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Westfields Tours offer guided tours from Oxford to Bath & Stonehenge, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick, The Cotswolds or anywhere in the UK mainland in comfortable Mercedes-Benz vehicles with friendly and experienced chauffeur tour guides.

Westfields Tours offer the following tours:

Tour 1 – Bath & Stonehenge

Spend 3 to 4 hours in the unique and beautiful Bath, visit the original Roman style baths, enjoy a spa beauty treatment or wander through the fantastic range of shops.  After Lunch the next stop is Stonehenge which is an English Heritage Site, this is also known as the most sophisticated stone circle in the world.

Tour 2 – Stratford-Upon-Avon & Warwick Castle

In the morning you will be taken to Stratford, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, you can also visit the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and not forgetting the beautiful Bancroft Gardens.  After lunch you will be taken to the magnificent Warwick Castle, a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068 situated on the River Avon.

Tour 3 – The Cotswolds

Your journey through the Cotswolds, England’s largest area of outstanding natural beauty begins at Burford, then on to Bourton-on-the-Water, next stop is Stow-on-the-Wold.  After Lunch, when returning to Oxford you will be taken through Moreton-in-Marsh and finally Chipping Norton.

Tour 4 – Blenheim Palace & Bicester Village

Beginning with a visit to Blenheim Palace, home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill which will give you a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the history and splendour of the palace, park and gardens.  After lunch at the Orangery, a trip to Bicester Village for some retail therapy, home to more than 130 luxury boutiques to indulge in savings of up to 60% all year round with further option of tax-free shopping for non UK residents.

Tour 5 – “Something For The Kids”

In the morning we take you and the kids to the Cotswold Wildlife Park where they have over 260 animal species, stunning gardens and a new adventure playground.  We can then move on to Crocodiles of the World in nearby Brize Norton.

Tour 6 – The Oxford

Starting at either the Ashmolean or Pitt Rivers Museum, onto Christchurch Cathedral, followed by any of the 38 Colleges of your choice from Oxford University.  The Old Parsonage or Quod will be the venue for lunch, with the next rendezvous at the Eagle & Child Pub where CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien use to meet and discuss their current work or you could also visit the CS Lewis Nature Reserve in Risinghurst.  In the evening why not take in a show at the New Theatre.

Tour 7 – Inspector Morse

For fans of John Thaw and Inspector Morse why not take a guided tour of the Inspector’s old hunting ground.  Take a closer look into the world of author Colin Dexter’s famous detective creation.  Visit some of the famous colleges in the City, have tea at the Randolph Hotel or even take a stroll down Broad Street where you will visit actual locations from the series.  In the evening you will be taken to The Trout Inn, Wolvercote for a wonderful meal to round off the expedition.

Tour 8 – The Cambridge

In the morning take the picturesque cross country journey to Cambridge, another popular University town similar to Oxford.  The home of Cambridge University founded in 1209 and one of the top 10 Universities in the world.  To begin, visit the University itself and then onto Anglessey Abbey.  After lunch you will be taken to the Fitzwilliam Museum and finally a visit to the infamous Cambridge University Botanic Gardens.

Tour 9 – The Londoner


Why not take a day trip to the UK’s capital city and take your pick from some the following attractions;  London Eye, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, Natural History Museum, the V&A, Harrods, Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Leicester square, Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden, The Shard, Canary Wharf, The Embankment, London Dungeons, Madame Tussauds, Trafalgar Square to mention a few.

Tour 10 – The Shooter

If you prefer an activity tour why not let us drive you to Oakley and the Oxford Gun Company where you can enjoy your morning at the shooting school or visit the gun room.  Enjoy lunch at the Pheasant in nearby Brill, a quaint, picturesque country pub and in the afternoon take a walk up to the one point at which you can see all four counties.

Tour 11 – “Create Your Own Tour”

If you have any specific requirements please let us know and we can create your very own itinerary tailored to your requirements.