Our 16 seater minicoaches are just perfect if you would like to organise a private day tour.  You may be travelling with family or a group of friends. Perhaps you are on a business trip and would like to organise something a bit special or maybe you are staying in Bath for a pre wedding celebration.

We can plan a private tour for you!

We have extensive knowledge of Somerset, Wiltshire and the Cotswolds regions!

You can use our service as a way of getting to your next destination!


Below is just a taster of locations to inspire you to create a bespoke Madmax Tour!



Stonehenge - This amazing monument was first mentioned as one of the wonders of Britain only seventy years after the Norman Conquest. It has aroused awe and curiosity ever since. This is your chance to experience it for yourself.


Avebury Stone Circles

This is a lesser known megalithic monument which is 16 times larger in area than Stonehenge and nearly 1000 years older! The lack of media attention at this site has helped to maintain its magical charm.


Silbury Hill

This is the largest man made object in prehistoric Europe . It was built 4800 years ago and it took longer to build than Stonehenge and yet its purpose is still one of the great unsolved mysteries.


Cherhill White Horse

White horses are a feature of the Wiltshire landscape. Carved out of the chalk hills they appear dramatic against the rich green landscape. Cherhill White Horse is nearly 300 years old.


Waggon and Horses

This traditional thatched inn is just outside Avebury and was frequently visited by Charles Dickens.


Lacock National Trust Village

This wonderful village consists of properties which date from the 13th and 18th centuries. It was once a prosperous woollen town, but now it seems like a village trapped in time. There has been no major building here in the last 200 years so you really feel as if you're stepping back into English history.

You could make this your lunch stop as there is a wonderful country pub that has had a licence since 1362. The George Inn offers good home cooked food and real ale.


Castle Combe Village

In the southern part of the Cotswolds is Castle Combe. This idyllic village nestles in a small wooded valley with its meandering stream and weavers cottages in abundance. The castle has long gone but its stone was used to build the Manor House, now a sumptious hotel.

Have we inspired you!

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