Explore English Homes and Gardens with Historic Annapolis
Date: May 27 - June 3, 2018 - Full Payments due by February 9
Historic Annapolis is pleased to announce that we have partnered with travel company Wild Blue Yonder to offer a seven night trip to explore Southeast England.
Next May, join a group of like-minded travelers to explore the castles, estates and gardens in the Southeast of England. We’ll be touring several National Trust sites, as well as other famed gardens and historic places. Our base will be the popular Georgian spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent. It’s been attracting visitors for over 400 years, ever since a mineral water spring was discovered here, bringing royal visitors looking for eternal health.
Here’s what’s included:
- Seven nights at the beautiful Spa Hotel in Royal Tunbridge Wells
- Full breakfast every morning in the hotel
- One-year membership in the Royal Oak Society
- Transportation to the houses and gardens every day
- Admissions for all houses, gardens, boat ride and private tours
- Wine social every night in the hotel before dinner
- Restaurant recommendations for Royal Tunbridge Wells
What’s not included: lunches and dinners, transport to and from the airport, out-of-town train tickets, your flight to London and back home, or anything else not listed under “What’s included.”
There are no single supplements to pay. Each person has his or her own room.
You can reserve your place on the trip with a $650 deposit, payable by check, made out to Wild Blue Yonder (Wild Blue Yonder, 1001 Spring Street, Suite 623, Silver Spring, MD 20910). If you’d rather pay with a credit card via PayPal (there’s a 3% surcharge), let us know (email Sheila at SCampbell@wildblueyonder.biz) and we’ll send you a PayPal invoice.
Please be sure to read all the Frequently Asked Questions and Terms and Conditions. If you have more questions, you can contact either of the trip leaders directly:
Or, at Historic Annapolis:
Physical Requirements for This Trip
Although this trip is not strenuous, you will be walking on uneven pavement, rough garden paths and grassy hills. None of the manor houses we visit have lifts; you must be able to climb several flights of stairs, and walk at least a mile on hilly ground without a rest.