Offer exciting new pre-selected holiday itineraries that combine independent, boutique, and luxury accommodation with quirky, classic and inspirational highlights.

Avenue Six local expertise means each itinerary works as a stand-alone trip, can be easily customised to suit individual budgets, or combined with other itineraries for an extended visit duration.

Castles, Cathedrals and Holy Island in North East England

Over six days, explore a place shaped by powerful personalities, Viking raids and above all else, faith while visiting Durham’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Newcastle’s lively quayside, Northumberland’s power castles and tranquil Holy Island.

Exploring York and Yorkshire

Spend time in one of England’s best-loved and most historic cities with its many attractions, and still have time to visit the magnificent private house Castle Howard, and Whitby, the coastal resort that inspired Bram Stoker’s story of Count Dracula.

Edinburgh – Scotland’s capital city

Steeped in history, home to a world famous arts festival and with beautiful architecture at every turn, Edinburgh is one of the world’s top cities to visit, with Royal Yachts, Palaces, Castles, national collections and hidden gem museums to explore.

Scott’s Scotland - Edinburgh and Abbotsford

Combine Edinburgh, one of the world’s top cities with multiple Royal attractions, and a day visiting Abbotsford, home of writer Sir Walter Scott, and discover his influence on Scotland’s history from finding the crown jewels to wearing tartan.

Duchess Day Experiences

Exclusive to Avenue Six, Belvoir Castle can be enjoyed as a day trip from London, or part of a longer stay in the UK. There is also an option where the Duchess personally hosts guests and on these days only, to stay overnight in the castle.

Caledonia Explorer Highlights

Scotland appeals to visitors of all ages so this ten day circular tour covers an immersive route into Scottish cities, mountains, lochs, glens, stories, culture and traditions with visits to the country’s iconic locations, and a wee dram or two.