Cotswold Horizons Executive Car Hire - Cotswolds & UK Tours

4 Sands Close, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7ER 
T: +44 (0)1386 858599  E:

Welcome to the Home Page for Cotswold Horizons - the name to trust for tailor-made car tours of the Cotswolds and the Heart of England. We also provide airport transfers, picking up from Gatwick, London Heathrow and Birmingham airports. 

E-mail us - include travel dates, airport and brief outline of your interests and we'll e-mail back a few ideas plus a price quote.

Question: How do you get to see the very best of an 'undiscovered' area, full of pretty villages of honey-coloured stone and breath-taking rural scenery?

Answer: Embark on a tailor-made tour, with a driver guide who loves the Cotswolds and knows the area like the back of his hand!

Based in Broadway we are perfectly placed for your visit to the Cotswolds, Bath, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Heart of England.
Forget struggling along winding roads in a hired in style in a Mercedes, as we drive you around our part of beautiful Britain.

Don't waste time on a coach because other people want to see something different...please yourself all of the time. You set the pace. All our tours are individual and last from two hours to five days. 

Drivers are well versed in local history and full of good ideas to help you get the most from your holiday. Simply tell us what you'd like to see and we'll do the rest.

Merry Olde England

Warwick Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford and Blenheim Palace.

Go back in time to a land of myths and mysteries.... start off at Warwick, the finest medieval castle in England. See how knights in armour lived in 1068. 

Then move onto Stratford to see the five Shakespeare houses, including Anne Hathaway's humble thatched cottage. 

A sharp contrast with the vast glory of Blenheim, the Cotswold's most romantic stately home.

Photo: William Morris Gallery

Photo: William Morris Gallery

William Morris Arts and Crafts
A Cotswold tour with a difference
Not only beautiful chocolate-box villages of thatched roofs and rural beauty, but also a true artist's delight, as we link today's Cotswolds with William Morris and the 19th century Arts and Crafts Movement, still very much alive today in Chipping Campden and the surrounding areas. The tour includes a visit to workshops and special exhibitions, plus fabulous Kelmscott Manor, William Morris' country home. 
Tour must be organised around attraction opening times.

"Why organise all this on your own? In five days we covered the Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, Oxford, Stonehenge and Blenheim. We even visited the US forces memorial at Runnymeade, which we'd wanted to see for years. Don made it all so easy and such fun." Mr and Mrs Rogers, Indianapolis. 

Stonehenge, Avebury, Oldbury and the white horse. Bath, Roman Baths, Royal Hotel. Cirencester, Blockley and Broad Campden

Chipping Campden (old silk mill, David Hart Silversmiths, St James' church, Sir Baptist Hicks statues, William Greville House). Broadway and the Lygon Arms, Stanton, Stanway, the beautiful Buckland Manor, Longborough, Lower Swell, Upper Swell, Lower Slaughter and Mill (over 1,000 year old bread mill), Upper Slaughter church and Manor Hotel. Stow on-the-Wold (Royalist Hotel that, at 1,000 years old is also oldest pub in England, with its witches ring over the fireplace, hidden holes etc). Antique shops (including £35,000 four poster bed) Moreton in Marsh, Marsh Goose Restaurant, Batsford Park and horses. Paxford and Churchill pub. Old railway line, Broad Campden, Willersey (old farm house that's been moved up the hill), Broadway Tower and highland cattle.

Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon -- Ann Hathaway's house, Mary Arden's House (falconry display), Shakespeare's birthplace. Past times shop (quick trip to Willersey sub-division...sheep and more sheep) pretty cottages at Westington, by Campden

Blockley, Moreton in Marsh, Chipping Norton, 'Bliss Silk Mill', pheasant farm, Enstone, Woodstock, Blenheim Palace, Oxford

Runnymeade, Windsor & Castle, Eton College, Marlow (Complete Angler Restaurant), London Mayfair.

8 Bells Pub in Chipping Campden (good food) Baker's Arms, Broad Campden - music people off the cuff performance. Noel Arms, Chipping Campden, tourist info office and walk to Broad Campden. Conygree: medieval land protected for rabbits! William Morris stayed at Broadway Tower. Mount pub at Stanton.

Over 15 years of experience in meeting people at main airports, stations and seaports. Professional, reliable first point of contact for travellers coming to Britain.

To speak direct with Cotswold Horizons, call Don Wright now on 01386 858599 or E: