Glenton Holidays and its sister brand Good Companions are urging telly addicts to put down the remote and instead see the locations where their favourite programmes are made.
A new day trip by coach has just been added to the Good Companions programme for solo travellers, taking customers to the magnificent Manderston mansion* – featured in Ladette to Lady and Edwardian Country Kitchen.
Good Companions and Glenton also feature coach touring holidays to see the village of Laggan, filming location for Monarch of the Glen**, and a host of sites in Yorkshire associated with popular programmes.
The Best of Yorkshire Film and TV*** itinerary includes a visit to the National Media Museum in Bradford to discover how television shows are made, and a trip to Holmfirth, location for Last of the Summer Wine.
It also includes visits to see the sites associated with The Railway Children, Calendar Girls and Robinson Crusoe.
Other Yorkshire holidays from Glenton offer the chance to enjoy Goathland, where the series Heartbeat was filmed.