If you’ve never been to London before, then you will be drawn into the incredible English capital that has one of the largest international communities in the world. London has so many fascinating tourist attractions, whether you like museums, art, theatre or cinema – or you want to visit and learn about all the historical places throughout the city. London is a breath-taking sight of skyscraper buildings, monuments, interesting locations such as Soho and Piccadilly Circus, and one of the best shopping experiences in Europe. If you’re staying in London on a short visit and want to see the beautiful English countryside at its best, then why not book Cotswold tours from London to see stunning landscape, beautiful villages and charming Cotswold market towns. Not only are Cotswold tours a magical haven of beauty in a nutshell, they also give you a wonderful daytrip escape from the big city.
Travelling to the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds is in the south-west of England, stretching across the English counties of Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and parts of north-east Somerset. The Cotswolds is easily accessible from most parts of England via motorways, airports and train lines. If you’re staying in London, then it’s a short train journey of just 1 hour and 40 minutes by direct train from London Paddington to Moreton-in-Marsh. There’s also the Oxford Tube, a convenient coach service which takes you from central London to the outskirts of Oxford. The nearby airports to the Cotswolds are Birmingham, East Midlands, Bristol and all London airports. However, if you’re coming from abroad and looking for the best Cotswold tours from London, then the short train journey is the most convenient way to travel here.
Cotswold Tours from London
The Cotswolds Mystery Tour picks up guests from Moreton-in-Marsh train station who are here to enjoy Cotswold tours from London. After a short direct train journey from London, our luxury Mercedes minibus will meet you at the train station to take you on a wonderful 6-hour tour of the Cotswolds. There’s no need to bring any food with you as we take you to a quaint 16th century inn for a delicious hot lunch, but we also stop at a pretty village café in the morning where you can have a tea or coffee and a homemade pastry. During our wonderful private Cotswold tours, we take our guests all around the Cotswolds, showing you pretty villages that are hidden down long country lanes, many historical places where you can get some great photos, and some of the most beautiful Cotswold market towns you will ever come across. Our Cotswold tours do not go to the same place every day as we like to surprise guests, taking them on a magical mystery tour of this beautiful area. Our drivers and tour guides are passionate about the Cotswolds, and most have lived here all their life, so you could say we are somewhat proud to show off and relish in the delight of telling our guests all about the surrounding area.
Chocolate Box Villages
If you’ve heard the term ‘chocolate box villages’, then this pretty much describes the beautiful Cotswold villages that you will across. In winter, old cottages line the lanes with smoke gently billowing from the chimneys from the wood burning fires. In the summer, pretty cottage gardens are flourishing with beautiful flowers and rambling roses while local cricketers play on the village green and locals enjoy a chilled drink outside the village pub. Villages on Cotswold tours really do live up to their reputation of pretty, picturesque English countryside with tiny hamlets or popular villages that tourists like to visit. Bourton-on-the-Water in Gloucestershire is very popular in the summer with visitors flocking from all over the world to experience this pretty village set on the River Windrush. You can also visit the local attractions such as Birdland and The Model Village (an exact replica of Bourton village that stands waist height).
Explore Cotswold Tours from London
Many of our guests love a day out in the Cotswolds, seeing the most beautiful places on a fantastic 6-hour day trip. The Cotswolds is located so close to London, that it’s an easy escape for a day, and at the end of the tour we will drop you back to the train station so you can be back in London in time for your evening meal. Discover the beauty of the Cotswolds with a special Cotswolds tour. We are proud of our 5-star guest reviews on Trip Advisor – if you’re visiting London soon, then book your Cotswold tours today to avoid disappointment.