Discover England with UK Chauffeur Driven Tours
The UK is one of the most diverse countries in Europe with a melting pot of cultures and people and a beautiful juxtaposition of vibrant cities and rolling countryside. However long or short your stay in the UK, a UK chauffeur tour is a convenient, bespoke way of seeing the sights and visiting beautiful locations outside of London. You can also avoid the hassle of finding public transport or hiring a car and getting to grips with UK traffic laws yourself.
Touring the UK is a chance to unearth spots you can return to again and again, tell friends about at home or see new sites and enjoy new experiences at your own pace. If you have just one day to spare or a special occasion to celebrate, why not take the chance to get out of London and visit a part of the UK you’ve never seen before in our executive cars?
Mercedes Chauffeur Hire offers chauffeur driven UK tours around the country. All can be enjoyed from the comfort of a luxurious Mercedes S Class limousine or spacious Mercedes Viano luxury people carrier which is ideal for groups of four or more. These executive cars are perfect for long journeys and any weather.
As a premier London chauffeur tour company, we have almost two decades experience perfecting our ultimate service – a service you can enjoy around the UK with a UK chauffeur tour. Our London chauffeurs have experience nationwide and can whisk you away to enjoy your holiday in our luxurious executive cars.
Whether you have a destination in mind and a particular itinerary to adhere to or would like us to design a timetable for you, our UK chauffeur driven tours are a chance to see more of the UK and enjoy towns, cities and villages near and far while feeling completely comfortable.
A UK chauffeur tour is enjoyed at your convenience, so you set the timetable and the stops. This is much preferable to traditional bus or train tours where you’re forced to work to someone else’s times and may find your enjoyment cut short in order not to miss the last bus back to your hotel.
What to expect from a UK chauffeur driven tour
- The freedom to dictate your own itinerary, for any UK location
- Assistance from our experienced team to plan sights, routes and times to ensure you get the very most from your day
- The services of a courteous, discreet and attentiveLondon chauffeur with a minimum of 10 years professional experience and genuine commitment to your satisfaction
- A Mercedes S Class limousine or Mercedes V Class Viano luxury people carrier at your disposal for the duration of the trip
- All our Mercedes S class chauffeur cars are long wheel base models, meaning great deal more legroom for your absolute relaxation
- All our chauffeur driven cars are stocked with complementary sweets, mineral water, mints and a choice of daily papers and magazines for your comfort
There is no limit to the places you can visit with a UK chauffeur tour and no restrictions on the destinations you choose. Mercedes Chauffeur Hire provides fully bespoke tours where you chose your favourite destinations and how long you want to stay at each of the attractions.
However, if you’re looking for a little inspiration, the following itineraries are favourites with our clients:
Bath, Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral
With more listed buildings than the nation’s capital, Bath is a hidden gem of a city and one well worth visiting. A designated World Heritage Site there is beautiful architecture and stunning vistas around every corner. For a truly authentic visit, be sure to set aside an hour or two for the Roman Baths.
Stonehenge needs no introduction. Thought to be older than the Pyramids, the temple has fascinated visitors for centuries. It’s eerie landscape and beautiful setting make it a wonderful day trip destination.
A must visit for history buffs, the beautiful medieval Salisbury cathedral is the tallest in the world and the home of the famed Magna Carta, which was sealed by King John in the 13th century. After your time at the cathedral, you could couple this tour with a visit to the old fortress town of Old Sarum and a picnic lunch in the countryside.
Stratford-upon-Avon And Warwick Castle
The famous birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon is a must for any literary fans. 3 million tourists visit each year and love the quaint old English feel of this popular place. A must for all is a visit to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and watch one of the classic plays on this world famous theatre stage.
The medieval Warwick castle is absolutely stunning. Built in 1068 by William the Conqueror, it is steeped in English history and is something you have to experience before going home. The castle sits in nearly 700 acres of beautiful gardens and is situated along the River Avon, making this a perfect setting for a day out and a memorable picnic lunch.
Oxford and Blenheim Palace
Oxford city houses one of the oldest universities in England which is just breath taking to see. In fact, the whole city has such a variety of architectural delights that you will be kept busy for hours.
Outside of Oxford City, a short drive will take you to Bicester Village designer outlet shopping centre. Its 130 stores selling must have labels like Prada and Gucci at hugely discouted prices makes it a perfect place to buy some gifts, or treat yourself.
Blenheim Palace is situated just 8 miles outside of Oxford city so it makes perfect sense to visit them together. The palace is truly magnificent and is famous for being the birthplace of Winston Churchill. It is set in 2,000 acres of land with many formal gardens to meander through, pondering the historical sights.
Canterbury Cathedral and Leeds Castle
The stunning Canterbury cathedral is one of the most well known in the UK. St. Augustine established the cathedral in 597AD and it has since become a huge tourist attraction. When you see it you will realise why – the cathedral is not only overwhelmingly beautiful, but also steeped in history. The Archbishop of Canterbury has a residence in the grounds and Canterbury Cathedral is one of our most important religious buildings in the UK. It is truly a wonderful place and a definite must see attraction.
About 20 miles from Canterbury Cathedral, you will find Leeds Castle. Built in 1119, Leeds Castle is stunning. Henry VIII is the most famous owner of the castle, who transformed it into a beautiful residence for his first wife Catherine of Aragon. The moat will produce some of the best photographs of your trip, and the 2,400 yew trees in the maze will delight you. Make sure you take in the magnificent gardens and have a stroll through the rolling grounds. There is a world renowned aviary and even a golf course you can indulge in whilst surrounded by some of the best English heritage.
Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace
Windsor Castle is The Queen’s favourite weekend residence and it sits in 13 acres of grounds. When visiting this Royal castle, you can hop across Windsor Bridge and visit the infamous Eton College where Prince William and Prince Harry attended.
Built around 1515, Hampton Court Palace was created as a Royal Palace. Visits to the Haunting Gallery are a must for any visitor. Try and catch a glimpse of the ghost of Henry VIII, Jane Seymour or Catherine Howard who, according to legend, have all been seen haunting the palace.
Bespoke UK Chauffeur Tours
These are just some of our more popular tours. We can mix 1, 2 or even 3 of our tours for you to get a well-balanced mixture of English culture and history. Bespoke tours are welcome and we have expert advisors who can help you package exactly the right tour for you. Our executive cars will allow you to indulge in our glorious attractions in the height of comfort and convenience.