubt that we’re all craving some heat! This year, Travelstyle will going to the Costa Brava to explore tranquil Lloret De Mar and the vibrant city of Barcelona. If you’ve never explored the Costra Brava, let us give you a brief overview…

Go For the Beaches…

The Catalonian coast is famed for its golden beaches! Not too far from your hotel, you will be able to visit the Fenals Beach where there are plenty of sun beds, cafes, bars in the surrounding area. It’s also known to be a quieter beach in the area, so you can top up your sun tan or read your book in peace.

Go for the Catalan Heritage…

We’ll be offering an inclusive tour to explore the Catalan heritage. We’ll be making stops in Figueres, the birthplace of artist Salvador Dali, and we’ll also be visiting the Cadaques, where you can see its charming seafront and harbour.

Go for the Vibrant Cities…

Catalonia offers fantastic cities, rich in architecture and culture. We will be stopping off at the capital of Catalonia—Barcelona. Barcelona is famed for its art and style, as you’ll find Europe best preserved Gothic Quarter and will also see the modernisme architecture that has been designed famously by Gaudi. You’ll also get the opportunity to visit the Cathedral city of Girona, which has plenty of sights for you to see, such as the Girona Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter (which is an incredibly moving experience), Film museum, the Girona Art museum, and so much more. Plus, you’ll get a an afternoon in one of the most popular resorts in the area, Tossa de Mar.

Go for the Exciting Nightlife…

Lloret de Mar’s nightlife attracts a lot of visitors because of its variety of bars, discos and pubs. It’s known as the nightlife capital of Costa Brava because of its liveliness, bright lights and selection! Plus, there’s a great choice of restaurants if you’re looking to treat yourself!

Click this link for more info on a holiday to the Costa Brava!

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