Batsford Village lane
Lower Slaughter village
Batsford Arboretum
Broadway Tower
Motor museum, Bourton on the Water
Batsford Arboretum
Batsford Arboretum

Autumn Colours Tour



One Day Tour (Private)


1 day (8 hours)


  • Driver-guide and executive-type vehicle.


  • Entry fee to any attractions you choose to visit
  • Lunch

Important Information

  • Our full-day tours last approximately 8 hours in the Cotswolds
  • Includes a visit to Batsford Arboretum
  • Tour starts and finishes anywhere in the North Cotswolds (the region between Chipping Campden and Bibury)
  • If you require pick up or drop off outside of North Cotswolds, (eg London or Oxford) you can request when booking
  • Central London to the Cotswolds is about 2 hours by car or 95 minutes by train
  • Our tour covers the North Cotswolds i.e. Chipping Campden to Bibury
  • Mileage fees are incurred for journeys outside of the North Cotswolds
  • Start and finish point - not sure or need advice? Call or e-mail us
  • Online credit card payments accepted. (There is a credit card transaction fee of 2.5% for Visa and Mastercard or 3.5% for American Express)

Hotel Pickup

Meet the guide at the front/lobby of your hotel accommodation five minutes before tour start-time

Booking Terms

All bookings are subject to our standard Terms & Conditions.

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There's no better place to see the Autumn colours than in the Cotswolds. See the leaves turning to yellow, orange and red as the countryside is lit up at this special time of year. All of this along side the golden stone of the North Cotswolds, the curved terraces of Chipping Campden’s High Street – known as the most perfect in England – to the sweetest of rose-clad cottages clustered around age-old village greens. This is the countryside of picture books brought to breath-taking life.

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Gaze from a hill in the North Cotswolds and you’ll find a spectacular view that’s little changed with the passing centuries. Over those rolling slopes, you’ll spy cattle grazing on grasslands dotted with wild orchids, the spires of quaint village churches, sloping lichen-covered cottage roofs, and clear, cool streams where ducks dabble and trout splash. Underneath that earth lies rich Cotswold limestone, so beautiful it was used in the building of St Paul’s Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament.

Our tour, led by a knowledgeable local driver-guide, meanders through some of the Cotswolds’ most iconic spots. Chipping Campden was once the home of medieval sheep barons, who used their wealth to build marvels such as 14th century Grevel’s House and St James’ Church, considered by many to be the finest wool church in the region. Teetering Snowshill atop the Cotswold escarpment, unspoilt Winchcombe, historic Stow-on-the-Wold, and Bourton-on-the-Water – the Venice of the Cotswolds - are some of the prettiest settlements you’ll see; but none are more prized than glorious Upper and Lower Slaughter, which attract visitors from all over the world to wander along secluded pathways by the side of the babbling River Eye.

Unsophisticated as these villages are, they’re known for attracting celebrities past and present. Rock stars, supermodels and fashion designers are among those who’ve bought manors in the area in recent years. But that’s not a new phenomenon. Broadway is still full of galleries, a throwback to the 19th century when painters such as the American Francis Davis Millet fell in love with its wide main street and quaint tranquillity. While Broadway Tower was once lived in by Pre-Raphaelite William Morris; you can see 13 counties from this, the “highest little castle in the Cotswolds”.


Please read our North Cotswolds’ itinerary, ideal for first-time visitors.

Note: route can be adjusted to fit with any start and finish point. For example a Cheltenham hotel, or Moreton-in-Marsh train station.

  • Start: Moreton-in-Marsh Station
  • Chipping Campden
  • Hidcote Manor Garden/Kiftsgate (optional)
  • Broadway Tower
  • Snowshill
  • Broadway
  • Batsford Arboretum
  • Upper and Lower Slaughter
  • Bibury
  • Bourton-on-the-Water
  • Stow-on-the-Wold
  • Finish: Moreton in Marsh Station

During this tour, we’ll also be venturing off the beaten track to view some of the lesser-known gems – tiny hamlets and secluded manors – at the heart of this rural idyll.

Tour Locations


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Until end of November