This morning we leave Exeter, but it won’t be long before we are crossing the boundary into the higher grounds of Dartmoor National Park, known for its Sherlock Holmes connection and home to the legendary Dartmoor Beast.
As we travel we’ll take in the beautiful scenery, negotiate narrow country lanes and perhaps spot a native Dartmoor pony or two.
It goes without saying that no trip to Bath is complete without taking the waters.
Relax and unwind in natural hot springs that have been a magnet to visitors for millennia.
Visit Thermae Bath Spa for revitalising treatments, healing steam rooms and awesome 360-degree Bath views from the rooftop pool.
Or treat yourself to a spa stay at the five-star Gainsborough Bath Spa, a luxurious hotel with its own naturally heated spa complex.
After travelling with Glenn I’d say; ‘a job may fill his pocket, but adventure fills his soul.’” Michelle, Chicago. His knowledge and passion for the English countryside are unbelievable.
“We have been on a number of tours over the years, but Glenns’ approach, enthusiasm and knowledge made our trip with him extra special. I would recommend his tours to anyone.” Erik, Bristol.
To View all of our reviews please click here Our tour to Cornwall & the Cotswolds starts at the Mercure London Kensington Hotel, Earls Court, at 08.30am on the morning of departure. Visible for miles around and possessing the tallest spire in the UK; the city’s cathedral is also home to one of only four surviving copies of the world’s oldest constitution: the Magna Carta.
Take a tour through time and explore the only UK city designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Roman Baths dating back to AD43 to see how our former settlers liked to unwind.
Wander through the pages of one of Austen’s classic novels as you stroll past mellow architectural masterpieces like the Royal Crescent and The Circus, or celebrate Bath's most famous resident at the Jane Austen Centre.
I would recommend going on another tour with Glenn, as all went smoothly and we were entertained with informative commentary and some great British music along the way. He has good knowledge of the history of the areas and is helpful and patient If I do go back, I will use his services once again.” Cheng, Perth. Our journey begins by departing London and heading west towards the iconic site of Stonehenge; the first stop of our tour.
“Having spent time travelling the countryside with Glenn, it is without reservation I would recommend his services as you consider your travel plans. The world’s most famous stone circle is thought to be 4,500 years old, yet we still don’t understand its true meaning.