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Active Breaks

For those who would rather get up and go, Active Holidays for Groups covers an across the board range of places to go and things to do. From ramblers walks and tours to weekends away in areas of outstanding natural beauty. The south has an awe-inspiring variety of activities for every group.
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For the outdoor lovers consider Walkfree Breakfree. Based in Buckinghamshire Walkfree Breakfree offers groups the chance to get out and enjoy cycling, walking weekends and outdoor activity breaks across some of the UK’s most breathtaking countryside. Fully customised, they offer group walks, holidays and tours tailored to your requirements, interests and budget - live life and get outdoors with Walkfree Breakfree.
Out and About in the New Forest... If your group would like a gentle ramble or a more strenuous walk; if they are into bird-watching or deer-spotting; want to take some nice photos; learn more about the New Forest or just enjoy a nice social event, then Fuzzacker Guided Walks can accommodate you. Contact them to arrange walking tours which will suit your group's needs. Coach commentary tours around the New Forest also available.

Country Lanes offer an alternative way to enjoy an afternoon getaway in the New Forest. Just 15 minutes from the M27, groups can rent bikes from Brockenhurst and follow an easy 13 mile off-road trail through the beautiful new forest stopping at a local pub where you will be given a tasty pub snack and drink as part of a one day Pub Pedaller cycling package.

Alternatively there is Hidden Britain Tours also specialising in Guided Walks & Tours of the New Forest. Their experienced coach guides make the Forest come alive. They tell stories about the Forest, its history and culture. Clients will leave the Forest less a stranger and more as a friend. Specialised tours groups can enjoy include Jane Austen Country Tour and a Downton Abbey Tour.
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Book the holiday your group deserves with Away Resorts, Mill Rythe Holiday Village. The park offers plenty of exciting things to do - top class facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, coffee shops, bars and large dining facilities. During their stay your group will enjoy a variety of fantastic meal options and a full programme of entertainment from the Mill Rythe Show Cast, resident live band and visiting star cabaret. Your group will be left feeling spoilt with the group benefits for groups of 20+. Coach parking available. Accommodation can be allocated to ensure your group is kept together.
Introducing UK Electric Bike Tours, the new way to discover Kent as a group. Whether it’s one of their scheduled tours or a self-guided electric bike hire, a group can visit many of Kent’s great attractions including historic castles, churches and pretty market towns. Popular trips include a visit to the hop farms in Weald or a vineyard tour around Kent’s award winning and oldest vineyard. What better way to discover Oxford's history, famous connections and odd traditions than on foot. The Official Oxford Guided Walking Tours are a fascinating and entertaining way to explore and learn about this unique city. The tours cover a wide range of topics from an introduction to the city and its University to Inspector Morse, Harry Potter, J.R.R. Tolkien and more. Private Tours can be tailor-made for individuals or groups and give you the flexibility that you need when visiting the city.

The information contained in this feature is given in good faith on the basis of information provided by TSE members. TSE cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions, subsequent alterations or misinterpretations. The information within this feature was correct at the time of publication in April 2014. It is advisable to check directly with the establishment concerned to ensure that information is still accurate and available. 

       

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