Cotswold Village and Stratford-upon-Avon Tour

We offer private tours with our suggested itinerary as well as customised tours of your choice. All our private tour are for private individual and small groups in your choice of vehicles. We will collect you from any hotel or private address in London or any London airports and also drop you at your chosen destination after your tour.

All our private tour are for private individual and small groups in your choice of vehicles. We will collect you from any hotel or private address in London or any London airports and also drop you at your chosen destination after your tour.

 

Cotswold Village Tour

Your Cotswold tour will start with the historic St. Martin’s Church in Bladon village. The church sits on higher ground above the village and it is where Sir Winston Churchill was buried in 1965.

Our next stop will be the picturesque village of Minster Lovell on the drive to Lovell Hall ruins you will marvel at the beautiful thatch cottages and St Kenelm’s Church.

We are now coming to the main attraction of the Cotswold villages, Burford which dates back to the Saxon period with its building built in yellow Cotswold stone. Burford is a bustling market town filled with old shops, antique store and restaurant.

Burford is also famous for its beautiful church founded in 1175 by wool merchants. The church was used as a prison by Oliver Cromwell after the English Civil War, where he executed rebel soldiers.



Startford-upon-Avon Tour

We now carry on our journey through the picturesque countryside passing through the riverside village of Burton-on-the –Water and Stow-on-the-Wold towards our final point of the tour Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare’s home town.A market town, with Cosy cottages and more than 800 years of history sits alongside the river Avon.

 William Shakespeare, considered to be the greatest playwright of all times, was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564. His father was a glove maker and wool merchant and his mother was the daughter of a land owner. He married Anne Hathaway on November 28,1582. After having three children he left his family and Stratford-upon-Avon behind to head for the bright lights of London to make his fame and fortune as an actor and playwright.

 

Shakespeare birth place has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years and offers a glimpse of Shakespeare early life. This is the place where he was born, grew up and spent the early years of his married life. You will also be able to visit Anne Hathaway’s cottage, Nash’s House and New place and Shakespeare’s burial place in the chancel of Holy Trinity Church.



Tour Duration: 10 Hours
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