At A Glance:
  • Upcoming departures:
    October 6 - 13, 2024
    October 5 - 12, 2025

    Sojourn begins:
    Swansea, Wales

    Sojourn concludes:
    Glastonbury, England

    Price from:
    $3,495/person (DO)
    $3,995/person (SO)

    Combines with:
    Brewing in Bavaria

    Great Castles of Britain

  • Falcondale Hotel – Lampeter, South Wales

    With a stunning location and the carefully preserved ambiance of a Welsh castle, Craig y Nos Castle offers visitors a unique and relaxing experience. The former home of the opera singer Adelina Patti (who built her own small opera house within the castle), the historic building is adorned with unique architectural details and provides magnificent views over the neighboring Brecon Beacons National Park. Set amidst great natural beauty with running streams, lakes and woods nearby, the hotel tempts guests on the go during the day to relax by a log fire in the Patti Bar each evening.

    Camelot Castle Hotel – Tintagel, Cornwall
    Sitting proudly in Tintagel and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, the stunning Camelot Castle Hotel offers rooms with magnificent panoramic views over the rugged Cornish coastline from Hartland Point in the North, to Trevose Head in the South. With its unsurpassed scenery, natural beauty, peace and tranquility, it is perhaps one of the most inspiring hotels in Britain.

    The Swan Hotel – Wells, Somerset
    Located in the center of England’s smallest city and overlooking what many call England’s most beautiful cathedral, the Swan is steeped in history and offers guests the opportunity to experience the elegance of a bygone era. Parts of the hotel date to at least 1422 and over the centuries the hotel has played host to many famous people, including hosting a feast in honor of Ann of Denmark.

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