From London: The Cotswolds Full Day Guided Small Group Tour with Cream Tea

The Cotswolds & Broadway Tower Small Group Tour with Cream Tea

The Cotswolds Full-day Guided

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From London:The Cotswolds Full Day Guided Small Group Tour with Cream Tea and Broadway Tower entry

A Cosy Day in Beautiful England! The Cotswolds is classified as an area of outstanding beauty, famed for its traditional villages, rolling hills, cream teas, sheep, and Victorian follies. It is one of the UK’s most popular tourist spots so join us on our small group tour to get a more ‘off the beaten track’ experience of this charming area. Beautiful in all seasons we will visit some of the highlights of the Cotswolds, all within a day’s driving distance from London. As this is a small group tour, we can nip around the little villages with ease stopping at places such as Bibury, Bourton on the Water, Burford and Lowers Slaughters for cream tea. Along with our visit to Broadway Tower, a Victorian folly built by the famous 18th Century landscape designer known as Capability Brown, with its dramatic views over the countryside.

Historic Landmarks

Discover a much-loved region of the English countryside with its quaint villages full of stone cottages, quirky shops & cafes.

Guided Tour

Enjoy the day with one of our friendly, knowledgeable tour guides, helping you to fully experience the beauty and heritage of the sites.

An Unique Experience

We have crafted & refined our tours with a personal touch over the past 25+ years to offer you an extraordinary day out.

Luxury Coach

We use our own luxury minibuses & coaches, which are designed with your comfort and safety in mind.

Payment Options

We accept most major card types for online payments. We also accept payment by card over the phone or cash to our central London office.

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07:30-08:30 - London Pick-ups
We offer a range of pick-up points located in central & west London, all of which are easy to reach by public transport. You can choose to meet us at whichever pick-up point is most convenient for you.
08:30 - Depart London
After our pick ups, we head north-west to the picturesque Cotswolds area of Britain. Your tour guide will keep you entertained with interesting stories about the Cotswolds region.
10:30 - Arrive in the Cotswolds
We visit Burford first, where you will have free time to explore the sights & shops of this old market town. Then we will explore some of the smaller villages nearby such as picturesque Bibury and Bourton on the Water where you can get some lunch.
2:45pm - Traditional Cream Tea
After lunch we travel to nearby village for traditional Cream Tea of scones, cream, jam and a pot of tea. The afternoon tea tradition began in 1840 and was fashionable throughout the Victorian Era.
4:00pm – Entrance to Broadway Tower
Broadway Tower was built in the Georgian Era as folly for the Countess of Coventry. Climb the tower built on Beacon Hill, (entrance included) for great views over the surrounding countryside.
5:30pm - Return to London
After a lovely day out in the Cotswolds we will return to London.
19:30 - Arrive in London
There will be 2-3 drop-offs in central London subject to traffic & other considerations on the day. Our tour guide will advise the specific drop-off locations and will be happy to help with public transport advice if needed. Please note that there can be some traffic travelling back into central London & all itinerary times are approximate & subject to change.

Discover the Enchanting Cotswolds: A Day Tour from London


Escape the hustle and bustle of London for a day and immerse yourself in the serene beauty of the Cotswolds. Our Cotswolds tour from London offers you an unforgettable experience, taking you through some of the most picturesque villages in England. From the charming streets of Burford to the tranquil waters of Bourton on Water, this tour is a feast for the eyes and a balm for the soul. Below is an in-depth look at the places you’ll visit:

Burford – ‘The Gateway to the Cotswolds’


Burford is often referred to as the ‘Gateway to the Cotswolds,’ and for good reason. This mediaeval town is a perfect introduction to the rustic charm you’ll find throughout the region. Walk down the High Street, lined with 17th and 18th-century architecture, and visit St. John the Baptist Church, a stunning example of Perpendicular Gothic architecture. The town is also home to a variety of boutique shops and traditional pubs where you can sample local fare.

Bibury – ‘The Prettiest Village in England’


Often described as the ‘most beautiful village in England,’ Bibury is a must-see. The iconic Arlington Row, a series of 17th-century weavers’ cottages, is one of the most photographed spots in all of the Cotswolds. The River Coln flows through the village, providing a peaceful backdrop for a leisurely stroll. Don’t forget to visit the Bibury Trout Farm, one of the oldest in the country, where you can fish for your own dinner!

Bourton on Water –‘The Venice of the Cotswolds’


Known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds,’ Bourton on Water offers a unique experience with its series of low stone bridges crossing the tranquil River Windrush. The village is perfect for those who love the water, offering opportunities for paddleboarding and bird-watching. The Model Village, a 1/9th scale replica of the village, is a popular attraction, as is the Cotswold Motoring Museum for vintage car enthusiasts.

Broadway Tower –‘Britain’s most famous Foley’


Broadway Tower offers one of the most spectacular viewpoints in England. Built in the late 18th century, the tower is an architectural marvel and has an intriguing history as a retreat for artists and writers like William Morris. Climb to the top for panoramic views that stretch over multiple counties. The surrounding parkland is also home to a herd of red deer, offering excellent photo opportunities.

Broadway Tower

Lower Slaughter – ‘The most Romantic Village in Britain’


Lower Slaughter is the epitome of a Cotswold village, complete with stone cottages, meandering streams, and an old mill. The village has been named the ‘most romantic street in Britain,’ and you’ll understand why as you walk along the copse-lined banks of the River Eye. The Old Mill museum provides insight into the village’s history, and the café is a perfect spot for afternoon tea.

The Cotswolds & Broadway Tower Small Group Tour
Visit the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England
  • Return Luxury Coach Travel from London
  • Burford Visit
  • Bourton-on-the-Water Visit
  • Visit to the Broadway Tower
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