All our tours of the Cotswolds are besoke and arranged around your starting location. Whether you require a driver to take you to some of the many attractions that the Cotswolds has to offer, or are looking to indulge in typical quintessential Cotswold countryside, our chauffeur driven sightseeing tours can be tailor-made for you.

To give you an idea of some of the tours around the Cotswolds, here are our most popular of 2013 so far:

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1. Burford, the Rissingtons and Blenheim Palace

This tour has proven to be ideal for American and Japanese tourists located in Oxford to the east of the Cotswolds region.
Along the Windrush valley through Asthall, Swinbrook and Widford and arrive at Burford for morning coffee and a walk around this wonderful Cotswold village. West into the Barringtons and north into the Rissingtons to see the most extraordinary of Cotswold countryside views. East towards Kingham and Charlbury and stopping at Blenheim Palace outside of Woodstock.  Lunch, followed by an afternoon of walks in this stunning estate and a historical tour in the Palace.

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2. Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water

See the beautiful villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter and then on to Stow-on-the-Wold.  Morning coffee at Stow and a chance to shop in this lively market town – bring warm clothes in the winter because it can be windy at this high level Cotswold town. Broadwell, Little Compton, to the stone circle at Little Rollright. South to Salford, Bledington, the Rissingtons and into Bourton-on-the-Water for lunch or a picnic on the riverbank. The afternoon at some of the man attractions in Bourton.

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3. Bibury, Cotswold Water Park and Cirencester

This tour shows two sides of the Cotswolds – the rolling lush green valleys photographed by every visitor to the area; and the playground of the Cotswolds at the world’s largest man made water park.
Aldsworth to Coln St Aldwyns – the charming, unspoilt Gloucestershire village recently ranked the 7th most desirable in the country by Country Life magazine. East to Bibury for coffee opposite the world famous Arlington Row. On to Ready Token, Barnsley and the Ampneys, eventually arriving at the Cotswold Water Park. Head north to Cirencester for lunch and a spot of shopping, and a visit to the Roman amphitheatre. Finally north to Birdlip to see the most breathtaking views of Cheltenham and Gloucester.

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4. Chipping to Chipping with a Marsh in the middle

Get a taste of Olde Cotswold England starting at Chipping Campden. Through Paxford, Draycott and Blockley before lunch at Moreton-in-Marsh. Moreton grew up in the thirteenth century as a market town with a wide main street, narrow burgage plots and back lanes. There still is a busy Tuesday market with about 200 stalls attracting many visitors. On to Evenlode, Adlestrop and Cornwell and into the magnificent Chipping Norton, the highest town in Oxfordshire and situated on the western slopes of a hillside that was once the site of a Norman castle.

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5. Cider with Rosie

From royal beginnings at Tetbury over to breathtaking scenery to the west of the Costwolds at Minchinghampton. Through Rodborough and past Stroud to the homeland of Laurie Lee, author of Cider with Rosie, an account of Lee’s childhood in the village of Slad. Over to Painswick for lunch and up to Upton St Leonards, Cranham and Birdlip.

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To discuss your tailor-made chauffeur driven sightseeing tour in and around the Cotswolds, please contact us here or call 01993 847111.