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"We did the afternoon private tour of Lacock and Castle Combe with Daniel, and it easily capped off our most relaxing day of vacation... Thank you Daniel and Bath Insider Tours! I'd highly recommend Bath Insider Tours to anyone visiting the Bath area!"

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Explore two famous and beautiful villages near Bath on this private afternoon tour. 

The picturesque villages of Lacock and Castle Combe have changed little over the centuries. Their charming appearance has made them popular filming locations e.g. Harry Potter, Downton Abbey, Dr Doolittle and War Horse have all been filmed in the villages.

Walking around the villages I will show you traditional village features and places used in films and will tell you stories about the villages. Castle Combe is located within the Cotswolds and was once voted the prettiest village in England. I will explain about the Cotswolds and some of its unusual stories including why a sheep appears on its logo!

At the end of the tour I will treat you to the famous English Cream Tea. You haven't experienced England until you have tried one of these!

Tour duration: 5 hours

Tour frequency: Daily between March and October* 

Start time: 1:30 pm

Meeting point: Your accommodation in Bath or a central location in Bath such as the railway station

Tour price: £240 for your private group (maximum 6 people) plus £20 per person e.g. If you are 2 people the price will be a total of £280. Your cream tea is included in the price.

*Please contact me if you would like to visit these villages outside of these months.

Cotswolds sign - Tour from Bath
House in Lacock - tour from Bath
Castle Combe Village Tour


We do not visit Lacock Abbey during the tour. If you are interested in visiting the Abbey which was converted into a country home and is where they filmed some of the scenes for Harry Potter please let me know in advance. An additional charge will apply to pay for the entrance fee.

INSIDER TIP: An English Cream Tea is a pot of tea accompanied by scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam. They can be very filling so please bear this in mind for your dinner plans that evening! For guests familiar with cream teas -  do not worry - I will not judge you if you put your cream on the scone first!

INSIDER TIP 2: If you have a full day and would like to see more of the Cotswolds please check out my South Cotswolds Tour.

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