Lunch in the Cotswolds Day Trip from London. Join our London day trip to the Cotswolds, the most beautiful village in England, and have lunch in a 17th Century former coaching Inn in Bibury! This full-day excursion includes a two-course lunch in the picturesque countryside of the Cotswolds, just outside of London.
From London, take a relaxing air-conditioned coach ride to the picturesque Cotswolds, where stone-built villages, lush pastures, and a bygone era character abound. Enjoy a traditional English lunch at an old Cotswolds hotel restaurant, complete with a stone fireplace and oak beams, in the middle of your tour of beautiful villages like Burford, Bibury, and Stow-in-the-Wold.
- Lunch in a 17th-century former coaching inn
The Cotswolds region of England is one of the most beautiful parts of the country, and it’s only a short distance from central London by air-conditioned coach. Make use of your tour guide’s knowledge to learn all you can about the area’s history and attractions, from stone-built towns to picturesque villages and lush, rolling farmland.
During your coach ride through the undulating Cotswold hills, keep your camera ready to capture the beautiful town of Burford, known for its wide main street and houses built from local stone in a variety of hues.
There are numerous teahouses and shops lining the street, so take a short break and then continue on to Bibury, the picture-perfect village. Stroll through the village’s 17th-century weavers’ cottages and then dine at the Cotswolds hotel, which serves classic English dishes such as bread-and-butter pudding as dessert.
As you dine, take in the oak-beamed restaurant’s medieval ambiance and the stone fireplace’s purportedly witch-marks. After a well-deserved rest, continue on to Bourton-on-the-Water, where you’ll have about an hour of free time to explore. Stow-on-the-Wold, a small market town in the Cotswolds, is one of the area’s most charming destinations.
Get a second chance to explore this picturesque area, perhaps exploring its charming tea and gift shops and snapping photos of its limestone townhouses, if you have the opportunity. Once you’ve said your goodbyes to the Cotswolds, make your way back to London’s Victoria station, where your tour will come to an end in the early hours of the evening.
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