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Just Go! Holidays launches 'Just Go! Premium' collection

Just Go! Holidays has launched ‘Just Go! Premium’, a bespoke collection of new tours.

The new holidays have been created to offer customers customised touches, including unique excursions and guided tours, smaller group sizes, four-star hotels with spa facilities and a dinner at a restaurant in the local area.

Available on selected dates between May and August 2022, initially four tours are featured with more expected to be added in due course. The holidays include experiences such as a guided tour of Cambridge University by a university Alumni and a punting tour with a student guide, a private guided tour of the Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park in Ripon with a gardener, a guided tour of the Royal Shakespeare Company with cream tea at the rooftop restaurant and a traditional horse-drawn barge cruise on the Kennet and Avon Canal.

Each five-day tour includes accommodation in a four-star hotel with spa facilities, a welcome drink on arrival, porterage, a range of excursions and one dinner in a restaurant or pub nearby. Group sizes have also been kept deliberately small and added extras are also included such as a leather ticket wallet, luggage tag and an umbrella. Tours are also escorted throughout by a dedicated tour manager and no single supplements apply.

www.justgoholidays.com/agents


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