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Cotswold Touring and Chauffeur Private Hire Services

My name is Ian Henry and I have lived in the beautiful Cotswolds for over 20 years.

My tours can be altered according to your interests, however wherever possible I will take you to places off the beaten track. My personal tours allow you to stop wherever you want and you are then able to linger a while longer if something is of particular interest.

I also offer a personal private executive travel service find out more >

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Sample Itinerary  1

After collecting you from Kemble Station or from your local hotel, I will drive you through the lovely Cotswold countryside to the lovely market town of Cirencester (known as the Capital of the Cotswolds). The town has its famous yew hedge behind which lies Cirencester Park the seat of the Earl of Bathurst; close by is the delightful Cecily Hill. You can wander through the Market place and admire the Church of St John Baptist and the delightful shops. On our way to Bibury we will drive through the pretty village of Barnsley. At Bibury we can walk down to the quintessential English Arlington Row. After this we can visit the Cotswold Wollen Weavers and maybe stop for a coffee…

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Sample Itinerary  2

After collecting you from Kemble Station or from your local hotel, I will drive you to the lovely town of Minchinhampton. You can stroll along its high street and old Market Square, the main feature is the late 17thCentury Market House supported on stone columns. Then we travel to the lovely market town of Cirencester with it’s many independent shops and market place.

We then explore the quaint villages of Duntisbourne Abbots, Leer and Rouse. For lunch we stop at the traditional 17th Century Pub at Miserden. The village and the Pub were recently used as the film set for the production of Laurie Lee’s “ A cider with Rosie”; the Pub was chosen for the film because of its traditional and unspoilt looks…

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