Cotswolds Holiday - 3 Day Short Break
3 Day
Cotswolds Holiday

3 day short Break

Cotswolds Holiday

A holiday that weaves through history and stunning landscapes.

Your journey begins in London, a vibrant metropolis where 21st-century dynamism coexists with ancient Roman heritage. The adventure continues with a stop at Avebury, a prehistoric marvel featuring colossal stone circles.

In Oxford, explore the enchanting medieval centre and its prestigious university, known as the 'City of Dreaming Spires.' The following day, delve deeper into the Cotswolds' charm, with Bourton-on-the-Water's picturesque bridges and stone houses, a journey to the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, and a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare.

Explore Broadway, often referred to as the "Jewel of the Cotswolds," before your final day, which unveils Tetbury's boutique shops, Castle Combe's cinematic beauty, the cultural treasures of Bath, and Lacock's picturesque, unaltered streets. Your Cotswolds adventure promises a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.

Important information: Your preferred drop off and collection point will be agreed with your driver prior to the tour start date.

Tour includes

Price from: £475.00 per day

Tour vehicle

Private chauffeur guide

Free bottled water

Day 1

London, Avebury,

Day 2


Day 3

Tetbury, Castle Combe,
Bath, Lacock

Day 1

Starting Your Cotswolds Holiday

Begin your unforgettable Cotswolds holiday with a journey through captivating historical sites and iconic landmarks.


London, the vibrant capital of England and the United Kingdom, boasts a rich history dating back to Roman times. In the heart of the city, you’ll marvel at the awe-inspiring Houses of Parliament, the renowned ‘Big Ben’ clock tower, and the historic Westminster Abbey, where British monarchs have been coronated.

Across the majestic Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel offers sweeping panoramic views of the South Bank’s cultural treasures and the entire city.


Your journey continues to Avebury, a true marvel of prehistoric Britain. This ancient site, originally built and modified during the Neolithic period between 2850 BC and 2200 BC, features a massive circular bank and ditch encircling a section of Avebury village.

Within this henge lies the largest stone circle in Britain, originally consisting of about 100 stones and enclosing two smaller stone circles.


Your final destination for the day is the enchanting city of Oxford, nestled in central southern England. Known for its prestigious 12th-century university, Oxford boasts the architectural splendor of 38 colleges, earning it the poetic moniker “City of Dreaming Spires.”

Highlights include University College and Magdalen College, located off the picturesque High Street, which stretches from Carfax Tower, offering stunning city views, to the tranquil Botanic Garden on the banks of the River Cherwell.

Day 2

Exploring the Cotswolds

Today, immerse yourself in the picturesque charm of the Cotswolds, starting with Bourton-on-the-Water.


Nestled in the scenic Cotswolds of south-central England, Bourton-on-the-Water beckons with its low bridges and traditional stone houses.

Explore the Cotswold Motoring Museum showcasing vintage cars and a delightful toy collection, or wander through Birdland, home to a diverse array of species, including parrots, owls, and king penguins.

Don’t miss the enchanting Model Village, a 1930s scale replica of this captivating village.


Continue your journey to Stow-on-the-Wold, a historic market town perched atop an 800-foot hill, strategically located at the convergence of major roads through the Cotswolds, including the Roman Fosse Way.

Founded by Norman lords to facilitate trade, Stow-on-the-Wold exudes timeless charm.


Venture to Stratford-upon-Avon, the medieval market town renowned as the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare.

This iconic playwright, celebrated for his sonnets and famous plays like ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Hamlet,’ is honored with performances by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the adjacent Swan Theatre, nestled alongside the picturesque River Avon.


Your day concludes in the large village and civil parish of Broadway, often referred to as the “Jewel of the Cotswolds.” With a population of 2,540 at the 2011 census, Broadway sits in the southeastern reaches of Worcestershire, close to the Gloucestershire border, midway between Evesham and Moreton-in-Marsh.

Day 3

Cotswolds’ Hidden Treasures

Uncover the hidden treasures of the Cotswolds on your final day of this remarkable journey.


Tetbury, the second-largest town in the Cotswolds and set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, invites you to explore its rich history.

Once a vital market for Cotswold wool and yarn during the Middle Ages, Tetbury is now renowned for its boutique shops, culinary delights, and its distinguished Royal Connections.

Castle Combe

Nestled within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Castle Combe beckons with its picturesque walks and charming village streets, perfect for exploration.

This village has been a popular filming location, featuring in productions like The Wolf Man, Stardust, and Steven Spielberg’s War Horse. Its houses, constructed from honey-coloured Cotswold stone, embody the quintessential charm of the region.


The City of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site, holds outstanding cultural value, particularly in its Roman remains, including the Temple of Sulis Minerva and the ancient baths complex.

These historic hot springs have remained at the heart of the city’s development for centuries.


Concluding your Cotswolds adventure, Lacock village beckons with its timeless streets and historic cottages, untouched by modern alterations.

This beloved location has been a favorite for film and TV producers, thanks to its picturesque charm and historical authenticity.

Embark on this memorable Cotswolds holiday and experience the beauty, history, and culture of this enchanting region. Book your journey today!

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