tour heads due South of London and begins at Hever
Castle. A Romantic, moated 13th century castle
- once the home of Anne Boleyn - set in award-winning
gardens. The castle contains many Tudor artefacts,
paintings and other objects. A recently added
exhibition of Anne Boleyn's Books of Hours, as
well as the 'Queen's Chamber' is also of interest.
The gardens include the Italian, Tudor and Rose
Gardens as well as topiary, 110 metre herbaceous
border, yew maze and water maze.
a scenic drive through the rolling hills
of the Ashdown Forest, once a royal hunting
ground, taking us to Hartfield. This
beautiful part of England was the inspiration
and home of the Winnie-the-Pooh Stories
by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard. A unique
opportunity to tour Pooh Country.
Chatrwell House, home of Winston Churchill
we head for Brighton, where the fun
is the most enchanting, exciting, extraordinary
seaside city in Britain. However brazen
that may sound, it is no exaggeration.
With its cosmopolitan air, oodles of
restaurants, feverish nightlife and abundance
of culture, the place defies comparison
with anywhere else this side of the English
Channel. For centuries it has been regarded
as a 'pleasure dome', and that's not
about to change.
If you love life, you'll love Brighton.
along the regency seafront and pleasur
pier and maybe enjoy a 'fish and chip'
lunch by the sea. Wander around 'The
Lanes' (a maze of narrow streets and
alleyways just off the seafront). Our
guide will take you onto the Royal Pavellion
-They are just four ways in which, over
the years, people have tried to describe
the Royal Pavilion. we say 'tried' because
King George IV's former seaside residence
literally beggars all description. To
call it Brighton's answer to the Taj
Mahal simply isn't enough. With its riot
of onion domes and minarets, its blend
of refined Indian architecture and opulent
Chinese interiors, the palace is nothing
short of an exotic feast for the senses,
a mouth-watering masala to be savoured
tour continues the circular route back
to London or why not stay the night and
take the train home the next day!
from Central London every
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
8am - 6.15pm
is a seasonal tour, operating during
the summer months only (April to October)
Day Tours From London
- Luxury Tours at Budget Prices!
£49 GBP per person - BOOK