NoteWorthy’s Conscious Travel Promise

Since the company’s inception in 1986, NoteWorthy clients have positively impacted the destinations they travel in, visiting museums and landmarks, making donations to local charities and supporting causes close to their heart. Last year NoteWorthy donated over £ .5M to worthy causes.

Our Conscious Travel Promise – By including NoteWorthy experiences in their itineraries, clients will directly benefit the destinations they visit.

Find out more here.

Travel + Leisure A-List 2024 Travel Award

For the 11th year running, Nicola Butler has been awarded the A-List Travel + Leisure award as a Top Travel Advisor and specialist for UK & Ireland.

The world-renowned travel publication sought feedback from clients: “I’m indebted to Noteworthy for understanding how to capture the imagination of a seven-year-old in a way that was fun and engaging for mom and grandmother, too.”

Here is Nicola’s full Travel + Leisure profile.

~ February 2024 ~

NoteWorthy sponsors 2024 G2G3 Conference

NoteWorthy headline sponsors the 2024 edition of the UK’s biggest business development conference for professionally qualified tourist guides and guides in training, taking place in Oxford between 8-9 January 2024.

Mark King, Conference Chair and London Blue Badge Guide: “We are truly grateful to our Headline Sponsor NoteWorthy who has generously supported this conference and our professional tourist guide community.”

~ December 2023 ~

Poe Travel features NoteWorthy Festive Experiences

Poe Travel recommends their favourite NoteWorthy exclusive festive experiences in the United Kingdom, Ireland and France.

Since 1961 Poe Travel has been best known for cutting-edge itineraries that lead their clients to places and experiences otherwise inaccessible to the traveling public.

Read the article here and discover these experiences.

~ September 2023 ~

Travel + Leisure feature top travel specialist for UK and Ireland, Nicola Butler

“Nicola’s clients, often ultra-high-net-worth travellers, rely on her to plan one-of-a-kind experiences — many of which are too exclusive to divulge. Luckily for travellers, she’s just as comfortable planning a modest family vacation or a quiet country getaway. Trends Butler is noticing in travel? Ireland, always popular, is growing even more so. Stately manor hotels are opening up in quieter parts of England and clients are more and more interested in sustainability, including donations to local organizations all along the route.”