It’s the variety that makes Great Britain so special and nowhere else on the planet seems to pack quite so much into such a small space. Landscapes range from the urban metropolises of London and Edinburgh, to the snow-capped mountains of the Cairngorms; from the honey-coloured towns of the Cotswolds to the steep-sided valleys of the Lake District. Wherever you go, you are never more than a mile or two from an ancient church, a magnificent country manor house, a ruined castle or a pretty village.
Thanks to the success of British films and television programmes exported around the world, many visitors arrive in Great Britain already armed with a sense of familiarity, even if the cultures and traditions are somewhat esoteric. The language of course is also familiar to many visitors, which makes travelling around the country so straightforward.
A journey through Great Britain is a veritable journey through history. You can walk along the battlements of a medieval fortress much as soldiers did hundreds of years ago, or touch a 5,000-year-old stone circle, before exploring the ultra-modern domes of the Eden Project in Cornwall or admiring 21st century architecture in London or Glasgow.
Far from being a typical English country estate, Aynhoe Park is a place of wonder, extravagance and imagination. The 17th century stately home at the heart of a 250 acre estate is a venue for escapism and fun.
A Grade-II listed, private manor-house hotel on the Farncombe Estate in the Cotswolds with views over to the quintessentially English village of Broadway, offering bespoke services including private chef.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.