Paul Hulme has a deep and extensive knowledge of the U.K. and uses his experience of history, heritage and geography in putting together tours for the more discerning visitor and those who are looking to have a tour which takes in their interests. Things such as genealogy, history, literature, photography and countless other possibilities. Being a member of the Institute of Advanced Motorist, M19667 customers can rest assured that they are in safe hands as they are driven in comfort around the U.K.
1. How long has the business been operating and how did it start?
Since 1994. We saw so many people not getting the best out of their visit to the U.K. Either because they were herded with dozens of other people in a big bus tour, not necessarily going to where they wanted to, and not staying anywhere long, or trying to "go it alone" and not knowing how to find the best accommodation or miscalculating distances and driving times and not having anyone to guide and advise them. That is why we set out to help, by providing a personal service, arranging tours of the U.K. based around what our visitors tell us that they want.
2. What is your company's mission?
To give visitors to Britain a trip that will live in their memories forever.
3. What does your company specialize in?
Small, individually planned tours, to give visitors to the U.K. something that they cannot find with more rigidly organised large tours.
4. Who is the founder or owner of the company and briefly describe his/her past activities?
Paul Hulme - someone who has travelled wide and long around the U.K. Previously involved in sales and marketing, with the emphasis on customer relations. Deeply interested in the study of all areas of the history, geography and culture of the U.K and has spent many years acquiring an extensive knowledge of the subjects.
5. What is your most popular travel package and why?
We don't do "pre-formed packages". That is why we are popular!
6. What is the best compliment you received from a client?
"This trip has been the highlight of my life" from a lady in Arizona, who just wanted to immerse herself into the English/British way of life.