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Sightseeing Tours

Explore the South East, or further afield, in style. From the famous white cliffs of Dover to ‘the loveliest castle in the world’, there are so many fascinating places to visit in the South East – and no more enjoyable way to travel than in a Chariots executive car or limousine. We offer executive car and limousine hire throughout Sussex, Kent and Surrey.

We’ll pick you up from your door and take you on a personalised tour to the sights of your choice, driven by one of our experienced chauffeurs. Tours can be arranged for any length of time – for a day or as long as you like.

It’s an unforgettable way to experience the history and scenic splendour of the Kent and Sussex countryside at your leisure. Or you may want to travel further afield, for example to the West Country or continental Europe. Just ask us for a quote – it may well be more affordable than you think!

We have included a number of popular tours below, but we can provide a customised schedule to your specific needs. We are a small family run business established in 1993, not a broker or agent,

Please call us now on 01273 813 401 for a no obligation quote.

Splendid Gardens Tour

Take in one, two or three of the South East’s most beautiful gardens. There are many to choose from but here is a selection:

WAKEHURST PLACE – managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, these ornamental gardens surround a 16th century mansion.

SISSINGHURST – internationally celebrated garden designed around the surviving part of an Elizabethan mansion, displaying outstanding plantmanship, artistry and colour schemes throughout the season.

There are many other gardens to choose from, including

SHEFFIELD PARK,
BORDE HILL,
PETWORTH,
NYMANS,
HIGHBEECH – you’re spoilt for choice!

 

Churchs & Cathedrals Tour

CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL – the mother of the Anglican Church and the greatest example of ecclesiastical architecture in England with its 12th century choir and magnificent 13th century stained glass windows.

In complete contrast, visit BERWICK CHURCH in a small village in the heart of the countryside, framed by the South Downs. Its interior is beautifully decorated by the Bloomsbury artists – Vanessa and Quentin Bell and Duncan Grant. Many more wonderful churches and cathedrals to explore across the South East – again, it’s your choice.

Alfriston & Cuckmere Valley

This tour is a favourite! Starting in ALFRISTON – one of the prettiest Sussex villages with friendly shops, pubs and tea rooms catering for all tastes. Move on from here to the breathtaking white cliffs and spectacular views over the South Downs and the coastline from the Cuckmere Valley.

See the famous cliff-top houses – about to fall into the sea – and marvel at the lighthouse, now moved to a safer position. On through JEVINGTON, nestling at the foot of the Downs, and stop for refreshments at MICHELHAM PRIORY with its craft shops and tranquil gardens.

 

Historic Castles

How the ‘other half’ used to live!

The South East has a host of picture postcard castles steeped in history. LEEDS CASTLE – built on two islands in a lake and dating back to the 9th century, Leeds was dubbed ‘the loveliest castle in the world’ by Lord Conway and many have agreed with that description since. Sitting in 500 acres of gardens and countryside, it houses a unique collection of paintings, tapestries and furniture.

BODIAM CASTLE – a classic medieval castle, once described as ‘like the work of a bucket and spade on a giant scale’. Again, you are spoilt for choice with HEVER, DOVER, PEVENSEY, ARUNDEL and HERSTMONCEUX castles and the historic town of RYE all within easy reach.

 

South Coast Special

BRIGHTON – visit the Royal Pavilion – eccentric, extravagant and extraordinary. Built for King George IV, used by Queen Victoria and transformed into the Indian style by John Nash. Travel to EASTBOURNE – known for its lovely seafront gardens. Move along the coast to PEVENSEY and HASTINGS – 1066 country. Well worth visiting before moving on to RYE with its harbour and antique shops