Multi-Day Tour | Escorted, Private

London & Bath - Jane Austen: Pride & Prejudice - 6 Day Tou (6 days)

Abercrombie & Kent United Kingdom & Ireland

London, United Kingdom To London, United Kingdom

Valid for Departures Now Through: 21 Aug 2018

London & Bath - Jane Austen: Pride & Prejudice - 6 Day Tou (6 days)


Day 1
London, United Kingdom
The Milestone Hotel and Residences None

After clearing customs at the airport, meet your Guardian Angel and transfer by private vehicle to your hotel in London. After check in, the remainder of your day is at leisure to settle in to this historic city on the River Thames.

Day 2
London, United Kingdom
The Milestone Hotel and Residences Breakfast

Embark on a full-day excursion to the south west of London. Firstly drive into the rural countryside of Hampshire where Jane Austen spent much of her life, stopping in the village of Chawton. Visit the house where the author lived in the latter years of her life and where she penned the majority of her mature writing (including Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility which were both revised in the house as well as Emma and Persuasion which were entirely written here).

Also of interest may be St. Nicholas Church where the Austens worshipped. You can enter the church and also see the graves where Jane’s mother and sister are buried. Just a short walk away is the Chawton House Library; a beautiful building where the landscaping around the house has been re-planted to reflect what it looked like in Austen's day.

Afterwards head to Winchester where Jane Austen was buried in the cathedral in 1817 at the age of 41. Winchester Cathedral was a building she greatly admired and her modest funeral was attended by just four people. There is an illustrated exhibition detailing Jane Austen’s life, work and death in Hampshire displayed beside her grave. Jane Austen only lived a few weeks in the house (now a private residence) in College Street but continued to write there.

Optional Excursion: Travel north onto Salisbury Plain to visit Stonehenge, arguably the most famous prehistoric site in Europe. Visitors cannot fail to wonder at the effort it must have taken to drag the enormous stones over the land and erect them in circles. From here return to London past Old Sarum hill.

Day 3
Bath, United Kingdom
The Royal Cresent Breakfast

On your way to Bath today, stop at Basildon Park near the town of Reading. This impressive Georgian House took a starring role in the 2005 production of Pride & Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley as Lizzy. The mansion played Mr Bingley's house, Netherfield, a suitably grand residence for a 'young man of four or five thousand a year'.

Continue your journey west and visit Lacock; a timeless, traditional English village. Besides being used as a movie set for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Lacock appeared as Meryton in the 1995 BBC television adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. Here the Bennet girls shopped for bonnets, sought the latest gossip from their Aunt Phillips, and hoped to attract the attentions of the officers.

Day 4
Bath, United Kingdom
The Royal Cresent Breakfast

Explore the city of Bath which is so familiar throughout Jane Austen’s novels as a prosperous spa resort, popular with fashionable society. The city’s impeccably preserved Georgian architecture remains unchanged from the streets described in Northanger Abbey and Persuasion.

Visit the magnificent Assembly Rooms and admire the Ball Room, Octagon, Tea Room and Card Room that were used in the eighteenth century for dancing, music and card playing, and of course, visit the Jane Austen Centre which offers a snapshot of life during Regency times and provides an authentic period atmosphere. If you wish, take time to enjoy a pot of tea and some home-made cake before continuing your tour.

See Number 4 Sydney Place, an 18th-century Georgian apartment where Jane lived with her family from 1801 to 1806. Jane also walked along the Royal Crescent on Sundays after church; at the time, it was a very fashionable thing to do in order to be seen by high society.

To complete the day, you will have the opportunity to discover Bath’s other highlights such as the Pump Rooms.

Day 5
London, United Kingdom
The Milestone Hotel and Residences Breakfast

This morning travel with your driver-guide back to London with the option of stopping in one of the most beautiful areas of England. The Cotswolds are famous for thatched cottages and hundreds of honey-colour limestone villages in beautiful rural settings. There are a number of charming villages to wander through and great, cosy country pubs to dine in.

Day 6
London, United Kingdom
None Breakfast

Today is a special day for Pride and Prejudice fans and an opportunity to immerse yourself further in the world of Jane Austen as you travel with your driver-guide to Luckington Court, the site where the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice starring Colin Firth, was filmed. Receive a warm greeting from your specialist Pride and Prejudice tour guide who will take you on an engaging private tour of Luckington Court (known as Longbourn Court in the novel) and its extensive gardens. You are sure to be captivated by the church where Lizzie marries Darcy and the charming rooms within the house itself as you listen to anecdotes about the production. Your tour of the house will conclude with a full English afternoon tea.

Continue your journey back to London with the option of stopping in one of the most beautiful areas of England. The Cotswolds are famous for thatched cottages and hundreds of honey-colour limestone villages in beautiful rural settings. There are a number of charming villages to wander through and great, cosy country pubs to dine in.

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For those who admire the author Jane Austen this is the perfect itinerary to explore some of the most important places in her life and work.

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For more than 25 years, Abercrombie & Kent United Kingdom & Ireland has provided outstanding journeys for discerning travellers across the United Kingdom. From its central base in the Cotswolds, the company operates an unsurpassed, localised network that allows the company to effortlessly arrange tours across the two regions. Guests enjoy a range of unrivalled benefits, such as Guardian Angels who provide friendship and reassurance and an inspired collection of "Insider Access" experiences such as granting private access to see the iconic Crown Jewels followed by an evening of cocktails and canapés in the Hall of Monarchs.

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The cities of London, Dublin and Edinburgh are wonderful but be sure venture out of the cities during your tour and experience the picturesque and often dramatic countryside of the UK & Ireland.

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Reviewed on: 11 Oct 2013

We especially liked the wonderful service when we arrived in our cities. Guides were fantastic too
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Reviewed on: 27 Jul 2015

Abercrombie & Kent made arrangement for us to have drivers for July 5th, 6th and 7th and to return us to Dublin on the 8th. Although the drivers said they were not from A&K, they had been hired by them and took us to the preplanned sites and tours that we had agreed on. In addition, they (one on the 5th and 6th, another one on the 7th and 8th) included many sites and historical tours of the cities which we visited. Both were excellent drivers and expert guides! They were not, apparently, aware of the agreed to contract with A&K and we did have to pay for admission to all the tours that required fees, but we felt we got so much more from their experience that the cost was well worth what we paid.
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Reviewed on: 06 Aug 2015

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By: Kathy

Reviewed on: 02 Oct 2015

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Reviewed on: 11 Jun 2017

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Tour of The Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland

By: Diana Chandler

Reviewed on: 22 Jul 2018

Our travel agent set up a private, one-hour tour of the Old Course through Abercrombie & Kent and our St. Andrews guide, 82 yr old Jim Bowie, was fabulous! He was EXTREMELY knowledgeable with the history of, not only golf in Scotland, but with The Old Course as well. Jim is fit as a fiddle (golfs 6 days of the week!), and really took the time to answer questions and show us around in a leisurely fashion...he actually went over the one-hour limit—-we were thrilled to learn as much of the history of golf in Scotland as we could! We ended the tour at the golf shop where an Old Course golf ball and scorecard were given to each of us for booking the tour. This is included with a group tour as well. Afterward, Abercrombie & Kent had set up a luncheon reservation at Swilcan Clubhouse (you pay your own food/drink bill) and even though we were running late, they held our table at the windows overlooking the course! We would highly recommend using Abercrombie & Kent for this tour.
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