Cotswolds Guided Tours


Take a minibus tour of the glorious Cotswolds and learn interesting facts and quirky history as you travel through this beautiful region. 
Cotswolds Guided Tours
Tour the Cotswolds for £45 per person. Cotswolds Guided Tours offer 6 hour guided tours throughout the Cotswolds.

Two tours are available -  the Famous Cotswolds Tour, which visits The Slaughters, Bourton-on-the-Water, Bibury, Stow-on-the-Wold and a hidden Cotswolds village.

The Cotswolds Hidden Villages Tour visits a selection of villages off the normal tourist route, along with iconic locations, such as Broadway Tower, Snowshill Lavender and Chipping Campden.

Learn interesting facts and quirky history as you travel through this beautiful region. Plenty of stops throughout the day, free time at each location. There is no overlap between the tours, so why not book a seat on each and visit locations inaccessible by public transport? A cost-effective way to travel.

Easily accessible from London Paddington & Oxford, fantastic customer service, fun and friendly tours from this small, local family-run business. Maximum of 7 guests per tour.

Speciality and private tours available. Collection from Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold or Bourton-on-the-Water. (Collection/return to Broadway & Chipping Campden by prior arrangement for additional £5 per person)

We are happy to carry your luggage so why not arrive by train to Moreton in Marsh, hop on a tour, and get dropped off at one of our other collection points? Take a second tour the next day and be returned to the railway station at the end of the second tour.

​We are​​ also running an early birds discount for any bookings for our Famous Cotswolds Tour and Cotswolds Hidden Villages Tour (normally priced at £45pp) for a discount of £25pp if booked before the end of July 2017 for any dates running between October 2017 and March 2018.

If you have any queries, contact Lucy via the contact details or visit our website at

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