Blenheim Palace
Bampton VillageBourton-on-the-waterCotswolds

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Blenheim Palace Downton Abbey Village and the Cotswolds

Highlights of the Blenheim Palace Downton Abbey Village and the Cotswolds

  • Entry to Blenheim Palace with State Rooms and Gardens visit
  • A panoramic tour of Cotswolds
  • See Bourton-on-the-water and Bibury village
  • VOX audio technology so you never miss a word from your guide
  • Professional tour guide
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach with complimentary Wi-Fi


Schedule

Days of departure – April – Oct – Mon,Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun
Check-in time – 08:30am
Return (approx.) – Returns to London by 6:30pm.
Departure point – Victoria Coach Station, London SW1W

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Blenheim Palace Downton Abbey Village and the Cotswolds

Bleinheim Palace Downton Abbey Village and the Cotswolds

Your day will begin with a visit to this awe-inspiring stately home which is a private residence of the 11th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Winston Churchill. It was built between 1705 and 1722 and has been open to public since 1972. See the stunning State Rooms with their priceless works of art and tapestries, stroll through landscaped gardens set in over 754 hectares of land and a scenic shimmering lake. Click to know more about it.

The Cotswolds

After your visit to Blenhaim Palace, visit the charming village of Bibury; this wonderfully impressive setting along the river Coln has been a backdrop for many blockbuster films including Stardust and Bridget Jone’s Diary. Admire Arlington Row, the quaint group of weaver’s cottages dating back to the 16th century.

Bourton on the Water

Your next stop will be Bourton-on-the-water, this picturesque village also known as the ‘Venice of Cotswolds’ has many traditional features. Spend time at its elegant low bridges and stroll along the marvelous Main Street.

Downton Abbey Village

As your tour of the Cotswolds ends, you will visit the village of Bampton; the film setting for many famous landmarks featured within the popular Downton Abbey series. Here you will see buildings that played the part of the home of Isobel Crawley, the Downton Cottage Hospital, the church and also two fictional local pubs, The Grantham Arms and The Bog & Duck.


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