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Destinations Offered > England/Wales > This Sceptered Isle

We’ve taken some of the most scenic and poignant parts of England and combined them into one special experience. During this program you will visit the best places including Salisbury, Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Bath, the Cotswolds,the scenic villages of Wiltshire and Althorp, the final resting place and ancestral home of Diana, Princess of Wales.

12 Days:$,764 per person inclusive of superior rooms in superior hotels, most meals, personally guided sightseeing and private car and driver. International airfare is additional. Private departures based on your schedule for a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 guests. Rates for private departures for two available upon request.

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Accommodations
Days 2 - 3
London

The Goring Hotel
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The Goring is London’s quintessentially English hotel. This award-winning family-owned property is renowned for luxurious comfort and the most attentive service; it is perfectly placed for all of London’s premier attractions including the boutiques of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street. The very last grand hotel of the Edwardian era to be built, The Goring is now the oldest, privately owned luxury hotel in London. Each bedroom and suite reflects a very individual style, from Nina Campbell’s traditional country house to bespoke British contemporary, complete with the latest technology. The Dining Room and private rooms thrive on an award-winning reputation for delivering the very best of traditional dishes, served with style and flair. All this, a private garden, and a sparkling restaurant backdrop by David Linley, perfectly befits the hotel’s Belgravia location.
Days 4 - 5
Wiltshire

Howard's House
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Howard's House Hotel is set in two acres of glorious gardens in one of the most beautiful villages in Wiltshire. Hidden away in the quietness of the lovely Nadder valley, Teffont Evias has been owned by the same family since Christopher Mayne bought the estate in 1692 and three hundred years later his direct descendant is Lord of the Manor. The family has permitted little change during its tenure and Teffont Evias remains much as it was in the 17th century.
Days 6 - 8
Bath

Macdonald Bath Spa
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An elegant Georgian mansion steeped in history and set in seven acres of peaceful formal gardens, the perfect quintessentially English destination. With 129 elegant, comfortable rooms and suites in the hotel and Imperial Suites private residence to choose from, guests receive the warmest of welcomes and the ultimate in hospitality, luxury and service from our attentive staff and resident Butlers. Add the leading attractions of Bath to indulgent treatments in the contemporary spa, afternoon tea in the Drawing Room, cocktails on the terrace, the anticipation of fine dining and your stay with us will be complete.
Days 9 - 11
Fawsley

Fawsley Hall
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Unique among Northamptonshire hotels, Fawsley Hall is an elegant hotel set in a magnificent Tudor manor house and surrounded by 2000 acres of rolling parkland. Located in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside, the hotel is conveniently situated within easy reach of well-known Northamptonshire attractions such as Silverstone Race Circuit, Althorp Park, Rockingham Park, Boughton House and Holdenby Manor, and other famous attractions within a few hours' drive of Fawsley Hall include Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, Blenheim Palace and Woburn Abbey. Fawsley Hall has seen centuries of gracious living since the house was built by Richard Knightley back in the 15th century. In 1575 Queen Elizabeth I stayed at Fawsley Hall while visiting Northamptonshire, and her original suite can still be seen, with its high roof, sumptuous four-poster bed and delicately carved fireplace. The picturesque parkland at Fawsley Hall, with its woods, lakes and sweeping lawns, was designed by Capability Brown in the 1760s and 70s. Each of the hotel's 52 spacious rooms and suites has been individually styled and furnished, taking great care to retain period features. The finest country house hotel in Northamptonshire, Fawsley Hall has been voted one of the top venues in Europe.