Flexible Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Tour

Travel to three Great British destinations with our excellent value transport-only tour. You will journey to Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath with an expert guide on board. Tickets for entrance to the attractions are not included in the price, but may be bought on the day.

from £59.00

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Tour Highlights

  • Travel to Windsor and see Windsor Castle
  • Travel to Stonehenge
  • Travel to Bath, see the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey
  • Air-conditioned luxury coach
  • Professional guide
  • Free Wi-Fi on our coaches
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Tour Schedule


Our first stop is the Royal town of Windsor, home to the magnificent Windsor Castle. This is one of the official residences of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and has been a Royal home for almost a thousand years. Windsor is a quaint town alongside the River Thames with cobbled streets, a vibrant High Street and the beautiful parkland of Windsor Great Park. Explore Windsor at your own pace during our visit to the town.


Next stop is Stonehenge, the most famous stone circle in the world, which has stood on Salisbury Plain for more than 4,500 years.

Is it a calendar, temple, burial ground, or something else entirely?


The first city in the UK to become a UNESCO World Heritage site, Bath is full of stunning architecture, some dating back to Roman times, and has natural hot springs which have made it a place of pilgrimage for more than 2,500 years. Georgian-built crescents and avenues make it a memorable and very photogenic city.

You can gaze up at Bath Abbey, which dates from the 1400s, explore the many independent shops and famous tea rooms and see the amazing Roman Baths which have drawn pilgrims to their hot springs for over 2,500 years.

We will arrive back in London around 7.00pm.

Important Information

  • Please note: entrance tickets are not included in the price of the tour, but may be bought on the day.
  • Windsor Castle, being a working Royal Palace, may sometimes have areas closed or other disruptions.


Will the tour pick-up from my hotel?

Not unless you are staying at a hotel that is a designated pick-up (you will see options for these before you pay).  This is because of Government actions to help prevent pollution, no tour operators have been allowed to make individual hotel pick-ups since 1st April 2017.

Are there toilets on the coaches?

Some coaches have toilets, some do not, but on all tours there are regular comfort stops of no longer than 2 hours apart, plus all places visited have toilets on site.

Will we have time for a full lunch stop whilst on tour?

Unless you book a tour that includes a specific lunch stop then no.  Most tours are targeted at seeing as much as possible in one day and do not have time for a full stop.  There are options to buy food and snacks at all sites visited, but these can be expensive and most people prefer to bring food and drink with them.  Supermarkets, e.g. Tesco Express offer excellent and great value, pre-prepared food that is ideal for this.  Here is a store finder link.

Will the tour return to for example London at the time stated or can it be late?

Most tours return at the expected time, but this is always subject to traffic and it is possible there could be a delay and so it is always wise to allow plenty of spare time if you are planning on booking theatre shows, trains or flights etc. after your tour.

What clothes should I wear?

It is always wise to check the weather forecast before setting out.  It is good to plan in case of rain, with perhaps a shower coat and umbrella.  There will likely be quite a bit of walking on tours and comfy shoes are a must and if any of the tour is on grass e.g. Stonehenge Inner Circle tours then waterproof shoes are sensible.  It is often colder out of London than in London particularly if windy and a jumper or fleece in summer are wise and a warm coat in winter.

If visiting London how much time will it take to see all the main sites, will we have time for more than one out of London tour if we only have a week? How long in advance should I book tours?

It is a common mistake that people think it may take six days to see London and only allow a day for out of London tours.  However there is so much to see out of London that four days to go out of London will be an amazing experience to see maybe all these locations, Dover, Canterbury, Leeds Castle, Hampton Court, Windsor, Winchester, Glastonbury, Stonehenge, Avebury, Bath, Stratford, Oxford and Warwick.

There are excellent day tours of London that see all of the main attractions in one day and then perhaps allow a further two days to see the Making of Harry Potter Warner Bros. Tour and other London attractions not included on the main tours and do not forget to book your show/theatre tickets well in advance too.

These are all very popular tours, most sell out well in advance and it is wise to book your tours, theatre and attractions several months in advance and you will find good planning in advance will optimise your holiday.

Is it better value to tour sites of London and out of London sites on our own, perhaps hiring a car?

No, fixed tours of both London and out of London are much better value than visiting sites individually and you will find going individually entrance costs alone will add up to more than the fixed tours, even before you factor in travel costs.

Do tours pick-up from any of the London airports?

Sorry no tours depart or return from any UK airports.  There are however excellent rapid express trains for example the Heathrow Express.

Can you help me find a discounted best value hotel? Plus theatre/shows and other attractions?

Yes we certainly can and here are some useful links.

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