Salisbury and Bath

Salisbury and Bath

London from £650

Salisbury was founded as a medieval new town where five rivers meet, and planned on a grid pattern of blocks or ‘chequers’ to replace Old Sarum, the nearby fortified hilltop Norman city, on its restricted site. Salisbury’s stunning almost uniformly early English gothic cathedral with its famous tall spire dominates the vast open space of the walled cathedral close and the surrounding countryside.  A rare copy of Magna Carta is on display inside.  Bath is most famous for its Roman Baths and legacy of honey-coloured ‘Bath stone’ Palladian crescents, squares and streets of the Georgian era, like the Royal Crescent and Circus.  Its hot mineral waters, unique in Britain, are a continuing theme in Bath’s development since its foundation by the legendary Prince Bladud, now supplying the modern spa.  It also has great shops, restaurants and tea rooms like the famous Sally Lunn’s.


from London  – 10 hours

£6501-3 people

£6754-6 people

Please use the weblinks below to check for the most up-to-date information available for your party’s tour.

Salisbury Cathedral – cathedrals sometimes close at short notice for special services or maintenance but we are usually able to plan our visit to take any such closures into account

Roman Baths, Bath

Atlantic and continental weather systems meet over England so the weather can be unpredictable.  You really can experience all four seasons in one day!   We advise you to bring wet weather clothing, and cold weather clothing for the months of October to March.  We keep a set of umbrellas in our vehicle.  Please check the forecast on the Met Office link below shortly before your tour.

Met Office