Absolutely fantastic tour. Tom is a great host and shows you the best parts of the Cotswolds. Thanks again.
There’s no need to worry about left-side driving, parking, or navigation on this Cotswolds small-group tour. Your friendly local driver/guide looks after the wheel and introduces you to each village and viewpoint—but with such a small group and three different stops for independent exploration, it barely feels like a tour at all.
Greet your driver/guide and small group at Moreton-in-Marsh railway station. After a quick introduction to the day, set off for Dover’s Hill viewpoint and learn the story of the Cotswolds.
Enjoy a self-explore stop in Chipping Campden, complete with a map provided by your guide showing everything from quirky gift shops to historic buildings. Visit Broadway Tower and a secret, off-the-path village before you arrive in the Cotswolds’ highest town, Stow-on-the-Wold, for some more independent exploration, complete with map.
Head south to the village of Bibury that poet William Morris loved, visit the much-photographed Arlington Row of cottages, and stroll along the River Coln. Your last self-explore stop of the day is picturesque Bourton-on-the-Water before you make your way back to Moreton-in-Marsh or selected other stations.
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We had a wonderful day touring around the Cotswolds with our friendly guide, Tom. Going on this tour allowed us to concentrate on the charm and beauty of a variety of destinations rather than driving and parking a hired car. We had different pick-up and...More
We took a tour of the Cotswolds last July 15 and this gave us a wonderful overview of the Cotswolds! We visited a number of towns which were very historic and quaint. Our tour guide Colin and tour bus driver were very helpful. Colin explained...More
My family and I loved our tour of the Cotswolds. Our guide Tom was friendly, very knowledgeable and clearly very passionate about the Cotswolds. I absolutely recommend this tour and would take it again!
We booked this tour as we had always heard how beautiful the Cotswolds were and it proved to be very true. Our tour stopped at some of the most beautiful little towns and all had the iconic look of old but very well preserved buildings....More