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Rabbies Tours offer day-long trips to the country of England

In a luxurious shuttle van and a knowledgeable tour guide, a day-long tour outside of London, provides a great way to see the country of England without renting a car.

Rabbie's tours in traditional England
Rabbie's tours in traditional England
Visit the countryside of England
Photo by Stu Forster

Sleepy towns of Marlowe and historic Henley are part of the day-long tour offered by Rabbie's, a tour company based in Scotland.

It's a relaxing day out from the city.

Tour guides

Rabbie's Tour Company are ramping up its tour guides. Each luxurious shuttle holds a capacity of 16 passengers. The tour guides share their love of England by pointing out highlights on the way out of London and throughout the day tour.

Price Point:

This tour costs about $75 to $82 per adult. Discounts are offered on the website, if booked in advance.


  • Local churches offer a historical perspective, transporting visitors to even medieval times
  • The drive through the country side shows a picturesque England
  • Postcard backdrops of England's country is irresistible
  • Tour guides' intimate knowledge of both current and historical England


Starting at 9 a.m., the daylong tour ends around 6:30 pm. This is one of the shortest tours offered through Rabbie's tour company. Rabbie's offers two-day to eight-day tours.

Fun Facts from the tour

  • Windsor Castle is the oldest, operating castle in the world.
  • Churches of England littered the country side
  • A international movie producer purchased a little town for on-site filming
  • Two mile driveways throughout the country
  • Public rowing clubs and practice sessions are visible driving alongside the Thames River.

Contact Information

Rabbie's Trail Burners, Ltd.

207 High Street

Edinburgh, EH1 1PE Scotland

Tel: +44(0) 131 226 3133

Fax +44(0) 131 2257028



Tip #1: Tell your tour guides your interest. For example, asking the tour guides about local pubs will lead you to great discoveries.

Tip #2: Take a taxi to the meeting point so the tour bus won't leave without you.

Tip #3: Tip your tour guides well. They offer the best perspective of a country without the use of a tour book.

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