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Discover Idyllic English Villages & Historic Gems

This delightful area of England spans history with ancient abbeys, Iron Age forts and elegant Georgian architecture. Winding lanes link quaint villages, in which dainty thatched cottages seem lifted straight from a novel. The city of Bath is a highlight, with wide Georgian crescents leading to Roman baths, a taste of luxury through the ages.

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Classic England: Oxford & The Cotswolds

From £1125pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 9 Nights
  • Oxford, home to the ‘dreaming spires’ of world-renowned Oxford University
  • The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Roman-built baths and stunning architecture in the ancient city of Bath

Quintessential English Honeymoon

From £1125pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 9 Nights
  • Oxford, home to the ‘dreaming spires’ of world-renowned Oxford University
  • The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Roman-built baths and stunning architecture in the ancient city of Bath

South of England Road Trip

From £890pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 9 Nights
  • Visit the medieval cities of Oxford and Canterbury
  • Discover the magnificent south coast, including the White Cliffs of Dover
  • Explore the rolling countryside, picturesque villages and vineyards of England’s sunniest region

London & The Heart of England

From £1505pp

Self-Drive Holidays
Duration 13 Nights
  • Oxford, home to the ‘dreaming spires’ of world-renowned Oxford University
  • The Cotswolds - explore chocolate-box villages in the heart of England
  • Endless attractions in England’s energetic capital city of London

Cotswold Way

From £610pp

Walking Holidays
Distance 102 miles / 164 km
Duration 7 - 11 Nights
  • Far-reaching, stunning views of quintessentially English landscapes
  • Discover Roman villas, abbeys, historic houses and battle sites
  • The picture-perfect village of Painswick and other glorious Cotswold villages
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