Exclusive bespoke tours from both Bristol and Bath can be can be arranged all year round for large private parties of more than 16 adults. Any day can be chosen for travel and the group will have their own exclusive coach. We would be happy to arrange your individual itinerary and special requirements.
Here are some example tours and destinations that may provide ideas for a bespoke tour that would be of interest to you.
Tour to Stonehenge and Salisbury that is similar to our scheduled tour T1.
Tour to Lacock, Avebury and Stonehenge that is similar to our scheduled tour T2.
Tour to Wells and Watchet
*This fully guided tour would depart from Bristol at 0900, and return at around 1820. Firstly we travel from Bristol to Wells and tour the beautiful medieval cathedral, grounds, and surrounding area. We then travel to the historic north Somerset harbour town of Watchet, where you can take lunch in one of the local Public Houses or Cafe's. You can then see a statue of the Ancient Mariner with the Albatross he shot with his Cross Bow; an extensive colourful mural of the sea depicting local history; steam trains operating from Watchet Station; and of course you can go for a walk on the beach.
Wells is the smallest city in Britain. Wells Cathedral is famous for it's extraordinary west front of medieval statues and it's architecture. Wells Cathedral is both a living church and a renowned heritage attraction. You will be given a guided tour of the Cathedral.
A guided walking tour of the Cathedral Close and the medieval part of the city is also included, and we will see the stunning Bishops Palace and Moat.
At 1200 we depart for Watchet, and arrive at 1320.
At Watchet, you can take lunch in one of the public houses or cafe's, and explore this interesting historical harbour town, with a lovely harbour setting. There are often lively festivities on the harbour front, and traditional steam trains regularly stop at the railway station.
We depart for Bristol at 16:50 arriving back at Bristol about 18:20.