All coaches are premium vehicles, ensuring your group travels in the utmost luxury and comfort. Each of our drivers have vast experience and know England like the back of their hand, while our tour guides are carefully selected on the basis of your specific itinerary. They will be on hand with their deep, extensive knowledge to offer assistance and answer any questions you may have.
At Luxury England Tours, we meticulously plan every last detail of your trip, guaranteeing your peace of mind and a fully bespoke coach tour based on your interests and requests.
During an initial discussion, our team will gather all the necessary information, including preferred dates, accommodation preference (4 or 5 star), interests and activities, size of the party, number of rooms required, and any dietary requirements.
Our tour designers then use your information to create a full draft itinerary of your tour. This is curated into a PDF file, complete with pictures and full costing, and sent to you for revision.
This is a crucial stage where you have full control to amend the itinerary. See something you don’t like? It’s gone. Fancy visiting somewhere we haven’t mentioned? Simply let us know and we will do everything in our power to create the ultimate itinerary for your group. And if you need any inspiration, our tour designers will be on hand to offer friendly advice.
Final Draft and Deposit
Once you are fully satisfied with the itinerary, we will consider it finalised. This is when you will make your deposit and the excitement really builds!
As soon as your deposit is made, we book every aspect of your trip and once everything is arranged, we will send you a confirmation email.
– Castles and Historic Sites. – City Trips. – Gardens. – Golfing. – Nature and National Parks.
Below are just some examples of the places you can visit on your private tour.
England is renowned the world over for its exquisite and ornate country gardens, most of which are set in the grounds of grand mansions and castles. Arundel Castle and Gardens, for example, is over 1,000 years old, looks over the river Arun, and has been owned by many Kings, Queens, and noble families over the centuries.
Equally impressive is Hever Castle and Gardens, which boasts a seemingly endless array of unique gardens, including an Italian Garden, Tudor Garden, mazes, a Japanese teahouse, boating lakes, fountains, and grottoes, making for a wonderful day of exploring.
During the Medieval Period in England, castles sprung up like mushrooms all over the country. Some of these are abandoned and ruined, though remain thoroughly impressive in their own right. For example, the ruins of King Arthur’s Tintagel Castle sits atop rocky cliffs and makes for stunning photographs.
On the other hand, some are lovingly maintained to this day, allowing visitors to stroll inside and imagine what life must have been like many years ago.
There are also many historic sites to visit in England. Highlights include Stonehenge, an ancient stone circle, and the Jurassic Coast, England’s only natural World Heritage Site.