The Cotswolds

Bath from £495

The picturesque limestone Cotswold hills running northeast from Bath were at the heart of England’s wealth-creating medieval woollen industry, home to the prized white-faced ‘Cotswold Lion’ sheep reared for its superior fleece. The industry left a legacy of beautiful honey-coloured stone-built villages like Bibury with its picture postcard weavers’ cottages at Arlington Row, and the Slaughters, and market towns like Tetbury where the annual woolsack race is still held, Stow-in-the-Wold or Broadway.  There are many beautiful ‘woolgothic’ churches like St Mary’s, Fairford, with a rare set of intact medieval stained glass windows.  Some of the Cotswolds’ many manors and country houses are today homes to royalty, aristocrats, the rich and famous.  Chavenage House and Rodmarton Manor are open to the public on limited dates.  The Cotswolds are the perfect place to relax and enjoy the delights of medieval England from the safety of the 21st century.


from Bath – 9 hours

£4951-3 people

£5204-6 people

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

Chavenage House

Rodmarton Manor

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