7 Nights Town & Country

7 Nights Town & Country

7 Nights Town & Country

Incorporating the best of London and the countryside, this trip is probably one of the most popular with couples, particularly honeymooners.

Both the luxury town house and the country resort hotel have been picked because of their prime location, splendor and exclusive amenities.

The trip includes accommodation, touring, entrance fees, airport transfers and theatre tickets.

We have included our London favourites, such as Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and British Museum. Touring outside of the city includes Windsor Castle, Hampton Court, Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford, Blenheim Palace and of course - the Cotswolds.

Each day is flexible, so we can tailor the below itinerary to suit a specific interest you may have.

Your Tour Details

Itinerary Details

​Day 1. Arrival Day. Transfer from London Heathrow to your Central London hotel.

One of our professional chauffeurs will meet you inside the arrivals hall, assist with luggage and escort you to the vehicle. The journey time from Heathrow Airport to your central London hotel will take around 40 minutes.

We have made arrangements for a classic pub dinner at your ‘local’. This will be within walking distance from your hotel.

Overnight: 5 Star London Town House.

Day 2. The Classic Tour of London.

Enjoy a private tour inside Westminster Abbey, famous for the coronations and royal weddings. The abbey is one of London’s most impressive buildings architecturally, with its breathtaking chapels and monuments.

We can arrange a traditional ‘Fish and Chips’ lunch. The classic British dish is cooked and sold in pubs and restaurants to varying standards across London. We want you to have the best ‘Fish and Chips’ experience. Therefore, we have gone to much trouble eating at many of the best venues that serve the classic meal in an attempt to discover the greatest ‘fish & chips’ in London. Let us know your preferences for food when enquiring.

Stop by Buckingham Palace and see the magnificent residential home of the Royal Family. See the palace balcony where Prince William famously kissed his new wife, Catherine in 2011. Watch Changing of the Guard, subject to army schedule.

Tour Tower of London, an ancient royal palace and castle. Individuals of significance were detained inside the Tower of London, including Anne Boleyn, Thomas Cromwell, Princess Elizabeth and Guy Fawkes. See the Execution Site and meet the residential ravens which ‘patrol’ the grounds. See the collection of Crown Jewels on display inside the Tower of London, including the Imperial State Crown. Also on display is the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross, which contains the Cullinan diamond at 530.2 carat, also known as the Great Star of Africa.

Sightseeing tour en-route: Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Harrods, Tower Bridge, London Eye, Kensington Palace, Shakespeare’s Globe, Covent Garden, HMS Belfast, royal parks and hidden streets and squares not normally seen on standard tours.

Alternative options: The Family Tour of London or the Arts, Museum & Cultural Tour.

Evening - We have included best available seats for up to 30 West-End musicals and plays, including: ‘Ghost’ the musical - Woman in Black - Legally Blonde - Death and the Maiden - War Horse - Wicked and many more. Please contact us for a full list.

Overnight: 5 Star London Town House.

Day 3. Bloomsbury and British Museum with a walking guide (half day)

Your personal guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel at 9.00 am.

Stroll through the area synonymous with reactionaries such as the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood and the Bloomsbury Group. Wander through ancient legal sanctuaries, Lincoln’s Inn and Grays Inn, and discover hidden squares, gardens and a Charles Dickens museum.

After a morning coffee, enjoy a personal guided tour of the British Museum. See the Rosetta Stone, the key to the mysterious hieroglyphs, the mummies of ancient Egypt and come face to face with a real 5000 year old mummified body. Time permitting visit the Hunterian medical museum for a truly strange experience. The Hunterian museum has a large collection of ancient medical instruments, human anatomy and curiosities such as the bones of giant!

Alternative Option: Greenwich & River Cruise, Churchill Cabinet War Rooms, or Shakespeare’s Globe & St Paul’s Cathedral.

Overnight: 5 Star London Town House.

Day 4. Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace.

Windsor Castle is a working palace and the oldest and largest continuously inhabited castle in the world, making it a real must-see for royal enthusiasts. Originally built by William the Conqueror, the monarchy have added additional buildings to the castle over the last 900 years. Windsor Castle has survived two sieges during the Magna Carta Wars, the English Civil War and during the modern world wars. So wherever you stand, you’re surrounded by history.

See the State Apartments which represent Gothic, Classical, Rococo and Jacobethan styles of architecture. Visit St George’s Chapel, a 15th century building on the lower ward of the castle. It is the last resting place of royalty such as Edward IV, Henry VIII and Charles I. You can still see the original wooden choir stalls. The oriel window on the north side was a present to Catherine of Aragon from her husband, Henry VIII. Completed in 1924, the Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is over 3 feet tall and was built as a gift to Queen Mary. The miniature house is perfect in every detail; it has electric lighting and running water. Many craftsmen and artists contributed to the presentation such as the furniture, carpets and walls. Even the bottles in the cellar are filled with wine.

See Eton College, the exclusive and famous boys’ school once attended by Princes William and Harry. Founded by Henry VI, it was initially for the education of poor boys but has now become one of the leading private boarding schools in the country. Over 18 Prime Ministers received their education at Eton, including David Cameron. The college has hosted sporting events for the Olympic Games in 2012.

The inspiration for historical novels and location for films, Hampton Court has it all. There is much to see and do for both adults and children. Enjoy a private guided tour inside Hampton Court Palace, with architecture and furnishings reflecting the tastes of kings and queens over a period of some 300 years. Tour the authentic Tudor kitchens; they would have had the capacity to cater for a court of 600 people – a huge daily operation without modern appliances such as microwaves or electric whisks! Visit the great hall with its hammer-beamed roof and tapestries. Travel into another century and see the Baroque State Apartments, built during the reign of King William and Queen Mary.

Whatever the weather, the Tudor maze and gardens ought to be visited as they are renowned throughout the world. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee your guide will know how to negotiate the famous maze! Make sure you look up high to see the decorative Tudor brick chimneys which give the exterior of Hampton Court Palace real character.

Overnight: 5 Star Country Resort in Buckinghamshire.

Day 5. Free day to relax and use the hotel facilities.

Overnight: 5 Star Country Resort in Buckinghamshire.

Day 6. Bath and Stonehenge.

​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. It is now classed as a World Heritage Site. It was thought to be a place of healing, as well as an astronomical clock and a religious site.

Explore the visitor centre which has various exhibitions relating to Stonehenge. See the objects discovered in the local areas such as axes, arrows and domestic objects.

Visit the world heritage city of Bath with its grandiose Georgian architecture, boasting more listed buildings than London. The Circus and Royal Crescent represent Georgian architecture at its finest. 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. See Bath Abbey. The Gothic fan vault over the nave in the abbey is quite simply majestic.

Overnight: 5 Star Country Resort in Buckinghamshire.

Day 7. Oxford, Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds.

The City of Oxford was home to C.S Lewis, JRR Tolkein and the birthplace of Stephen Hawking. Twenty-six British Prime Ministers were educated at Oxford University, along with many famous individuals such as Tim Berners Lee, computer scientist and inventor of the World Wide Web. Oxford is home to the oldest university in England. Enjoy a walking tour with your guide and visit Christ Church College with its vaulted staircase and elegant Tudor dining hall, the inspiration for locations in the Harry Potter films.

One of England’s ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with picturesque towns and villages made of honey-coloured limestone; the Cotswolds are a delight to explore. Once a wealthy wool producing area, this region is now a film maker’s dream. Have lunch in a traditional country pub serving local ales and food, prepared with Cotswolds sourced ingredients. When the weather is inclement, pubs usually have roaring log fires to keep everyone warm.

Home to the Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a grand aristocratic home befitting the high status of a Dukedom. This Baroque masterpiece was built to impress; the long drive up to the great court provides splendid views of Capability Brown’s world famous landscaped grounds. Time-permitting, tour the magnificent state rooms.

Overnight: 5 Star Country Resort in Buckinghamshire.

Day 8. Departure Day. Transfer to London Heathrow Airport.

Your professional chauffeur will arrive 15 minutes before you need to depart for the airport, he or she will assist with luggage and check your outbound flight for any delays.

Available Vehicles

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.

BMW GT: Luxury Sedan
BMW GT: Luxury Sedan


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.

BMW X5: Luxury SUV
BMW X5: Luxury SUV

Motor Coach

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.

Coach interior
Motor coach interior

Mini Coach

​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.

Mercedes coach: Luxury mini coach
Mercedes coach: Luxury mini coach

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.

Mercedes & VW: Luxury Vans
Mercedes & VW: Luxury Vans

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About Luxury Vacations UK

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.