The Cliveden Tour
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We take you on an exploration of some of Britain’s more interesting roads including The Cheddar Gorge and the Black Mountain Pass and stay at some of England’s finest hotels.
Then we swing northwards through the Mendip Hills up towards the Cotswolds and the glorious Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa, explore the 500 acres of parkland, unwind with a range of spa and well-being treatments or just relax and enjoy unspoilt country house living at its best.
Then we skirt the top of the Brecon Beacons National Park and make our way to the stunning Wye Valley and our destination for the evening, the beautiful Llangoed Hall Hotel.
Cliveden is like no other five star luxury hotel. Being a Grade I listed building, owned by the National Trust and managed by a fine hotel company, guests at Cliveden are treated more like a ‘house guest’ rather than a ‘hotel client.’. Built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham, as a gift to his mistress, Cliveden House has remained a pinnacle of intrigue and glamour for the elite. Former home of the Astors and backdrop to the Profumo affair, it featured in the Beatles ‘Help’ movie. It was also the place the Duchess of Sussex spent the night before her wedding in 2018.
You should have time to enjoy this stately home, perhaps a pleasure trip by river – Cliveden has a flotilla of boats. Or enjoy the spa. Set in the rose- and lavender-filled gardens, the large, luxurious spa has both a heated indoor and an outdoor pool, a sauna, an aromatherapy steam room, an indoor Jacuzzi, outdoor hot tubs, seven treatment rooms all with water mattresses, and a manicure, pedicure and hair dressing studio.
- Welcome drinks at all hotels upon arrival
- Luxurious Hotel accommodation, including breakfast
- Seated three or four course gourmet dinners
- Selected wines with dinner
- Route folder with map, plus a Sat Nav programmed for the route
- Support vehicle
- Luggage transportation
- Event managers will accompany the trip
- Group photographer
- Car decals
- Gala dinner with presentations