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Yes. During the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic we’ll only operate our tours when we’re permitted to do so, and in line with UK government advice. From the 17th of May 2021 we have been able to do this.
We have received VisitEngland’s “We’re Good to Go” industry standard and the World Travel & Tourism Council‘s “Safe Travels” standardised protocols stamp. These show our commitment to keeping everyone as safe as possible on our guided tours.
Click here to read our full Covid-19 procedures.
The Cotswolds is the largest designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ (AONB) in England. Covering an area of around 800 square miles (~2000 square kilometres) and including approximately 150 small towns and villages, it encompasses roughly the area between Stratford-upon-Avon to the north, Cheltenham to the east, Oxford to the west and Bath to the south. Famed for the warm honey-coloured Cotswold stone from which many of the region’s buildings are made, the Cotswolds is also characterised by its rich history, traditions, and beautiful countryside landscape. Find out more by joining one of our tours!
No! As travellers ourselves we know how frustrating it is to not be able to book a tour as a solo traveller, or to have tours cancelled at the last minute due to low numbers. As such, it always has and always will be our policy to operate tours irrespective of whether we have 1 or 16 passengers. If you are the only person booked on a tour, we might ask if you would be able to move to a different date, but if you can’t, no problem, your tour will go ahead.
There may be times when we are forced to cancel one or more of our tours. Examples might be regional or national health restrictions that mean we cannot run our business, if a member of our team becomes ill, or if our vehicle breaks down.
If we have to cancel your tour or journey, we will contact you at the earliest opportunity and offer you:
If, for any reason, you need to cancel your place on a small-group tour, please let us know, giving us at least 24 hours notice. In line with our usual Terms and Conditions, we will offer you:
No-shows or cancellations with less than 24 hours notice given will not be eligible for a refund.
To cancel or amend a private tour or private vehicle hire booking, a 14-day notice period is required, and a £50 cancellation fee (per day, for multi-day hires) applies.
As parents/guardians, you should consider whether your child(ren) will enjoy the day and/or affect the enjoyment of other passengers.
We can accommodate people with most disabilities, including visual impairment and mobility issues. However, we regret that our minibuses are not wheelchair accessible, so our tours are not suitable for wheelchair users who are unable to get in and out of a wheelchair. Please see our Access Statement for more information, and if you have any questions, please just ask us.
With the exception of guide/assistance dogs, we do not allow dogs or other pets on our vehicles. This is for the safety, comfort and enjoyment of our other guests and staff.
Yes! Our minibuses have a large luggage compartment, so we can usually accommodate luggage, including large suitcases, foldable wheelchairs, walkers and strollers.
Small handbags, coats and other small personal items may be kept inside the minibus, either at your feet or on the overhead shelf. All luggage and personal items are your responsibility.