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Cotswold Tour

Castle Combe -Bibury - Bourton on the Water - Upper and Lower Slaughter

About The Tour

The tour will take in some of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds including Castle Combe,
Bibury, Bourton on the Water, Upper and Lower Slaughter and stunning views of the Severn Valley.
There will be opportunities to explore some of these locations and the tour will be stopping for lunch
at a suitable venue.

Vehicle Capacity
We can accommodate groups of 8 through to groups of 24 passengers.

Pick Up Point
The pickup point will be at the end of the Orange Grove taxi rank and will be running from advanced bookings only.

Times , Dates, Prices
The tours will operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (subject to bookings). The tour will leave the pickup point at 09:00am and aim to arrive back at orange grove at 5.30pm.
Adult £30.00
Children (under 12) £14.50

For further information or to book your trip
Phone :  01454 800164 (between 09:00am and 17:00pm)
E-mail: info@monumentaltours.co.uk or BOOK HERE

Your booking will be confirmed by e-mail or post.

If you have made a booking and have paid in advance and we have cancel the trip you will be given priority on our next trip if this not satisfactory you will receive a full refund.

Typical views of the villages on the tour

Castle Coombe

Castle Combe lies in a valley and is considered one of the loveliest villages in the Cotswolds. It is one of the most visited and frequently finds favour as a backdrop for period television and cinema dramas.

Bourton on the water

Probably the most popular village in the Cotswolds, and often referred to as the Venice of the Cotswolds because the River Windrush runs right through the centre.


Bibury, nestled in the eastern hills of the Cotswolds, first earned its title of "the most beautiful village in England" from the artist and craftsman, William Morris (1834-96).
Here the River Coln flows through the village.

 Lower Slaughter, Washbourne Court Hotel

A 17th century hotel in delightful surroundings.
A lovely way to end a tour and refresh yourselves for the journey home.

Upper Slaughter

Footbridges run along the river as it runs through the village. There are also a number of  small stone steps by the river's edge. The Washbourne Court Hotel lies just behind the trees in the distance

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