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Leeds Castle and Garden, Dover Castle, Canterbury Cathedral tour: 11 hours
Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral and Dover Castle tour from London

Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst Gardens and Hever Castle and Garden tour: 11 hours
Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst Gardens and Hever Castle tour from London

Sissinghurst Gardens and Hever Castle and Garden tour: 10 hours
Sissinghurst Gardens and Hever Castle tour from London

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Choose your locations to visit, or if you need any help planning your itinerary, we are here to help, provide us with your interests we will make a tailor made itinerary for you so you get the most out of your day.

It is your private tour, we are very flexible with the tours and pick up times, and can pick you up any time of the day.

After your tour we are happy to drop you anywhere in Central London such as Theatre or a restaurant etc.

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Leeds Castle and Garden

Leeds Castle Private Day TourThis magnificent 900 year old Norman castle is built on two small islands rising majestically from the moat and surrounded by a lake formed by the River Len accompanied by the most scenic formal gardens and park lands you are ever likely to see.
Leeds Castle was once a Royal residence for six of England’s queens, and was used as a residence for King Henry VIII first wife Catherine of Aragon and was also a retreat for the rich and powerful. The Castle was built in 1119 by Robert de Crevecoeur as a Norman strong hold and become the property of King Edward I in 1278.

You will explore the 900 year old castle, chapel, galleries, courtyards and banqueting hall before taking time to enjoy the gardens with wildlife which includes wildfowl and black swans and you can also experience the maze made out of 2400 yew trees.

White Cliffs of Dover

Dover Castle Private Day TourThe Castle was a symbol of kingly power and authority guarding the gateway to the realm. It has been continuously garrisoned right up until 1958, protecting Britain from invasion from the shortest sea crossing from Europe.

Dover Castle is a great medieval fortress with the Great Tower at its heart. The Tower is 83 feet high, just less than 100 feet square and the walls are up to 21 feet thick. From 1740 until 1945 its defences were successively updated in response to every European war involving Britain.

The Castle hosted many royal visits by Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria.

During the Napoleonic Wars Dover became a garrison town and there was a need to build barracks which were built in tunnels about 15 meters below the cliffs top. The tunnels become abandoned for more than a century until the outbreak of the Second World War when they were converted into an air-raid shelter and later into a military command centre and underground hospital.

Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens

The garden at Sissinghurst Castle in the Weald of Kent, in England at Sissinghurst village, is owned and maintained by the National Trust. It is among the most famous gardens in England and is grade I listed.

Hever Castle and Gardens

Experience 700 years of history and award-winning gardens at the romantic double-moated 13th century Hever Castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn.

Canterbury Cathedral

A Cathedral inspired by English Gothic architecture, Canterbury Cathedral is a big attraction. The wealth of Canterbury Cathedral was bought in by the visiting pilgrims, who were made famous by Chaucer in his book Canterbury Tales. The Cathedral still dominates the sky line of Canterbury today.
Medieval pilgrims used to visit Canterbury to visit the shrine of Thomas Becket, The Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered in the cathedral in 1170 and historians still debate the involvement of Henry II. There are many tombs of famous people that you will be able to see such as Henry IV and The Black Prince (Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales). Step back in history as you walk around the Cathedral.

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