Famous for its Roman baths, its unique 18th century architecture and town planning, Bath has a vibrant history as a fashionable society town. More recently Bath was the star of the Netflix television series Bridgerton and is a must-see destination on any trip to the UK.
Canterbury & Kent
Canterbury cathedral has been a site of pilgrimage since the martyrdom of its Archbishop Thomas Becket and was famously visited by the travellers in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Delight in Kent’s rich history as the 'Garden of England' and enjoy its grand castles and houses.
Travel through the heart of England to the picture-perfect villages and historic wool towns of the Cotswolds and visit the magical gardens of Hidcote, Kiftsgate and Snowshill.
As an alumni of Oxford University, I can give you unique insights into life at England’s oldest university. Visit sites from the Harry Potter films and learn how today's students still follow century-old traditions.
Salisbury & Old Sarum
Home to one of Britain’s most spectacular 13th century cathedrals and the best-preserved Magna Carta, the market town of Salisbury will delight any visitor to Britain.
Nearby is the iron-age hill fort of Old Sarum, site of the original settlement of Salisbury and its earliest cathedral church.
Variously described as the work of giants, gods, wizards and the devil himself, the Bronze Age henge monument of Stonehenge is the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. Pair your visit with Bath or Salisbury for a fabulous day out.
Stratford Upon Avon
Visit the 16th century birthplace of William Shakespeare to see where the most famous writer in the English language went to school, grew up, married, bought a house and is buried.
Windsor & Runnymede
Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. Founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, it has been the home of 39 monarchs including Queen Elizabeth II. Nearby Runnymede witnessed the sealing of the Magna Carta by King John in 1215.