King Arthur’s Realm
The meeting point will be in front of the Abbey Hotel on Terrace Walk at 9:00 AM where you will meet the local guide and start this trip to the outskirts of Bath. As a first point you will travel to the famous Nunney Castle, built at the end of the 14th century.
Next, you will visit the famous city of Glastonbury, frequented by New Age. Here you can admire Glastonbury Tor which is an old hill, which is connected to King Arthur and Geneva. You'll also see Glastonbury Chalice Well which is located between Tor and Chalice Hill, the sacred and lovely Chalice Gardens in Glastonbury.
Then, you will visit the Glastonbury Abbey, the most important and fascinating in England. It was here that King Arthur was buried. You will continue the trip to Wells, where you will make a walking tour around the city and admire the beautiful cathedral of Wells.
The tour will end at the same starting point in Bath, where the local guide can provide you with all the necessary information to return to your hotel.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||42.00 (GBP)|
|Children (from 4 to 15 years old)||21.00 (GBP)|
- Tour transportation.
- Local guide.
- Drinks and lunch.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much time will we spend in each location?
Drive time from Bath to Nunney Castle 35 minutes
Nunney Castle 20 minutes
Drive time to Wells 30 minutes
Wells 120 minutes
Drive time to Glastonbury 16 minutes
Glastonbury 180 minutes (lunch stop option)
Drive time To Cheddar Gorge 35 minutes
Cider Farm 20 minutes
Drive time back to Bath 55 minutes
N.B. All timings are approximate and for guidance only.
What is and isn’t included in the tour
Food and drinks are not included in the price of the tour. Refreshments can be purchased at various stops during the tour or you can bring food with you. We ask passengers to please refrain from eating and drinking on the bus.