STATELY TOURS

Stately create luxury, bespoke tours around the United Kingdom. From historic tours around England’s royal palaces and hikes to crumbling castles on windswept Scottish hills to gin tasting in a boutique distillery and a proper roast dinner in a country pub, we can provide experiences throughout the British Isles.

Whatever your clients’ interests, Stately can cater for them. Just call or email us to find out more.

BEAUTIFUL COASTAL DESTINATIONS

Being an island nation, the United Kingdom is not lacking when it comes to beautiful coastline. The dazzling white chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters hug the southern coast where the South Downs National Park meets the sea. Stretching from the Victorian seaside town of Seaford to Eastbourne, the sisters were created when ancient rivers cut valleys into the chalk, creating the seven distinct peaks you see today. This section of Heritage Coast is a haven for walkers and cyclists with trails that follow the sea and head inland into the Seven Sisters Country Park, a patchwork of chalk, grassland, salt marsh and shingle spit.

As well as spectacular coastal views, visitors are treated to a wealth of flora and fauna passing flowers and butterflies on the hillsides and encountering wading birds on the beach. For the iconic view of the sheer white cliff face, you’ll want to make the climb to Beachy Head for sweeping views across the English Channel that stretches all the way to France.

COUNTRY WALKS IN THE COTSWOLDS

Rolling green hills, honey coloured cottages, flocks of sheep and a generous sprinkling of cosy pubs, it doesn’t get more English than the Cotswolds. This sliver of countryside that stretches across five counties is utterly charming and the best way to appreciate it is to lace up your walking boots and go exploring. The village of Broadway, often referred to as ‘the jewel of the Cotswolds’ is a great base, offering access to dozens of trails and cycle paths.

After you’ve stretched your legs and made your way through the patchwork of fields, the restaurants, cafes and pubs of Broadway’s pretty tree-lined high street are the perfect place to recharge with a fine English ale or glass of wine. The interestingly named villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter are considered some of the prettiest in the Cotswolds. Straddling the banks of the River Eye, these twin villages are equally picturesque and from here you can enjoy beautiful walks through the countryside to nearby Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water.

BEAUTIFUL COASTAL DESTINATIONS

Being an island nation, the United Kingdom is not lacking when it comes to beautiful coastline. The dazzling white chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters hug the southern coast where the South Downs National Park meets the sea. Stretching from the Victorian seaside town of Seaford to Eastbourne, the sisters were created when ancient rivers cut valleys into the chalk, creating the seven distinct peaks you see today. This section of Heritage Coast is a haven for walkers and cyclists with trails that follow the sea and head inland into the Seven Sisters Country Park, a patchwork of chalk, grassland, salt marsh and shingle spit.

As well as spectacular coastal views, visitors are treated to a wealth of flora and fauna passing flowers and butterflies on the hillsides and encountering wading birds on the beach. For the iconic view of the sheer white cliff face, you’ll want to make the climb to Beachy Head for sweeping views across the English Channel that stretches all the way to France.

COUNTRY WALKS IN THE COTSWOLDS

Rolling green hills, honey coloured cottages, flocks of sheep and a generous sprinkling of cosy pubs, it doesn’t get more English than the Cotswolds. This sliver of countryside that stretches across five counties is utterly charming and the best way to appreciate it is to lace up your walking boots and go exploring. The village of Broadway, often referred to as ‘the jewel of the Cotswolds’ is a great base, offering access to dozens of trails and cycle paths.

After you’ve stretched your legs and made your way through the patchwork of fields, the restaurants, cafes and pubs of Broadway’s pretty tree-lined high street are the perfect place to recharge with a fine English ale or glass of wine. The interestingly named villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter are considered some of the prettiest in the Cotswolds. Straddling the banks of the River Eye, these twin villages are equally picturesque and from here you can enjoy beautiful walks through the countryside to nearby Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water.