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Undiscovered Cotswolds Private Driving Tour

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  • Discover the Cotswolds as you wish on a private full-day tour
  • Driver-guide and private car: so you can just sit back and enjoy the scenery
  • Flexible: you choose the towns, villages, and attractions you want to visit
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Undiscovered Cotswolds Private Driving Tour
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Undiscovered Cotswolds Private Driving Tour
From US$505.50
Overview
Explore the Cotswolds without having to drive on this full-day private tour from your chosen north Cotswolds location, such as Oxford or Stratford-upon-Avon. With a private car and driver-guide, simply soak in the scenery as you follow an itinerary tailored to you. Visit manor houses, explore towns and villages such as Stow-in-the-Wold and Minster Lovell; and stop to shop and eat at your leisure—all without transport or parking issues.
What to Expect

This is a fully personalised tailor-made Cotswolds tour to suit you so whether you would like to see the local wildlife, explore an undiscovered village or visit an old manor house we can create a trip to match.

Below are some of our favourite places to visit, but these are just to help inspire you, as each trip is created uniquely for you and there are many more options available.

Chastleton House – Chastleton House is a fascinating Jacobean time capsule built between 1607 and 1612 by a wealthy wool merchant. The house has hardly changed since then.  The same family owned the house right up until 1991 but with steadily diminishing wealth were never able to update or alter it.

Sarsden and Churchill – A stunning setting overlooking the site of the ‘lost’ village of Churchill which was destroyed by fire in 1684. This is now the home of many famous celebrities.

Stow-on-the-Wold – one of the prettiest towns in Gloucestershire. Steeped in history and built by the Normans, it combines honey-coloured buildings, cosy pubs, narrow streets, interesting shops and tiny tea rooms.

The Slaughters – Lower and Upper Slaughter share an interesting name which comes from the old English word for ‘miry place’.  They are considered to be some of the prettiest villages in the Northern Cotswolds and are set in the most amazing countryside.

Bourton-on-the-Water – Arguably the most famous Cotswolds town and regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England.  There is plenty to see and do with a wealth of attractions, shops, restaurants and tea rooms.

Burford – Burford’s famous High Street sweeps downhill towards the River Windrush, with an unbroken line of ancient houses and shops, as well as a medieval bridge and an impressive church. Burford is known for its shopping – particularly antiques – and for the wide variety of restaurants, pubs and teashops.

Swinbrook – Swinbrook is a small village on the River Windrush with the famous Cotswold stone walls, a pretty church, cricket pitch with wooden pavilion, and an old stone pub next to a bridge across the river.

Asthall – For a small village, Asthall has a rich history. From the former Roman settlement on Akeman Street, which linked Cirencester with St Albans, to the the village church dating back to the 12th century, possibly earlier, and an Elizabethan manor house which was home to the Mitford sisters.

Minster Lovell – This pretty village on the River Windrush boasts plenty of Cotswold stone and thatched roofs, as well as holding the title of being the region’s most haunted village. Minster Lovell is perhaps best known the ruins of its 15th century hall, owned by generations of the Lovell family.

Reviews (11)
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Reviewed 19 September 2018
Amazing Day in The Cotswolds

Ian could not have been more enjoyable. He showed us beautiful little villages. Shared insights of historical and local significance. From this trip it will be easy to build our next adventure to the country. He was a safe and respectful driver. Ian was easy...More

1  Thank K X
Reviewed 11 September 2018
We Just Completed A Most Wonderful Day with Ian

We wanted to do a day tour in the Cotswolds and after a lot of research booked a private day tour with Ian at Undiscovered Cotswolds. It was one of the most wonderful day tours we have ever had. He worked with us in advance...More

Thank jpDills
Reviewed 3 June 2018
A wonderful day spent in the Cotswolds

We took a private tour with Ian and enjoyed the villages, beautiful scenery, and stories about each place. Ian grew up in the area, and his love for and knowledge of the places we saw were always apparent. This is not your cookie cutter tour....More

Thank Martha S
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile
What a day!

Ian picked us up at our hotel in Chipping Campden. He had made a tailored tour for me, my wife and daughter based on what we told him we would like to see. Afternoon tea was a must! We started with Broadway tower (the things...More

2  Thank Joakim A
Reviewed 19 April 2018
Trip through various villages in the Cotswolds

It was like having a very knowledgeable friend, drive you through his home area, which he is extremely proud of. The best tour we have been on. Ian was personable and informative.

2  Thank bdevereaux2018
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