Sent by Sue Wright
Based in Tallentire
My name is Glynis I am a Travel Counsellor based in Cumbria. I have a 20 year customer service background and have travelled worldwide living across the globe.
Before becoming a Travel Counsellor I was heavily focused in the financial industry. Born in Canada I now live in the beautiful countryside of the Lake District. My passion for travel and my thirst to gain experience in different cultures has driven me to change career and provide a fantastic reliable and personal travel booking service. My aim is to make your trip, the experience of a lifetime and tailored to your every need. You provide me your requirements and I will make your dream a reality.
As your Travel Counsellor, I can provide you with any possible travel requirements that will cater to your needs, any Tailor made holidays; Business Travel; Package Holidays; Weekend Breaks; Cruises; Ski Holidays; Flights Only; Theatre Breaks; Wedding Travel; Airport Parking; Holiday Transfers; Travel Insurance or any other little extras you need.
Travel Counsellors has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and is four time winner of Best Travel Agent voted for by readers of the Guardian and Observer. Bookings are protected 100% against supplier failure, with ATOL and the Travel Counsellors trust, giving you the peace of mind knowing your booking is safe with us.
Travel Counsellors recognises that not everyone is free to discuss their travel arrangements during the working week. My company’s award winning technology enables me to work from home and means you can contact me at times when most other travel agents are unavailable.
I look forward to discussing your future travel plans with you.
I absolutely live and breathe travel and I love to write about my experiences! Please take a look through my posts - you might find your own holiday inspiration.
01 November 2016
Budapest is one of those cities that constantly ranks in various top ten lists, yet it’s still hardly visited by many travellers. After seeing so many amazing pictures, I finally decided to make a stop there on my most recent Euro trip. With stunning architecture, refreshing thermal baths, and a culture that can be unique, Budapest lives up to its reputation. Many travellers have yet to commit to Budapest due to old fears. It’s part of Eastern Europe so people tend to have misconceptions of what to expect. English is very commonly spoken, and I assure you there is no communism here. It’s a must visit for tourists looking for something a little off the beaten path. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break, or a cultural historic adventure, Budapest offers it all. I was extremely lucky to have stayed in the Boscolo Hotels which has been named the most beautiful café in the world. I felt like I was in St Paul's Cathedral, definitely worth a visit for high tea if not an overnight stay. Make sure you bring your walking shoes. We did the hop on hop off and saw every attraction that was listed. However jumping off and exploring the amazing streets and buildings adds to the mileage you will accumulate. Eating and drinking will not drain the Bank. We had a knight out in the Jewish quarter with all the quirky ruin bars and spent between £1.75 and £2.00 a pint and less for a glass of wine.
20 October 2016
Toronto is Canada’s most populous city – and one of the world’s most fascinating destinations. There is so much to do, see, and experience here that you are truly spoiled for choice. I recently stayed at The Hotel Victoria’s prime location in the city’s downtown district puts excellent shopping, delicious dining, and exciting cultural attractions right at your fingertips. I loved spending time at the Hockey Hall of Fame, Canada’s favourite sport, which was founded in 1943 to honour both those who helped to develop it and the stars of the modern era. You can also pick up all your souvenir's here, a one stop shop! If you love shopping don't miss out on the Eaton Center. With its magnificent glass galleria and well over 230 shops and restaurants, the Toronto Eaton Centre is an experience not to be missed. It’s connected to the Bay, Canada's largest general merchandise retailer, and newcomers Saks and Nordstrom’s. The harbour front has so much to offer, you will be spoiled for choice with international cuisine, or grab a Tim Hortons and walk along the front and take in the fresh air and view of Lake Ontario.
Tallentire Cockermouth 29/03/2017
Dearham, Maryport 16/07/2016