Good Company Tours

Personalised Private Sightseeing Tours With Experienced Professional Guides


I am Simon Good. I started "Good Company" in 1989. I have been a professional guide for over a third of a century. In my career I have covered over a million miles as a specialist Driver Guide. I know most of the professional Driver Guides in Britain and will always endeavour to provide the best guide available.

London Tours

The Big Four

The Big Four London sights are:

Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral & Changing the Guard.


There are nearly 100 other museums in London spanning interests from the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis museum.

Good Ideas

"Blue Badge" Guides can offer a wealth of specialist tours to suit almost every interest - from archaeology and architecture to zoology.

Good on Foot

Leave the car behind and tour London on foot or by public transport ("tube", bus, taxi or river boat).

Close to London

Hampton Court

Massive brick palace started by Henry VIII's right hand man - Thomas Wolsey. A must see for fans of The Tudors or Hilary Mantel's "Wolf Hall".

Windsor Castle

The world’s largest inhabited castle and HM Queen Elizabeth’s most frequented home. Nearly a thousand years old, this is a must-see.


Historic maritime area, on the banks of the River Thames, 12 miles SE of Central London.

Thames Valley

Beautiful rolling chalk hills with rich agricultural land and charmingly quaint villages and some fantastic pubs with great food.

Day Trips From London

Explore some of the most popular places to visit within a day trip from London. Each area has dozens of other smaller, less known but no less fascinating sights to visit. You may have a special interest of request which we will be delighted to accommodate.

Overnight Touring

See bath (120 miles from West of London) in two nights, three days. With possible stops in Windsor, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Roman Baths, Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon, Blenheim Palace, Oxford and Chiltern Hills. Its the perfect trip to avoid numerous day trips from London.

France & Normandy D Day Landing Tours

Visit Normandy

On 6th June 1944, the largest invasion force the wold has ever seen set off from parts all over Southern England to liberate France & the rest of Europe from the Nazi occupation.

Itinerary Planning Service

I've been driving all around Britain for 40 years and I've seen and stayed in many, many hotels and inns. I have had first hand reviews from clients about the places that they have stayed - hundreds of hotels, lodges, castles, inns and even boats. I can help you plan an independent itinerary whether you prefer to drive yourself or travel by train. I don't book car rental, but i can suggest the best places to start - not Central London! Or mix and match car hire with train travel.

Notes From Our Clients