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Tours

We offer luxury tours to cater for every need and have a rich knowledge of the South of England so can customise the tour to your individual requirements. If you have specific sights you want to see, then we can include these or we can work from more vague guidelines (e.g. view historic landmarks, famous gardens or picturesque villages)

Some recommendations are given below, but these are by no means comprehensive.

London Sightseeing

Tower bridge, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St Pauls Cathedral, river cruises and a large variety of restaurants.

There are also many smaller attractions, like Sir Francis Drake’s Golden Hinde, Shakespear’s Globe Theatre, Madame Tussauds waxworks.

Stourhead Gardens

With hills, water and classical architecture overlaid by a fabulous collection of trees and shrubs, Stourhead was described as ‘a living work of art’ when first opened in the 1740s. Meandering paths offer vistas through trees to classical temples and surprises at every turn. Stourhead is breathtaking in any season but on sunny spring and autumn days, the flowering spring shrubs and the flaming autumnal colours of the trees reflected in the magnificent lake are breathtaking.

Exbury Gardens

The Gardens are a spectacular 200 acre (80 hectare) site, world-famous for the Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rare trees and shrubs. This earthly paradise offers a riot of colour in spring, an oasis of tranquillity in summer followed by a splendid show as the leaves change in the autumn. Capture Exbury’s hidden beauty and escape the cares of the world as you explore a myriad of pathways.

Portsmouth Historic Ships

Situated within a working Naval Base, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to a collection of fantastic attractions, historic ships and museums. It is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past, present and future and is a must see for anyone visiting the south of England.

Shown here, HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched in 1765. She is best known for her role as Lord Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

Stonehenge

The first monument at Stonehenge was a circular earthwork enclosure, built in about 3000 BC. A ditch was dug with simple antler tools, and the chalk piled up to make an inner and an outer bank. Within the ditch was a ring of 56 timber or stone posts.

In about 2500 BC the site was transformed by the construction of the central stone settings. Enormous sarsen stones and smaller bluestones were raised to form a unique monument. Building Stonehenge took huge effort from hundreds of well-organised people..

Cottage villages and dramatic coastlines

Short pleasant walks through pretty villages with thatched cottages and quaint pubs and tearooms.

Castles

Windsor castle and Arundel are shown here, but there is also Warwick castle, Corfe castle, Blenheim Palace and many others to consider.