Today, in the company of a top notch Blue Badge Guide, we explore beautiful landscapes and visit an Indian Palace on a Cotswold Hill.
We begin at 10.30am for time to buy morning refreshments in Moreton-
Come on a Tuesday morning and enjoy the vibe of the largest market in the Cotswolds. The expert Blue Badge Guide will show you some of the highlights of this handsome town and share some of its stories.
Then we're off by coach to explore some very beautiful landscapes, taking in Stow-
Broadway is the Jewel of the Cotswolds with an absolute chocolate box of a High Street lined with horse chestnut trees and a mixture of period houses and picturesque honey coloured stone cottages. Victorian artists and writers were drawn here and those seekers of beauty the Arts and Crafts movement made homes in the area. There is a good choice of places to buy lunch and some great mooching to be had.
Nothing quite prepares you for Sezincote. Winding through mighty oaks lining a long drive we see a weathered-
Sezincote wowed the Prince Regent thus inspiring the Brighton Pavilion and it is now attracting lots of visitors having wowed viewers of BBC Gardeners' World. You'll be taken on a tour of the house (beautiful Regency interiors, lovely and light and not overly long -
We'll stop nearby to buy a cuppa before heading home by 5.00pm.
Adults & Seniors: £28
Available Mon to Weds
May to September
Sezincote House & Gardens -
the Indian Palace on a
Cotswold Hill as seen on
BBC’s Gardeners’ World
Day Trip prices are based on
a minimum 30 people with a
free place at the 40th place.
Price Valid to 31 March 2020