LTR organises bespoke English vacations in spectacular luxurious English mansions and castles available to rent for exclusive use, and from which you can enjoy everything this beautiful and historic country has to offer. For guests from all over the world, England has long held a special allure. There is so much for visitors to enjoy - the history, landscape, culture and sport are just some of the attractions that bring millions of tourists to England each year. We can now offer even the most discerning traveller a whole new experience in luxury holiday accommodation from castles and stately homes to hire for exclusive use to boutique hotels where the standard of cuisine has improved so much that now even France trails behind. The visitor attractions are continually improving and increasing so that there are almost limitless places for guests to enjoy with national museums that have been hugely improved and where most of them are now free and where the sporting calendar is full all year round. The culture is literally limitless from stately homes, to museum visits, to bespoke cultural tours to book and music festivals. The variety of countryside is incredibly diverse and when considering the breadth of sites to be enjoyed in England, it's almost impossible to know where to start which is where our experienced travel consultants can help by putting together an individually tailored holiday for you.
I suppose you have to start with history which leads our guests towards Stonehenge, the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, the great cathedrals, the ancient market towns, the spa towns of Bath and Cheltenham, the coastal ports, the ancestral homes of Generals who became Dukes to cottages owned by poets, writers and painters in romantic settings or barren landscape. Whatever your interests, be they cultural, historical, visual or activity based, the choice on offer is endless and LTR can arrange your luxury accommodation in private country houses and mansions available to hire for exclusive use, combined with an original and interesting itinerary of sightseeing and activities.
Perhaps England was best summed up by the Bard of Stratford:-
This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616), "King Richard II", Act 2 scene 1
LTR Properties in England