The market town of Basingstoke is found in the county of Hampshire. Coach Tour Basingstoke is a vibrant business as people unfamiliar with the area want a sure, safe way to get around. Long tours to see the UK can be done in complete safety and comfort.
There is so much to see and do in and around the town. There is something appealing for every visitor, from superb restaurants to country fairs and festivals to sporting events to the acclaimed theatre to the exquisite countryside. Hampshire is also home to one of the most famous authors and it is this area where the author found her inspiration to write such classics. A luxury, comfortable coach can whisk you off to see Jane Austen’s House or the Writer’s Way, a trail through magnificent countryside and villages. You’ll arrive unharassed and enthusiastic about what awaits.
There’s the Right Coach Size for You
It doesn’t matter what size coach you require because coach hire Basingstoke is well equipped and experienced to help you secure the coach tours that match your requirements. The drivers of the coaches are thoroughly trustworthy as they’re licensed and vetted and they know the roads in the area like the back of their hands. They can be trusted to get you wherever you want to be in the most comfortable and safe way possible and always on time. They’re also clued up on all the best places to see and which events and festivals are not to be missed.
Battling on unfamiliar roads and dealing with verbally abusive drivers on the roads is enough to make anyone incoherent at the end of the journey when you use your own car or try to drive around yourself. Try coach hire tours Basingstoke and get to where you need to be in peace and in the right frame of mind.
Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or simply want to enjoy a memorable day out with friends and family, minibus tours Basingstoke is ready to supply a first-rate vehicle as well as your own driver for the day.
Located in the gorgeous Hampshire countryside to the southwest of London not far from Salisbury, Andover is a pleasant holiday destination with some important historical attractions worth seeing. Chief among these and the big draw to Andover is Beacon Hill Fortress, just outside town.
Originally the site of the most famous beacon in Hampshire, Beacon Hill Fortress still has its ditches and banks intact, best seen at the entrance to the southeast of the site, and provides unrivaled views over Andover and the surrounding countryside. Features inside the curving banks include storage pits and hut sites, while a memorial stone marks the date when Sir Geoffrey de Haviland took flight in 1910.
In addition to Beacon Hill Fortress, there are a number of other hill forts in the area that provide visitors with spectacular views and a look into the past; these include Quarley, Danebury, Bury Hill and Old Winchester Hill.
Museums abound in the town, with the Museum of Iron Age taking the limelight with its coverage of the British Iron Age. Other must-see museums in Andover include the Andover Museum and the Museum of Army Flying, while the Hawk Conservatory is a great attraction for the whole family.
Other exciting attractions that can be reached with ease using coach tours and minibus tours in Basingstoke include the Guildhall and the Parish Church of St Mary, as well as the Whitchurch Silk Mill and the imposing Highclere Castle nearby. People who want to indulge in a spot of shopping while enjoying this special day out are also well catered for in Andover and there are several quality pubs and restaurants for sustenance.