Unlike the USA, the tipping culture in Britain and Ireland is very lax. You are not obliged to tip. However, if you feel that you have received excellent service in a restaurant then it is common courtesy to tip. The standard tipping rate is 10% but you can go higher if you feel the service was exceptional.
All tour packages can be paid with any major debit or credit card. We accept the following:
We do not include flights in any of our tour packages. However, we are able to advise you on the most efficient routes available to you. Every aspect of every tour is prepared and ready for you to enjoy from the moment you land in Britain or Ireland.
We cover an extensive range of services on each of our tours. Generally speaking, these include:
● Private chauffeur
● Vehicle hire
● Tour guides
● Your very own dedicated Travel Co-ordinator
We will always recommend you the best bars, pubs, and restaurants to dine in. However, lunch and dinner are not included in the final price unless requested. Moreover, we always ensure that bed & breakfast is covered when making hotel reservations.
This depends on your preferences. Do you prefer hotter temperatures with more outdoor activities? Or would you enjoy the cosy and jovial atmosphere that the festive season brings?
Peak tourist season is between April and September, when temperatures can reach 30 degrees – most definitely if you are in the South of England. Because of the warmer climate, there are more outdoor excursions you can participate in.
Although darker and colder, the winter months have their charm. The festive season across Britain and Ireland is a special time of year when people flock to Christmas markets and cosy pubs to enjoy each other’s company.
The weather in Britain and Ireland can be unpredictable so we would recommend bringing a variety of different clothes. The summer months can get very warm and so it is advised to pack shorts and t-shirts.
Unexpected outbreaks of rain are always a possibility in both countries, so make sure to bring a waterproof. And as you would expect, the winter period can get very cold with temperatures sometimes dropping to below zero – make sure to bring plenty of thick, warm clothing with you.