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Our tours start at Moreton-in-the-Marsh train station.
Mon to Fri
Catch the 08.21hrs from Paddington, arrives in Moreton-in-the-Marsh at 09.59hrs
Departs Moreton-in-the-Marsh at 16.26hrs, arrives in Paddington at 17.59hrs
Catch the 08.22hrs train from Paddington, arrives in Moreton-in-the-Marsh at 10.00hrs
Depart Moreton-in-the-Marsh at 16.42hrs, arrives into Paddington at 18.27hrs
Train times correct at time of publication, however these are subject to change so please ensure that you choose the correct times when booking your train tickets. Further information can be found on the National Rail website HERE or on the Great Western Railway website HERE.
Yes, as our tours are for small groups, your driver/guide will be able to provide an informative commentary as you pass through the various towns and villages, as well as answer any questions you may have.
There may be occasions where your driver/guide may need to stop talking to concentrate on driving, however he/she will endeavour to answer any questions at soon as it is safe to do so.
During the tour we will visit several villages and towns such as Broadway, Chipping Campden and Stow-on-the-Wold, which have a selection of cafés, tea rooms and delicatessen where you can pick up some food to take-away (unfortunately, there will not be time for you to sit down in a restaurant).
We recognise that everybody, including disabled and less able visitors, has the right to enjoy all aspects of tourism and travel.
Our 7-passenger Mercedes V-Class, which we use for our group tours, is both comfortable and spacious. We do not provide ramps however your driver/guide would be happy to provide some assistance for you in entering and exiting the vehicle. Please note however that our staff do not receive disability awareness/equality training.
As this is a group tour with multiple passengers, if you do require additional or special assistance we recommend that you also book a seat for a carer to join you during your tour. Unfortunately during a group tour we can not accommodate for wheelchairs on board.
We make it our priority to meet customers’ individual needs through personal attention. We aim to provide the same high quality levels of service for everybody. If a group tour is not suitable, then we would be happy to provide pricing for a private tour where an itinerary can then be tailored to your individual requirements.
The minimum age limit for children travelling on a Cotswold group tour with Bellwether Cotswold Group Tours is 10 years, when accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. All parents/guardians are responsible for the behaviour of their children.
For any passengers travelling alone, the minimum age limit is 18 years old.
Should you wish to travel with passengers under 10, we are very happy to provide pricing for a private tour with our sister company CJP Tours for families where we would be happy to accommodate for all ages and can provide child car seats and booster seats if needed.