England tours & Ireland tours.
Small group, leisurely guided tours. Lots of history & fun!
BUNRATTY CASTLE, SHANNON.
INCLUDED banquet in this authentic 15c MacNamara castle.
Enjoy an INCLUDED trip along Dublin Bay.
DURTY NELLY'S PUB, SHANNON.
Enjoy INCLUDED drinks in this historic tavern opened in 1620.
INTER-CITY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Enjoy INCLUDED train trips in Scotland & England.
DEVON CREAM TEA.
Enjoy an INCLUDED yummy Devon cream tea in Dartmoor.
BAKER STREET STATION.
Enjoy FREE travel on London Underground trains.
Enjoy INCLUDED dinners in ancient pubs like 800 years old Turf Tavern, Oxford.
THE MERRY PLOUGHBOY PUB, DUBLIN.
Enjoy INCLUDED music nights with dinner in Irish pubs.
IRISH SEA FAST-FERRY.
The Club Class Lounge is INCLUDED on certain routes.
Enjoy INCLUDED porterage at hotels.
THE ROCK OF CASHEL.
Enjoy an INCLUDED guided tour of St. Patrick's spectacular Rock of Cashel.
Enjoy an INCLUDED pint or two or three of Guinness in Ireland.
Enjoy your INCLUDED River Thames cruise.
England tours & Ireland tours : Testimonials for the owners/directors.
A selection of thank you notes from the last 30 years on England tours, Ireland tours & Great Britain tours. All original letters/emails are on file in our office.
“The time has sped by so rapidly it hardly seems possible that almost 4 weeks have gone by. We thank you for making our trip so extra special. Your history resumes & jokes made the days interesting. Thank you for all your help. Should you get to the San Fransisco area we’d love to have you & Pam visit us.”
Name, address & phone number supplied. June 1997 on Hilton National Hotels guest stationery.
“Thanks for the wonderful tour & your expert guidance. We will miss your daily tips & jokes. You made the trip enjoyable, educational & fun. You do a great job.
Names supplied. Jarvis Hotels guest stationery. Undated.
“You are certainly skilled as a touring guide. We appreciate all the history of the British Isles & all the jokes you told. We also enjoyed the tip of the day. Thanks for all the information, we enjoyed the trip & you & [the driver*].
There was a bonnie fellow called Gregg,
Who was always pulling our leg,
The storied he would tell,
Were really quite swell,
He may have got some from the keg!
Ha! Ha!” Names supplied, undated on a thank you card purchased in “Birthdays” card store somewhere in England! [*Driver's name omitted here as sadly he has passed away since the tour.]
“You are a book of knowledge as humor (dry) and subtle Blarney. Your thoughtfulness of detail made a well guided tour meaning. Great Britain takes pride in maintaining its history and thru your eyes gave me a humorous view. Best wishes.“
Christian name supplied, undated on Swallow Hotels guest stationery.
“How lucky we have been to have had you as our Tour Director. This is my fourth tour and you have been head & shoulders above the other guides. Your organizational abilities, your knowledge of British history & your sense of timing have made this trip so very enjoyable and I don’t want to forget your sense of humor & tips of the day – all were super.“
Christian name & surname supplied but surname illegible, dated October 2000 on Hilton guest stationery.
“On October 11th  we returned from a wonderful two week tour of Scotland, England & Wales. Pam & Gregg White of Jolly Good Tours put the itinerary together & accompanyied us. Everything was taken care of: train tickets, hotel reservations, meals, two harbour tours, ans so much more. All we had to do was sit back & enjoy!
Greg knows English history & made the tour come alive! Even historical plaques on many buildings had a funny story that needed to be told. Edinburgh, Scotland is a breathtaking city ……..
Ending the tour in London was a special treat – Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral & the Tower of London are sights you will never forget. We would encourage you to let Pam & Greg take you on a marvelous tour of the United Kingdom.
Your traveling friends.“
Christian names supplied on an email dated 10/27/11
This page is a selection of testimonials attributed personally to Gregg White & Pamela White. The relevant parts of letters/emails are represented here exactly as written by the author with no corrections of grammar or spelling. One American lady spells ‘harbour’ the British way so we left it as is! Why don’t you come & join the fun! We would love to have you. A word of warning however, my jokes are much worse than they were at the time some of these letters were written.