England may not be a big place, but it certainly punches above its weight in terms of the attractions to enjoy on a luxury holiday. There's heritage and history in spades; spectacular scenery from coastlines to cityscapes and culture galore - both contemporary and traditional - that makes England simultaneously a throwback in time and one of the most progressive countries on the planet.

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Why we think you’ll love it

  • No trip to England would be complete without a visit to the capital city, London
  • The traditional Cotswolds, with its quaint villages dotted throughout the countryside, is like stepping back to times gone by
  • Royalty! Our Queen and Royal Family, and the history behind the monarchy, is a fascinating subject for tourists and locals alike

England Vacations: The Detail

Despite England's diminutive size, visitors will soon realise that the sheer number of things to see and do means the country requires more than one visit to do it justice. That said, we know how to make the most of each and every stay, whether you want fast-track access to that must-see castle, the best viewing point for Changing of the Guard or perhaps to meet a Lord or Lady in their private home - Downton Abbey, anyone?

Enjoy England's pomp, pageantry and world-class museums, and stand in the footsteps of famous writers and poets, all before enjoying a cup of tea and a traditional scone, naturally.

Top picks for England

London Westminster Skyline



London is in our humble (and completely biased) opinion the greatest city in the world with its wealth of historic architecture, global food scene and array of activities and attractions.

Where to go

A rooftop view of Oxford

The Cotswolds


The Cotswolds is a slice of quintessential England - pretty villages, intimate pubs and the odd celeb hang out.

Where to go

A panoramic view of Ullswater in the Lake District

The Lake District


The spectacular scenery of the Lake District combined with its literary connections make this region one of our firm favourites.

Where to go

Pictured is the Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge

The Heart of England


If you want to go off the beaten track in England, head to the Midlands where you'll find the home of Shakespeare, beautiful university towns like Cambridge and the rolling hills of the Peak District.

Where to go

Two deckchairs overlooking Brighton Pier

The South of England


The South of England, so easily accessible from London is brilliant for day trips and more! Whether you wish to visit the vibrant Brighton, iconic Cliffs of Dover or historic towns of Canterbury, Battle & Rye there is something here for all ages.

Where to go

A view of a Dartmoor sunset

The West Country


For the outward-bound type, look no further than the West Country - watersports and hiking are in the mix here along with a great art and music scene for culture vultures.

Where to go

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