Our day tours
Leave the busy streets of London for the quite calm idyllic villages of the Cotswolds. Stop in the town of Burford for tea before visiting villages like The Slaughters, The Swells and Broadway. The 14th century village of Chipping Campden lined with small independent shops is a great place for lunch.
The Victorian seaside resort of Brighton is home to The Royal Pavilion, one of the most exotic royal residences in Europe. Take a stroll through ‘The Lanes’ narrow streets filled with antiques and rare finds. After lunch see the wonderful state rooms and fine art collections at Arundel Castle.
A walk through the home of the Grantham family is a must for Downton Abbey fans. Also visit the church that has seen the shows weddings, funerals and a jilting at the altar. Walk through the village where many of the outside scenes are filmed and visit the Downton Abbey gift shop.
Built on a small island in the lake Leeds is said to be the most beautiful castle in Britain. Continue on to Canterbury to see the cathedral that dates back to 1070 before heading to Dover castle perched on top of the White Cliffs. On route visit a country village where time has stood still for many years.
8 Hours £550
A full day of London touring with lots of options along the way.
See the major sites of London and choose the sites you would like to see in more detail. The possibilities include Westminster Abbey, The Tower of London, The London Eye, The British Museum, St Pauls Cathedral and Buckingham Palace to name a few.
This tour is an ideal introduction to what London has to offer.
Your chauffeur will drive you around the capital showing you sites like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, The Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, The Houses of Parliament, Downing Street, Westminster Abbey and much more.
Visit Oxford home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Oxford is also a must for all Harry Potter fans. Stop for lunch at the scenic Cotswold village of Woodstock before going on to Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
Stonehenge and Bath is one of the most popular day tours from London.
See the mysterious World Heritage Site of Stonehenge before taking a scenic country side route to the Georgian city of Bath. The baths here were built by the Romans almost 2000 years ago.
Visit the childhood home of William Shakespeare then see his grave inside the church. Take a short drive to see the family home of his wife. Have lunch in a country pub before going on to Oxford home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Oxford is also a must for all Harry Potter fans.
Windsor Castle, thought to be the favourite residence of the Queen, was built in 1068 for William the Conqueror and has been habited ever since. See the state apartments and St Georges Chapel before going to Hampton Court Palace, once home to one of our most famous kings Henry VIII.