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Longer Tours

Seeing the sights of London during your visit to the UK is just the begnning. Be sure to include some of our other beautiful cities, castles and countryside on a longer tour.

Overnight stays in Bath, Oxford or Canterbury for example open up the possibility for making a round trip to see Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and the Cotswolds. Perhaps you have particular interests in regional food, gourmet dining or to explore some of the many film locations used for Downton Abbey or Harry Potter.

Over several days, journey through glorious landscapes with Glyn, discovering unusual local stories or the folklore of the area. Your travels could take you South West to Devon and Cornwall, over the border to Wales, or north to the Lake District or to Scotland and the Isle of Skye. 

Our longer tours, just like our day tours, are expertly and professionally driven and guided in comfort, with overnight stops in accommodation to suit your tastes. 


Kent, the Garden of England
Kent has been the arrival point for European visitors for millennia (not all of them welcome!). Its coastline has a host of defensive castles, some of which effectively turned into palaces during more peaceful periods in the nation’s history.

Set atop the iconic White Cliffs, Dover Castle, for example, has borne witness to 2000 years of military history. I recommend basing ourselves in the historic city of Canterbury. From here, we can visit any number of magnificent country houses, castles and ornamental gardens.

England from South to North and on up to Scotland

If you really want to get a flavour of the country, why not explore it in depth across seven to 10 days (or more)? For example, you could begin your Journey in London, spend a day or so acclimatising, then, as they say, “Go West, young man [or woman].”

Travel to Oxford, on to Bath and Stonehenge, to mid Wales, out to Caernarfon and on to Chester.

You could then rest up in York for a day or so before continuing on to the Lake District and finally to bonny Scotland (via high or low road) either concluding your adventure in Edinburgh or continuing on to Inverness for a spell in the highlands, over the sea to Skye and ending in Glasgow.

This is a whistle stop description of what’s possible and the final itinerary is always individually tailored. 

Contact us, without obligation, to find out more. The best journeys take time to arrange and it’s our pleasure to work with your ideas and our experience to make this happen. We look forward to hearing from you.

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