Leger Holidays, the escorted tours and coach holidays specialist, has increased its UK range for 2021 and beyond, with 20 new tours.

In total 33 tours will be available, from only £269 for a four-day break, with departure dates from June 2021 through to November 2023.

The escorted tours and coach specialist will offer 33 domestic breaks in total, with prices from £269 for a four-day holiday.

Ashley Dellow, Leger Shearings Group’s head of retail sales, said: “Leger Holidays is well known for its European escorted coach holidays and previously included maybe just a dozen UK tours in their collection.

“The number has been significantly increased with the addition of 20 new UK tours.

“This isn’t just in reaction to ‘2021 being the year of the staycation’ – the holidays are also featured in Leger’s 2022 and 2023 collections.”

Tours are between three and eight days and there is also a 14-day Best of UK & Ireland tour.

The 20 new tours cover destinations such as Cornwall, Isle of Wight, Wales, Scotland, Yorkshire, the Cotswolds and the Lake District.

They include the Discover Newquay, Falmouth and the Eden Project tour, which costs from £429 for four nights, including half-board accommodation.


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Meanwhile, sister brand Shearings has a new ‘More Included’ collection of UK tours, which offer excursions such as rail journeys, castle visits, wine tasting and museum tours.

Prices start from £389 for the four-night Scottish All-Inclusive, Edinburgh, Ayrshire and the Borders tour.

Shearings has 14 UK tours due to depart on May 17 when lockdown restrictions are due to be eased.

Dellow said: “As we look to restrictions loosening, combined with the vaccine programme going well, domestic tourism is set to take off from, all being well, May 17.

“Although confidence is growing, there is still some caution and a desire to not travel too far.

“Coach tours offer point-to-point travel, with strict health and safety protocols on board, in the accommodation and on excursions and with small groups of people.”