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”. The enormous complex has glorious gardens and the best preserved and largest medieval kitchens in Europe, a Real (or Royal) Tennis court that is still in use and a famous maze. Children love it.

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. Beautifully restored after a disastrous fire in 1992, the State Apartments are sumptuously furnished. The Queen Mary Dolls’ House is a masterpiece of craftsmanship in miniature. St George’s Chapel is an architectural wonder and houses tombs of numerous monarchs, including Henry VIII and King George VI & Queen Elizabeth the “Queen Mother” - the present Queen’s parents. Cross the bridge over the River Thames to Eton, home to the famous private boarding school, founded by King Henry VI in 1440 and where Princes William & Harry spent their teenage years. Prince Harry married Meghan Markel in St. George’s Chapel in May 2018.


Historic maritime area, on the banks of the River Thames,12 miles SE of Central London. See the Queen’s House, London’s first Classical Renaissance building and one of the sources of inspiration for the White House in Washington DC. Visit the Painted Hall of the Royal Naval College (used in countless movies), the National Maritime museum (free entry) or the Royal Observatory, where you will also find the world famous Greenwich Meridian. Learn how and why Greenwich Mean Time came into existence.

Thames Valley & Chiltern Hills

Between Windsor & Oxford lie the Chiltern Hills. Beautiful rolling chalk hills with rich agricultural land and charmingly quaint villages and some fantastic pubs with great food. Unknown to many Brits, and by-passed by all tour companies, this area never fails to amaze and impress. In thirty years I have never seen a tour bus here!


Hampton Court Half Day Tour
4 Hours | 1-3 GB £390 | 4-6 £440

Windsor, Eton & Chilterns Tour
6 Hours | 1-3 GB £495 | 4-6 £540

Windsor, Eton & Hampton Court Tour
8 Hours | 1-3 GB £580 | 4-6 £640

Rates include vehicle & Driver-Guide services, all parking & any applicable taxes. Excluded are your entrance charges, meals and drinks and any gratuities.

Itineraries are not fixed and can be altered to suit your mood, interests and conditions (e.g. weather, traffic etc) on the day. We customise itineraries to your needs and they can be changed at any time, subject to feasibility.

For certain venues such as Stonehenge, Windsor Castle & Roman Baths we strongly recommend pre-purchasing tickets to accelerate your visit. We will do this as a complimentary service after consulting with you.

Any pre-purchased tickets can be added to your final account or settled directly in cash.

All quoted rates include:
– Driver Guided services and vehicle.
– Any applicable taxes, tolls and parking

Rates exclude
– Your entrance charges (Guides get in free)
– Your meals and drinks
– Any gratuities (at your complete discretion)

All distances and timing are a guide only and will depend on where you are staying in London, traffic conditions prevailing, which day of the week it is, any other events taking place and the weather on the day.

No bookings can be guaranteed until a 25% deposit has been received.

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