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  • Wales and the South West: 5-Day Small Group Tour

    1. Wales and the South West: 5-Day Small Group Tour

    Day 1: Leave London and travel west to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds through England’s prettiest historic villages. Get the best photos and hear the most fascinating local tales. Travel through the Welsh Marches marked out by the ancient Offa’s Dyke. Head into the heart of the Cambrian Mountains and beautiful Elan Valley. Finally, head to the beautiful seaside town and cultural center of Aberystwyth, where you spend the next two nights. Day 2: Travel to the mountainous region of Snowdonia National Park. Visit the mountain village of Beddgelert to see the famous grave of Gelert, the legendary dog, or explore the nearby copper mine. Next, head to the town of Machynlleth to see the ancient clock tower and the quaint houses, and go antique hunting. Move on to Porthmadog and over the Cob causeway before reaching the impenetrable medieval Harlech Castl...

    I really enjoyed the 5 day trip to Wales! It was my first tour with Rabbies, and I couldn't be happier. the small group size was great and we all got along super well by the last night... we didn't want it to end. Rob and his trusty sidekick Draco was helpful and full of so much knowledge! I would travel with them again!

  • Small Group Stonehenge and Bath Tour with Secret Site

    2. Small Group Stonehenge and Bath Tour with Secret Site

    Enjoy an intimate small group full-day tour of the West of England, departing London for a scenic drive to the famous stone circle of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain. Drive a route less traveled for some off-the-beaten-path views of London, making a quick comfort stop as you travel through the scenic countryside of Southern England. Your driver/guide will provide a commentary as you head to the world's most famous prehistoric site, providing some background history so that you know something of what you will see once you arrive. Visit the new Stonehenge Visitor Center to enhance your knowledge of the mysterious site and trigger your imagination. Then, make your way through the rural green of Wiltshire, passing some wonderful old villages en route to the City of Bath. Upon arrival, you will be dropped off in the city center and provided with maps to explore at leisure. Find a café to savo...

    My wife and I have only the highest ratings for our trip March 2, 2020, with the English Bus small group tour. Our guide Johny was a literal encyclopedia of information on everything from English history to the origins of Stonehenge to recent cultural events of the area. On top of the tremendous scope of his knowledge, he was personable and entertaining. The English Bus is a very comfortable Sprinter Van with all the comforts one could want while enjoying a small group relaxed atmosphere—as opposed to moving around in a large herd. Unlike many tours, the English Bus company allows food and beverages onboard so guests can snack while seeing the sights. We had multiple opportunities to get out and walk, and also to spend time away from the group if we wanted to do something a bit different than others in the group. When we are here again, we definitely will book another tour with the English Bus. Steven and Virginia Amstrup

  • From Oxford: Cotswolds and Blenheim Palace with Pub Lunch

    3. From Oxford: Cotswolds and Blenheim Palace with Pub Lunch

    This small-group tour takes place in England's most outstandingly beautiful countryside, the region of the Cotswolds. The small, executive vehicles allow the tour to go off the beaten track through the valley of the River Windrush, and along single track roads to the town of Burford. Take a guided walk to the historic church, then after further exploration, continue to the Coln Valley and the charming Bibury, once described as the prettiest village in England. Stroll through the water meadows and see historic Arlington Row, a group of ancient weaver's cottages. It's then onwards to Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold, all the while taking in the leafy, winding country lanes that big coaches cannot travel on.  After that, enjoy lunch at a traditional country pub. Menu choices include Pan Roast Chicken Breast, served with Potato Cake, Roast Carrots & Tarragon Cream, or Chef's veget...

  • England: 3-Day Stonehenge, Bath & South West Coast Tour

    4. England: 3-Day Stonehenge, Bath & South West Coast Tour

    Discover some of the most historic sites in England on a 3-day tour of the southwest, visiting the Roman city of Bath, and center of the Kingdom of Wessex at Exeter. Drive along the preshistoric Jurassic Coast of Dorset, and head into the vast moorland of Dartmoor, a protected national park with exposed granite hilltops. The tour, by comfortable 16-seat minibus, also includes time at Stonehenge, the most famous stone circle in England, and a chance to climb Glastonbury Tor. Day 1: Depart London for the old Kingdom of Wessex en route to the famous Neolithic standing stone circle of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain. Explore the mystical stones, which continue to confound historians to this day. Next, head for the dramatic south coast of Dorset, enjoying the panoramic views over white sand beaches, and the natural rock arch of Durdle Door. Spend the afternoon on the Jurassic...

  • From Oxford: Stonehenge and Bath Small-Group Tour

    5. From Oxford: Stonehenge and Bath Small-Group Tour

    Bath has been described as the Monte Carlo and the Las Vegas of Georgian England, and this tour gives you a comfortable morning to explore the city. Everything about the town’s imposing Palladian-style architecture was designed to make a striking visual impact – something that it still achieves today, hundreds of years after its construction. This UNESCO World Heritage Site never fails to wow visitors from around the world. Explore the best of the city, starting with Pulteney Bridge, the Circus, the imposing Royal Crescent and a wander inside Bath Abbey with its huge vaulted ceiling. Your knowledgeable guide will also point out the Celtic links between Bath and Stonehenge, so you leave not only with some fantastic photos but with a real understanding of the town and its landscape.   Perhaps no other site in England can compete with the beauty and mystery of Stonehenge. Hear the theories...

    Really loved this small group trip there was only 6 of us and the guide driver Freddie. The vehicle we drove in was spacious and comfortable, which was good, because it is one-and-a-half hours to Stonehenge from Oxford, and getting there early certainly helps as it was not crowded at all, and we went straight up to the Stones after a quick coffee. Our guide Freddie was very knowledgeable,and great fun with some of the stories he told. Then after a quick visit to the souvenir shop and a walk round the the information centre it was back in the the minibus and on to Bath which I think took about an hour. After a quick lunch/shop break of about 45 minutes,our guide Freddie took us on a tour of the best of Bath, again he was very knowledgeable about the city and that took about an hour and a half. Then quick restroom break and back in in the minibus to Oxford which again is about an hour and a half.

  • London: Stonehenge, Glastonbury & Avebury Small Group Tour

    6. London: Stonehenge, Glastonbury & Avebury Small Group Tour

    Visit the mysterious Stonehenge and the World Heritage Site of Avebury. Head out from London on a full-day trip to King Arthur’s realm! Learn the facts and fiction about King Arthur and the mystical Isle of Avalon. Explore ancient stone circles in the Kingdom of Wessex, including Avebury and the iconic Stonehenge. The day begins as you make your way to Stonehenge. Your guide will tell you about the 5,000 years of Stonehenge history and about the theories and ideas that scholars continue to debate. Was the site an astronomical clock, a calendar, a place of worship, or a burial place for the elite? You can ponder the theories as you walk around the stones and admire the views. Continue west to Celtic lands, toward the Isle of Avalon and mystical Glastonbury. Stop at the famous Glastonbury Tor. Descend to the Chalice Well Gardens to hear about the legend of Joseph of Aramathea and the cha...

    Be prepared to know some or if only a little, the history in the places go to with Stonehenge, Glastonbury and Avebury. Oh an make sure you take some wet weather gear in case it rains and dont forgot it, cause i certainly forgot mine lol. However this, i will say. Tony our guide was more than happy to lend his umbrella. He was fantastic, friendly, open/honest and a great sense of humor mixed in with being very knowledgeable of the history on places went to see. He did a great job getting around despite the major delays getting out of London at first which was really unfortunate. I highly recommend going on this trip and seek out Tony if you can!

  • London: Stonehenge, Bath, Lacock, & Avebury Small Group Tour

    7. London: Stonehenge, Bath, Lacock, & Avebury Small Group Tour

    Depart London in the early morning and be one of the first visitors of the day to Stonehenge. As you arrive at Stonehenge your guide will tell you the facts and theories behind this most famous of Stone Age structures. Was it a temple, a clock, a place of worship, or a burial site for the elite? Then it’s on to Bath, which has seen visitors since the time of the Celts. Centuries later, in the 1st century A.D. the Romans arrived, calling this place Aqua Sulis. Even later, during the Georgian Era of the 18th century, the rich and wealthy arrived from London to see and be seen and took to the waters to rid themselves of joint stiffness and gout.  Stop for a break in the delightful village of Lacock. Seemingly untouched by modern times, this charming place has been used as a setting in many films, including Cranford, Moll Flanders, Pride and Prejudice, and Harry Potter. Enjoy a guided tour...

    Well organised. A great way to visit many sites in one day. Guide and driver were very friendly and informative.

  • From London: Stonehenge, Windsor & Bath Small Group Day Tour

    8. From London: Stonehenge, Windsor & Bath Small Group Day Tour

    Begin with a drive to the ancient kingdom of Wessex, where you’ll visit the world-famous Stonehenge monument. With a history spanning 5,000 years, this stone circle continues to be shrouded in mystery and myth. Your guide will tell you what is known and what may never be known about these giant stones located on Salisbury Plain. Absorb the powerful presence of this ancient site and admire the views before continuing on the drive through beautiful Wiltshire and Somerset, passing thatched cottages and idyllic villages en route to the city of Bath. Both Romans and Georgians have left their mark in Bath. The only hot thermal springs in Britain were a draw for those early invaders from warmer lands, and the Roman resort of Aqua Sulis can be seen in the Roman Baths Museum. The Georgian elite of London arrived here in the 18th century to take the waters and cure themselves of rheumatic disea...

    Our guide James and driver Choy, we're amazing. Very nice and helpful. My mom is in a wheelchair and Choy constantly helped with getting her up and down the van. James was considerate when picking the walking routes to our destinations. I would definitely want to be a part of there group again. I only wish we'd stayed a little longer in Stonehenge.

  • Stonehenge & Bath Private Car Tour

    9. Stonehenge & Bath Private Car Tour

    Step back in time 5,000 years and visit the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. Take a step inside the reconstructed Neolithic houses, furnished with replica axes, pottery and other artefacts, and listen as the tour guide brings the fascinating history of Stonehenge to life. Discover how it was constructed using rudimental tools and stone from quarries hundreds of miles away. In the world-class exhibition centre, you’ll get the chance to come face-to-face with a 5,500-year-old man and over 250 ancient objects. The second stop will be a scenic tour of the historic city of Bath, originally built as a place of well-being and relaxation by the Romans over 2,000 years ago. Home to the country’s only natural thermal hot springs, Bath is a delightful city where the ancient world is intertwined with threads of medieval and more recent Georgian history. This scenic drive of Bath provides ...

  • Avebury & Stonehenge Private Tour - Day Tour From Bath

    10. Avebury & Stonehenge Private Tour - Day Tour From Bath

    Britain's countryside is filled with reminders of its ancient past from ancient burial grounds to stone monuments that have stood for over 4000 years. People would have traveled from across the country to visit them and would have stood in awe at what they saw. Today these sites continue to amaze and attract visitors. For some they continue to be important places of power and energy. This full day guided tour explores the area's most fascinating sites: Avebury, the West Kennet Long Barrow, and Stonehenge. Your private guide will drive you from Bath to Avebury, home to the world's largest stone circle. The stone circle dates back to approx. 2600BC. Walking around the site you will be given an insight into its history and the latest archaeological discoveries. Unlike Stonehenge, visitors are free to wander among the stones and touch them. After Avebury your tour continues with a visit to...

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 31 reviews

My wife and I have only the highest ratings for our trip March 2, 2020, with the English Bus small group tour. Our guide Johny was a literal encyclopedia of information on everything from English history to the origins of Stonehenge to recent cultural events of the area. On top of the tremendous scope of his knowledge, he was personable and entertaining. The English Bus is a very comfortable Sprinter Van with all the comforts one could want while enjoying a small group relaxed atmosphere—as opposed to moving around in a large herd. Unlike many tours, the English Bus company allows food and beverages onboard so guests can snack while seeing the sights. We had multiple opportunities to get out and walk, and also to spend time away from the group if we wanted to do something a bit different than others in the group. When we are here again, we definitely will book another tour with the English Bus. Steven and Virginia Amstrup

Really loved this small group trip there was only 6 of us and the guide driver Freddie. The vehicle we drove in was spacious and comfortable, which was good, because it is one-and-a-half hours to Stonehenge from Oxford, and getting there early certainly helps as it was not crowded at all, and we went straight up to the Stones after a quick coffee. Our guide Freddie was very knowledgeable,and great fun with some of the stories he told. Then after a quick visit to the souvenir shop and a walk round the the information centre it was back in the the minibus and on to Bath which I think took about an hour. After a quick lunch/shop break of about 45 minutes,our guide Freddie took us on a tour of the best of Bath, again he was very knowledgeable about the city and that took about an hour and a half. Then quick restroom break and back in in the minibus to Oxford which again is about an hour and a half.

Our guide James and driver Choy, we're amazing. Very nice and helpful. My mom is in a wheelchair and Choy constantly helped with getting her up and down the van. James was considerate when picking the walking routes to our destinations. I would definitely want to be a part of there group again. I only wish we'd stayed a little longer in Stonehenge.

I really enjoyed the 5 day trip to Wales! It was my first tour with Rabbies, and I couldn't be happier. the small group size was great and we all got along super well by the last night... we didn't want it to end. Rob and his trusty sidekick Draco was helpful and full of so much knowledge! I would travel with them again!

The tour guide Fred was experience and tell us a lot of interest history background of Stonehenge and Bath. It’s lot of fun.