Are also excellent and knowledgeable guides who would be very pleased to take you on a guided tour of the many wonderful areas around London. Just a short drive from London, glorious countryside awaits you. The Cotswolds, the Garden of England, The Vale of Eden, The West Country and other beautiful areas offer the visitor or tourist a chance to see the “other England”. Escape the hubbub of the city to the tranquillity of our county towns and delightful villages. Explore intriguing shops, investigate old churches, sample the food in welcoming pubs and discover traditional restaurants. We know all of these places and more… Villages and Hamlets that offer the visitor a chance to witness the rural splendour, experience the rustic tranquillity and enjoy the charm that is beautiful Britain.


The Cotswold’s is an area of England about the size of greater Tokyo. Popular with both the English themselves and visitors from all over the world, the Cotswold’s are well-known for gentle hillsides (‘wolds’), sleepy villages and for being so ‘typically English.


No place has generated so much speculation and wild theories as for the standing stones of Stonehenge. After driving for miles through the rolling hills and plains of the English countryside the sight of this unusual structure makes people gasp. A walk around it only provokes more strange feelings. There’s a sense that this is something very important. It taunts us with its mystery. For over 5000 years it has stood silent vigil over the earth. It has been excavated, x-rayed, measured, and surveyed. Yet despite all that has been learned about its age and construction, its purpose still remains one of the great mysteries of the world.


William The Conqueror and Napoleon passed this way too. And it was in these skies that the critical Battle of Britain was waged. Kent’s most outstanding military sites are linked to fortified towns in France and Belgium through the new Historic Fortifications Network – visit their website for more information. The same Kent shores also witnessed the arrival of St Augustine in 597 AD to reclaim England for Christianity. Canterbury, the seat of Christianity, now draws up to 1.5 million visitors to its Cathedral every year.