All of our guides are trained and qualified to guide throughout Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds and can each be contacted individually to enquire about the service you require. If required, use the Specialist Knowledge and/or Language search facilities below to refine your search, then click on the guide’s photo to find out more about the guide, including their contact details.
As a native speaker of German, I have been living in the South West for over 20 years, and take a particular pleasure in working with German groups, showing and explaining the many fascinating aspects of British life and culture.
Over many years I have visited some wonderful places around the world, with all these experiences, I am confident that the Cotswolds will give as much enjoyment and interest as anywhere in the world.
Jane has lived in the Heart of England for over 35 years and knows Gloucestershire, Herefordshire & Worcestershire well.
Having lived in the UK since 1998, multilingual Christel loves sharing the gems and secrets she has learned about the beautiful South West of England
Tabby is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide. Join her to discover the countryside, towns and villages of the Cotswolds. She can arrange coach tours or transport by private car, but she particularly recommends exploring on foot.
Cheryl’s tours are tailored specifically for you. Whatever your interests Regency or Romans, painters or poets, churches or gardens or just stunning countryside and charming chocolate box villages, the Cotswolds has it all – oh and lots of sheep!
I grew up in the West Country and still have family ties to Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds. Following employment in the military and medicine, I am now involved full-time in tourism.
Guiding since 1997, leading coach tours of Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds & walking tours of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Chipping Campden, Broadway and Burford, & country walks.
Graham is based in the Thames Valley so is very handily placed to meet you for tours of the Cotswolds and further afield, such as Oxford, Windsor and the Chiltern Hills.