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Glastonbury and Cheddar Gorge Day Trip from London

7 reviews
| 1 day


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Category: Day Trips, Tours
Duration: 1 day
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Stop At: Cheddar Gorge & Caves, The Cliffs, Cheddar BS27 3QF England

Explore the famous Cheddar Gorge, the quintessential English town and the caves where the earliest remains of ancient Britons have been found.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Glastonbury Abbey, Abbey Gatehouse Magdalene Street, Glastonbury BA6 9EL England

Entrance is included to this ruined Abbey where you will have time to explore the ruins and the surrounding town.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Glastonbury Tor, off Wellhouse Lane, Glastonbury England

View the dramatic Glastonbury Tor, with the sole remaining structure of the Church of St Michael after the rest was destroyed by a medieval earthquake.

Air-conditioned vehicle
Pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points
Entry/Admission - Glastonbury Abbey


Meeting point
Earl's Court Station (Stop C), Earl's Court, London SW5 9TB, UK


Jun 2018

Highly recommend for both solo traveler's and families. This was by far the best tour while visiting England. We were blessed with sunny/ warm weather. Glastonbury was a wonderful stop for shopping and vegetarian lunch with tea. Climbing the Tor was steep and not an easy climb but well worth it when you get to the top. Cheddar Gorge offers a climb and underground cave tour Price not included with tour but well worth the look if you mention the tour group at the cashier you get a discount. The tour guide was super helpful and friendly. The bus is a new Mercedes Benz van with clean seats and climate control too. If I went back to England I'd do more tours with this group. Professional, easy going and well managed.

Oct 2017

Best tour we've been on in a while! LOVED our tour guide, Manon! Glastonbury is a beautiful and mystical place! Really enjoyed Cheddar Gorge! Highly recommend it!

May 2017

A brilliant tour with beautiful weather. And once again the tour leaders were truly wonderful.

Oct 2016

Loved Glastonbury Abbey, a beautiful and peaceful site. Dont climb up to the Tor if you're afraid of heights, some parts of the path are very narrow and have no rails wish someone had told me before.
Cheddar Gorge is also brilliant if you like nature walks and cave-exploring and cheese, of course.
Overall an amazing trip.

Sep 2015

Excellent trip. The guide was cheerful and kept us entertained all the way. Gorgeous gorge view with real cheddar if you fancy. Lol, Whats more you want?

Oct 2018

My wife and I really wanted to see Cheddar Gorge, so when I saw this tour I was very happy. Firstly, we we're picked up at Earl's court at 8.20am by the mini coach, there some seats left since we were the last pick up point, unfortunately our seats were facing backwards, so imagine for almost 9 hrs on the road we were riding backwards. Plus the fact the bus was very hot because of the controlled temperature, every body was complaining how hot it was and then the aircon will open for a couple of hours and then off again with the heating which was always on (and everybody was wearing winter clothes which makes it very uncomfortable) About the tour in Glastonbury, we arrived at 11.45am, we were given enough time to roam around the Glastonbury Abbey, but if you wanted to go to Glastonbury Tor, it's not enough. At 2.30 we left Glastonbury, for some reason (we were not informed) the bus had a detour and we arrived Cheddar Gorge at 5.00 (the only reason we went on this tour) EVERYTHING WAS CLOSED already. We were given 1 hr and 15mins to roam around, since all shops and caves were closed already there's nothing really left to do. Such a waste of time. I would NOT recommend this trip.

Jul 2018

This was the worst tour I have ever taken. I was looking forward to Glastonbury and to a narrative from the guide. He was nodding off for a large majority of the tour, and there was very little information shared. We were given tickets to the abbey and let loose. There was very little time allocated in Galstonbury and WAY too much time in Chedder Gorge so ruined both for all. To top it all, the bus broke down and ended up getting back to London by 9:30 at night. It was awful and I would not recommend this tour to anyone.

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