Windsor & Christmas 'Brunch'
Located within the delightful countryside of the Royal County of Berkshire, discover this historic, Royal town set in a glorious riverside location next to the River Thames. Walk along the medieval cobbled streets and admire the excellent examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture, and browse its quaint shopping arcades and tea rooms as our tour guide brings the history of this beautiful town to life.
Enjoy a Christmas 'brunch' in a 4-star hotel; the Harte and Garter hotel is a converted 14th-century inn and located directly opposite Windsor Castle. Sip on a glass sparkling wine next to this historic castle; the oldest continuously occupied castle in the world and an official residence of the British monarchy.
- Glass of sparkling wine
- Freshly-baked artisanal bread and butter station
- Homemade assorted terrines
- Slices of turkey breast
- Gala pie
- Honey-glazed sausages
- Eggs Royale
- Mini mince pies, panettone, cinnamon rolls, Christmas pastries & pretzels, platter of fruit
- Tea/coffee/ hot chocolate
*Vegetarian option available upon request
The town of Avebury is home to the largest stone circle in the world with a circumference of over ¾ of a mile. Part of the same UNESCO World Heritage Site as Stonehenge, the Avebury Stone Circle is not only older than Stonehenge, it is also far larger and much more accessible; the stones are easy to access, and visitors can walk freely among and touch the rocks. Modern carbon dating places the date of construction at 3,300 BC at the end of the early Neolithic era when the very first farms in Britain were starting to emerge. Uncover the history of this massive stone circle and hear what life might have been like thousands of years ago in the area for those that built this ancient monument.
Built as a place of relaxation and well-being by the Romans thousands of years ago, Bath is home to Britain’s only natural thermal hot springs. Today, it is the only city in Britain to have UNESCO World Heritage status due to its historical significance. Travel through thousands of years of history in an afternoon in this beautiful city; admire its famed 18th-century honey-coloured Georgian buildings, Neoclassical and Gothic architecture.
Tour Starts: 09.00am, Victoria Coach Station (boarding commences at 08.30am)
Tour Finishes: approx 7.30pm, drop-off at selected hotels
Christmas Brunch is included in the tour price.
Windsor Castle is closed on Christmas Day, but you will see the exterior of the Castle during your walking tour.
25 December: please be aware there is no public transport available in London. We will offer courtesy pick up at selected hotels within Central London. Full list of hotels are available when booking your tour.
At the end of your tour we will be dropping off at the following locations: