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Great Britain

As an island, albeit Europe’s largest, Great Britain’s global reputation is arguably disproportionate to its size thanks to a colourful history of overseas conquests, pioneering trade and a rich industrial heritage.  Four distinctively different, yet united lands are among the most frequently visited in the world with variety, history and eccentricity never far away.  For those seeking a quintessential English escape, The Cotswolds immediately evokes visions of emerald green fields, picturesque towns, quaint villages and country pursuits, with the rich limestone coloured houses a running architectural theme.

Our specialists have personally selected some of the finest houses, ranging from a stylish barn conversion through to a Manor House complete with its own fishing and shooting on site.

Cotswolds

Spanning five counties and a stunning 800 square miles in the south-west of England; the Cotswolds is a delightful tangle of creamy ‘Cotswold-stone’ villages, undulating hills and pretty lanes, each with a story to tell, that has steadily morphed into one of England’s most desirable countryside escapes.  Originally put on the map by the booming ‘Cotswold Lion’ wool trade, which brought riches to the area and left behind an abundance of exquisite villages, the Cotswolds is steeped in captivating history with evidence of Neolithic settlements and the remains of Bronze and Iron Age forts.  

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The Red Savannah Experience

The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. Put together a small team of the most experienced (nobody has less than 10 years experience) travel designers and provide a service that revolves around knowledge, empathy and genuine friendliness. A company that brings back craftsmanship and substance, without the glitz and over-hackneyed travel jargon. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.

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