BATH PRIVATE TOURS WITH SURROUNDING AREAS
BATH, STONEHENGE AND WINDSOR TOUR. 12 HOURS
BATH AND STONEHENGE TOUR. 11 HOURS
BATH, STONEHENGE & SALISBURY . 12 HOURS
BATH, STONEHENGE AND LACOCK TOUR. 12 HOUR
BATH, STONEHENGE, CASTLE COMBE. 12 HOURS
BATH AND COTSWOLDS TOUR. 12 HOURS
- Roman Bath, Castle, Stone Circles, Quaint Villages, Cathedral,Abbeys, Shopping and Pub Lunch.
- Experienced driver and a private car.
- Reasonable price and friendly service.
- Up to 12 hours with unlimited mileage.
Choose your locations to visit, or if you need any help planning your itinerary, we are here to help, provide us with your interests we will make a tailor made itinerary for you so you get the most out of your day.
It is your private tour, we are very flexible with the tours and pick up times, and can pick you up any time of the day.
After your tour we are happy to drop you anywhere in Central London such as Theatre or a restaurant etc.
ATTRACTIONS TO VISIT:
BathHere you will be able to see the Roman Baths with their natural hot springs, the Pump House, Abbey and beautiful Pulteney Bridge. Today Bath is a thriving city, and a haven for shoppers, with shops ranging from Antique shops to designer shops.
Bath is a town set in the rolling countryside of southwest England, known for its natural hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture. Honey-coloured Bath stone has been used extensively in the town's architecture, including at Bath Abbey, noted for its fan-vaulting, tower and large stained-glass windows. The museum at the site of the original Roman-era Baths includes The Great Bath, statues and a temple.
Lacock, Castle Combe, Bampton, Burford, Bibury, Bourton-on - the-Water, Lower and Upper Sloughter, Chipping Campden, Hidcote Manor, Broadway, Broadway Tower, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, Oxford and Blenheim Palace.
Windsor Castle is situated above the River Thames on a hill and has a royal history that dates back over 900 years. Monarchs have continuously made Windsor Castle their home right back to William the Conqueror up to the present day with Queen Elizabeth II.
At Windsor Castle, the largest continuously occupied castle in the world, you will be able to view the famous Queen Mary's Doll House, the state apartments, view the royal collections, and St. Georges Chapel.
Windsor is also famous for its traditional shops, market and pubs. If you do not wish to visit the castle Eton College is just a walk away across the bridge, which has had many famous students including Prince William, Prince Harry and many others including David Cameron. You can also wander around the town, view the castle from the outside and take the leisurely river cruise
Stonehenge the most famous prehistoric monument in the world and a World Heritage site dated back to nearly 5,000 years ago. This monument has remained a mystery since its construction thousands of years ago.To this day we are not sure how Stonehenge was built or what it was used for.
It could be a temple of the Druids of Celtic religion, a cemetery from the Bronze Age, an observatory of the moon or even an astronomical clock.
The surrounding landscape is also fascinating. It contains huge prehistoric monuments, stretching over several kilometres like the Avenue and the Cursus, massive earthwork enclosures like Durrington Walls and the North Kite, and hundreds of burial mounds.
Salisbury dates back to 1220 when the hill top settlement of Old Sarum moved to this location. Upon arrival, you visit the Salisbury Cathedral, built in just 38 years between 1220 and 1258 AD.
The Cathedral is a magnificent example of early English Gothic architecture surrounded by 8 acres of lawn and Britain's largest medieval Close. Fascinating treasures include the best preserved copy of only four surviving Magna Carta which forms the basis of the American constitution. Salisbury Cathedral has Britain's tallest spire, at 404 feet, and Europe's oldest working clock, dating back to 1386 AD.
At the time of the Norman Conquest, Bampton was one of the three largest settlements in the county. It had an important salt works and an early market. The town enjoyed amazing prosperity in the early Middle ages. The village of Bampton was used for filming outdoor scenes of Downton Abbey, most notably St. Mary's Church and the library, which serves as the entrance to the cottage hospital.
BurfordBurford is a medieval town on the River Windrush in the Cotswold hills in West Oxfordshire, England. It is often referred to as the 'gateway' to the Cotswolds.
BiburyA picturesque and the most visited village in Cotswold. The Main attraction is Arlington Row cottages, were built in 1380 as a monastic wool store. This was converted into a row of cottages for weavers in the seventeenth century. Arlington Row is a popular visitor attraction, probably one of the most photographed Cotswold scenes.
Bourton-on-the-WaterThis popular village is often referred to as the 'Venice of the Cotswolds' because of the attractive little bridges that cross the gently flowing River Windrush, which runs through the centre of the village. Stow-on-the-Wold - is a delightful market town, perhaps the best known of the small Cotswolds towns.
Lower and Upper SloughterThese villages are considered to be one of the prettiest in the area and are well photographed. The village is only accessible by car.
Chipping CampdenChipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century.
Hidecode Manor Garden - A famous Arts and Crafts garden, located at the village of Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire.
BroadwayThe beautiful and historic Cotswold village of Broadway is a memorable place to stay and a perfect base from which to tour the local area and enjoy the stunning walks. The pretty High Street is lined with horse chestnut trees and includes a mixture of period houses and picturesque honey coloured Cotswold stone cottages which have lured visitors for centuries.
Broadway TowerBroadway Tower is a folly on Broadway Hill, near the village of Broadway, in the English county of Worcestershire, at the second-highest point of the Cotswolds. Broadway Tower's base is 1,024 feet above sea level.
Stratford-upon-AvonA medieval market town in England�s West Midlands, is the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare. Possibly the most famous writer in the English language, Shakespeare is known for his sonnets and plays such as 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Hamlet'.
Warwick CastleWarwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon.
Highclere Castle is a country house in the Jacobethan style by the architect Charles Barry, with a park designed by Capability Brown. The 5,000-acre estate is in Hampshire. Home of the 8th Earl & Countess of Carnarvon and the film location of the ITV / PBS hit show Downton Abbey.