Tour 1 - Stonehenge Tour - including Avebury Stone Circles and Cotswold villages.

Stone Circles, stunning Cotswold Villages and film locations - See it all in one day.
Daily throughout the year (except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day) - £38.00*

* Excludes Stonehenge entrance fee which is paid in cash on arrival  -- see Tour Itinerary section for details

Tour overview
Join us on our unique full day Stonehenge Tour. Small group tours with your own friendly guide. Highly recommended by Rick Steves, TripAdvisor, Lonely Planet and Rurubu.  We also have 5 years of excellent reviews on Tripadvisor, with a ‘Hall of Fame’ award.

Our tours from Bath are the perfect way to experience the history and beauty of this area. You can explore two of the most impressive megalithic monuments in Europe, view Cherhill White Horse and visit the Cotswold village of Castle Combe, voted the prettiest village in England and used as a TV and movie location including Stardust and War Horse. Steep yourself in the history of Lacock national Trust village which is so untouched by time that it has been used in the filming of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and the Harry Potter movies.

Tour destinations
  • Stonehenge
  • Avebury Stone Circles
  • Silbury Hill - Photo stop
  • Cherhill White Horse - Photo stop
  • Lacock National Trust Village
  • Castle Combe Village

We've specifically kept our tours small and personal with a maximum group size of 16. This gives you the opportunity to relax and enjoy this stunning part of England. Our local guides have a wealth of knowledge about the area. They will provide you with plenty of information about the history, culture, theories and legends .

Tour Itinerary


We drive through the beautiful Wiltshire countryside to arrive at Stonehenge as soon as it opens*. This ensures the crowds are minimal so you can enjoy your time here. 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.   During the drive to Stonehenge there is plenty of information for you to browse through as well as an audio presentation. This allows you to make the most of your time here. If English is not your first language, there are audio presentations at the monument in all major languages . There is also an extensive information centre with wonderful displays and a café for refreshments (for details visit our page of useful web addresses).

Please make sure you have cash to pay your guide on the day for your Stonehenge ticket.  They will collect your tickets and audio guides for you. This allows us to save time and avoid the queues!

* Due to short winter days in November, December and January  and occasionally at other times we may visit Stonehenge later in the day.


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. There are no restrictions to prevent you from wandering freely amongst the stones. This is the ultimate location to try your hand at dowsing and discover for yourself the energy of the stones! The pretty village has grown up in the centre of the stone circles with many thatched cottages and a thatched 17th century pub!

Silbury Hill - Photo Stop

This is the largest man made object in prehistoric Europe. It was built 4800 years ago and took longer to build than Stonehenge. Its purpose is still one of the great unsolved mysteries although theory and speculation abound!.

Cherhill White Horse – Photo Stop

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. It is one of thirteen original white horses in Wiltshire. (photo credit:

Lacock National Trust Village – Lunch Stop

This picturesque village consists of properties dating 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 a long forgotten era. We usually make this our lunch stop. There’s a pretty café, a bakery and a selection of wonderful country pubs including one that has had a licence since 1362!
If you're interested in film locations Lacock has been used many times. It became the town of Meriton in the BBC production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The Abbey and some of the houses were also used in the filming of the first two Harry Potter movies. The Abbey is not open during winter months. For more details of this National Trust property visit our "other useful sites" web page.

Castle Combe Village

In the southern part of the Cotswolds lies Castle Combe. This idyllic village nestles in a small wooded valley with its meandering stream and weavers’ cottages. The castle has long gone but its stone was used to build the Manor House, now a sumptuous hotel. As well as being the set for the original Dr Dolittle film and Stardust, Stephen Spielberg was there in 2010 filming Warhorse.
  • This tour departs at 8.30am from the Abbey Hotel, 1 North Parade. BA1 1LF. This is a one-minute walk from the Abbey church
  • Please arrive at 8.20 am so we can depart on time
  • 8:30 prompt departure
  • Time spent at Stonehenge - 2hrs
  • Time spent at Avebury Stone Circles - 1 hr
  • Time spent at Lacock - 1.5hrs
  • Time spent at Castle Combe - 35 minutes
  • Longest drive time - 55 minutes
  • Return time 17:30
  • All times are approximate
  • Please be aware that guests will need to enter and leave our minicoaches via a step at the front of the vehicle

If you have specific needs or concerns please contact us by email so we can assist you.

  • £38.00 Adult
  • £19.00 Children 5 - 15 years
  • £5 under 5's
  • This tour is not suitable for children 3 years and under

Entrance to Stonehenge NOT included in tour price.

  • £16.30 Adult entrance to Stonehenge
  • £14.70 Concessions (Students with cards and over 60's)
  • £9.80 - Children 5 - 15 years
  • Children under 5 go free

Please make sure you have cash to pay your driver on the day for your Stonehenge ticket.  We reserve your tickets in advance.  This allows us to beat the queues!!

National trust, English Heritage or Heritage Passes are entitled to FREE entry into Stonehenge.

During winter months and occasionally at other times we may visit Stonehenge later in the day.

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Inner Circle Stonehenge Tour

For something extra special join us for a private evening tour at Stonehenge. Explore inside the Stone Circle. Something that few people ever experience. See tour 5 for details.
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