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Spa and Cotswold villages tour
Experience the Cotswold's
countryside, England's famous sights and explore off-the-beaten-path with
your private driver-guide
With the overnight Stonehenge, Bath Spa and Cotswold villages
tour, you can enjoy the Cotswold countryside and visit some of
England's most famous sights. In addition indulge yourself at the NEW
Thermae Bath Spa located in the ancient city of Bath.
1. Enjoy a private tour of Stonehenge, Europe's most famous Neolithic
stone temple with shaped stones weighing up to 45 tons, construction began
over 5000 years ago. Enjoy lunch at an English country pub, or enjoy a
picnic at the romantic and secluded ruins of Old Wardour Castle, in bedded
deep in the Wiltshire countryside. This 14th century castle is rare, almost
magical and often free from the crowds. Tour the World Heritage City of
Bath with more listed buildings than London! Tour The Roman Baths with
plunge pools and hot springs - plus Bath Abbey, with its impressive vaulted
ceiling. Explore the most elegant Georgian crescents and squares. Overnight
Day 2. Thermae Bath Spa - the only place in the UK where
you can bathe in natural, hot spring water - used for thousands of years
for healing, relaxation and leisure. The exquisite Hot Bath, designed
in the 18th century, has now been restored as a sanctuary of spa, health
and well being with sophisticated modern facilities. Treatments include:
Watsu - floating in the natural thermal waters while being massaged by
a specialized therapist - a wonderful experience.
Tour the Cotswold's hills see famous towns, villages and off-the-beaten-track
hamlets. The Cotswold's is renowned for its gardens, visit Hidcote Manor
Gardens, one of the most delightful and influential gardens in England.
Created in the 20th century by the great horticulturist Major Lawrence
Johnston; a series of small garden 'rooms' connected to the house creating
the illusion of an additional annex of rooms, halls and corridors. Close
by is another sublime Cotswold beauty, Kiftsgate Court Gardens, situated
on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment with wonderful views toward the
Malvern Hills. The Cotswold is the perfect region to enjoy a really great
pub lunch, your private Chauffeur-Guide will suggest only the best. Return
Family friendly tour
This tour has been designed to appeal to families with children up to
Experience an African Safari on a grand English estate, explore a lost
medieval Castle and tour glorious Warwick Castle.
1. Enjoy a private walking tour of Oxford city with your guide,
see Christ Church college, film location for the Harry Potter movies.
The Hogwarts dinning hall will delight Harry Potter fans. Warwick castle
is what you would expect a medieval castle to look like, towers, battlements
and powerful gates. Demonstrations of the English longbow, jousting and
medieval warfare can be seen. Your guide will take you through the apartments,
Dungeons, torture chambers and 'King Maker' attraction. From April see
the world's largest trebuchet, measuring 18 meters high and weighing 22
tons! Watch this monster of a medieval siege engine fire a huge stone
ball over 300 meters.
Tour the Cotswold region, famous for honey coloured cottages, pretty villages
and country pubs. Stop for afternoon tea in an elegant English country
house hotel. Overnight Bath.
2. Tour Bath's elegant squares, crescents and tour the World
famous Roman Bath's, your child friendly guide will help the younger members
of family understand the Roman way of life, but make it fun. Tour off
the tourist trail and explore England's hidden valleys, quiet villages
and local pubs. Our secret castle will be revealed, isolated, forgotten
and great fun to get lost within its stone walls. Your guide will explain
the fascinating history of this unusual place.
Longleat House is one of England's greatest Elizabethan country homes
and the family will enjoy a visit to the state apartments. Your chauffeur-guide
after some encouragement will drive through the safari park, featuring
mischievous Rhesus Monkeys, Tigers, Bears, Rhino, Zebra and a large pride
of African lions. Finish the day getting lost in the world's largest yew
hedge maze and explore the adventure castle. Drive by Stonehenge and return
Windsor Castle, Stourhead Gardens and Oxford tour
Tour a World famous Castle, City and Garden, England's finest.
This tour is perfect to see three of England's most famous historic sights,
Royal Windsor Castle, the University City of Oxford and explore the English
countryside and tour of Europe's greatest 18th century gardens, Stourhead.
1. Windsor is the largest inhabited castle in the world and remains
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II weekend home, but is not exclusively used
by the Queen on the weekends. The Queen entertains heads of state at Windsor
Castle usually during April. Recent state visits held at Windsor Castle
include the President and Madame Chirec of France to mark the centenary
of the Entente Cordiale in 2004. Royal weddings also take place at Windsor
Castle, Prince Edward and Miss Sophie Rhys-Jones were married at St Georges
chapel in 1999.
Today Windsor Castle is still a working Royal Palace and also accepts
tourist visits. The grand state apartments, St Georges Chapel and Queen
Mary's dolls house can be visited. Enjoy lunch in Windsor town.
history begins with the priory of St Frideswide, founded in AD 727. The
city became known as a centre of learning and by the year 1200 many English
scholars had returned from study in Europe. Today there are thirty-nine
college's, and seven private halls. Tour Christ Church College, Oxford
and see the incredible dinning hall, Cathedral and ancient cloisters.
See the divinity school and old schools quadrangle, masterpieces of early
17th century architecture. Your guide will give you a true insight into
life at Oxford, its architecture and history. Continue your tour through
the lovely Cotswold's countryside. Overnight Bath.
2. After breakfast tour the city of Bath. Tour the Roman Bath's
museum and Assembly Rooms, a hive off activity in the late 18th century,
a meeting place for the differing levels of the polite classes. Time was
spent tea drinking, playing cards, dancing, meeting the opposite sex and
socializing in general. The Assembly Rooms also feature a superb museum
of fashion. Depart Bath and venture into the countryside and enjoy lunch
at a country inn.
Tour Stourhead Gardens, an outstanding example of the English landscape
style of garden. Famous for its large collection of exotic trees, magnificent
vistas with carefully placed classical temples. This was the garden that
inspired the English aristocracy to change the way their estates were
laid out, and adopt the romantic idealized landscapes of paintings by
Claude Lorrain. Stourhead Gardens is a complete dream. Drive by Stonehenge
en-route to London.
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