6 Nights of England
6 Nights of England
This tour is customisable and private. We can provide a driver-guide with Luxury Sedan (3 PAX) or Van (8 PAX). For larger families and groups we can provide coaches from 16 to 49 seats with driver AND guide.
Experience the wide variety of landscapes and regional culture in only 1 week - including York, Lake District, Peak District, Cotswold, Bath and Lincoln.
Discover delightful villages, ancient monuments, cathedral cities, along with the lakes and peaks of England.
Great Britain has a rich and fascinating history, dating back to around 6500 BC, you’ll find monuments marking its history all over the country.
To fully experience life in England’s ‘home counties’, pull on your wellington boots and wax jacket to participate in one of many country pursuits!
Your Tour Details
Day 1. Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Wiltshire Villages.
Visit Windsor Castle, a working palace. Home to the Queen and the largest and oldest continuously inhabited castle in the world.
Enjoy a private guided tour of the mysterious site of Stonehenge. This ancient temple was built around 5,000 years ago, making it older than the pyramids of Egypt.
Stop off at a real ‘local’s’ pub in a classic English village.
The great advantage of having your own driver-guide is to take scenic routes that are ‘off the beaten track’ and explore England’s country lanes, hamlets and lesser known Wiltshire villages.
Day 2. Stourhead, Old Wardour Castle and the Roman Baths.
Stourhead House is regarded as being one of Europe’s greatest landscaped gardens, featuring grottos, lakes and temples on a grand scale.
Old Wardour Castle is isolated, forgotten and great fun to get lost in! Your guide will explain the fascinating history of this very unusual place.
Tour the ancient Roman Baths. Built over 2,000 years ago, the Romans harnessed the hot local springs and were able to engineer a magnificent complex of plunge pools, steam rooms and saunas. End your visit to Bath with a visit to the impressive abbey.
Day 3. Cotswold and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Take a journey through England’s timeless countryside. Visit the village of Burford and Chipping Campden which are lined with antique shops and tearooms. Stop at the villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter and visit the old mill to pick up a souvenir.
Arrive at the market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of the famous poet and playwright, William Shakespeare. Visit Anne Hathaway’s cottage, the marital home of Shakespeare. Stop by Holy Trinity Church which is where the famous writer was baptised and buried.
Day 4. Peak District and Chatsworth House.
The Peak District was the first National Park to be established in Britain and one of the most visited in the world. From upland peaks, covered in peat to rolling lowland hills, the scenery is a patchwork landscape of moors, woods and pastoral valleys.
Chatsworth House is one of Britain’s greatest treasure houses, renowned for the quality of its paintings and sculptures. The gardens features a maze, 200 metre cascade and the Emperor Fountain, one of the tallest gravity-fed fountains in the world.
Overnight: Lake District.
Day 5. The Lakes and Beatrix Potter.
There is more to the Lakes District than its world famous natural environment. There are many towns and villages to explore, whether nestled in valleys or on the side of a lake. Coniston, Windermere, Ambleside and Grasmere each have their own story to tell.
Beatrix Potter’s Gallery at Hawkshead contains original artwork of her most famous drawings and watercolours. Also on display are some of Beatrix’s personal possessions. Visit Hill Top Farm, the home of Beatrix, purchased after the success of the Tales of Peter Rabbit.
Overnight: Lake District.
Day 6. Yorkshire Dales, Fountains Abbey and York Minster.
Enjoy the outstanding scenery of deep valleys, rich hay meadows and grassy hills as well as working farms. Known as ‘James Herriot Country’, the park covers 680 square miles and is home to castles and ancient monasteries.
Nestled in a wooded valley stands the awe-inspiring ruins of Fountains Abbey, built in the 12th century by an austere order of Cistercian monks. The Abbey now forms part of an extraordinary 18th century water garden featuring moon-shaped pools, temples and cascades.
In the afternoon, tour York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and includes a unique collection of medieval stained glass.
Day 7. Lincoln and Cambridge.
Lincoln Cathedral is a Gothic triple-towered building that stands out magnificently above the surrounding countryside. The famous stone carved ‘Lincoln Imp’ sits above the Angel Choir.
The university city of Cambridge is full of different architectural styles; Kings College Chapel was founded by King Henry VI and is one of the most impressive Gothic buildings in England. Archaeological evidence links the city to the Roman and Bronze Age.
Return to London.
Our new SUVs are perfect for city and countryside touring. Panoramic roof, large seats and easy access are all key features of our fleet. This vehicle is ideal for long distance touring, especially when including Britain’s National Parks. This vehicle makes easy work of mountain passes, country lanes along with being supremely comfortable. Luggage capacity: 2 medium cases plus 2 small carry-ons.
VW & Mercedes-Benz passenger vans
Our range of passenger vans are suitable to fulfil a number of different roles, depending on the number of people travelling, the amount of luggage and the length of the journey. Our Mercedes vans have 7 passenger seats, plenty of head and leg room. Our VW vans have more space and more luggage capacity and therefore are ideal for extended touring with groups up to 7 people. Luggage capacity: 8 medium suit cases plus 2/3 small carry-ons OR 5 large suit cases plus 2/3 carry-ons.
BMW Grand Tourer
This vehicle is super comfortable for 2 people, touring the countryside on an extended tour or day trip is a breeze. This Grand Tourer has a long wheel base, which means more leg room than your average sedan, higher seating position making getting in out of the car easier. Another nice feature is a full panoramic roof This BMW also has a smooth and quiet ECO engine and a certain amount of style too! Luggage capacity: 2 medium cases plus 2 handbag sized pieces of luggage.
Our luxury motor coaches can cater for every group size from 21 to 49 passengers. All of our luxury coaches are air-conditioned, have radio/pa systems and are fitted with seat belts. Some have a refrigerator, monitors and washroom facilities. Luggage capacity varies.
This vehicle is ideal for small corporate groups or large families. Large windows, cool boxes and quiet modern engines will enhance the touring experience. These vehicles have 15 passenger seats and rear area with tables. Luggage capacity: 15 medium bags plus carry-ons.
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Since 2002, we have created British travel experiences for individuals, families, groups and corporations. Driver-Guided Tours, Chauffeur-Driven Transfers and Behind-the-Scenes Tours, Unique Accommodation, Customised Group Programmes and VIP Experiences, Premium Tickets to Theatres, Sporting and Cultural Events
And why we do it!
Our aim is always to be an ‘upgrade’ to anything else available, but without going ‘over the top’ with our prices. We started our business by offering simple day tours and deliver them well. It was not long before our clients were asking us to include more services and events – this we took as a compliment and felt it showed they trusted us and had confidence that we would deliver to a high standard, without the fuss.