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Jane Austen Tour

Jane Austen Tour

Tour Dates: September 13 to 15, 2024

Jane Austen Tour

Take a trip back to Georgian England and the world of Jane Austen's heroines. Visit elegant Bath, made famous by so many of her novels and the Pump Room, Assembly Rooms and Jane Austen Centre; Austen's home in Chawton; her burial place in Winchester; houses where she danced and which inspired her novels. See locations used in TV and film adaptations and enjoy lunch in an 18th century pub and traditional afternoon teas.


Tour Summary
Double/Twin From $1,420.00pp
Single From $1,700.00pp
Tour Types: Literary
Group Size: Maximum 15 people
Accomodation: 4 Star Hotel in Winchester
Meals: Breakfast
Transport: Motor Coach
Whats included: Tour Guide, Entrance Fees to Winchester Cathedral, Jane Austen Centre, The Vyne, Jane Austen's House


Morning departure from London with your driver/guide for the county of Hampshire. We take you back in time to the 18th and 19th Centuries, through a countryside of turnpikes and toll roads. Visit one of the important posting-houses and discover the fashionable modes of transport in Jane Austen's novels: the curricle, the barouche landau and the gig. Lunch in a typical 18th Century pub (at own cost), followed by a walking tour of Winchester including the city museum and house where Austen died. Visit 11th Century Winchester Cathedral, to see where Jane Austen is buried and enjoy a tour of the Cathedral. This is truly Austen country and we promise many surprising additions along the way! Overnight accommodation in Winchester hotel.

Breakfast. Visit the elegant Georgian city of Bath and a walking tour of the sites and houses where Jane Austen lived and visited. Explore places made famous in her Bath novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, such as the Assembly Rooms, Pump Room, Abbey Church Yard and Bath Street. Visit the Jane Austen Centre and enjoy the authentic period atmosphere and watch the video of Jane Austen's Bath. Enjoy the atmosphere, and watch the Regency parade for the Jane Austen annual festival. Lunch at leisure, followed by a visit to the picturesque village of Lacock, a popular setting for period dramas as it remains much as it did in the 18th Century. Lacock's Church Street and High Street appear as locations in Emma and Pride & Prejudice. Option of a typical English afternoon tea in a country tea room or gardens (at own cost). Overnight accommodation in Winchester hotel.

Breakfast. Journey through the English countryside, seeing villages with thatched roof cottages and houses very much as they were during Jane's time. Visit the site of Steventon Rectory, where Jane Austen was born and lived until she was twenty-five and where the initial drafts of Northanger Abbey, Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice were written. Halt at the old posting inn at Deane Gate and learn of its connections with Jane's brother and visit The Vyne, a large stately home where Jane and her sister attended society dances. Explore Jane Austen's home in Chawton where she lived for the last eight years of her life and the museum housing a fine range of Austen memorabilia. It was here that she revised and decided to publish Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. Close by is St Nicholas' Church, where Austen's mother and sister are buried. Return to London early evening.

What Our Clients Say

I was very fortunate to be on their 70th and 75th D-Day celebration tours. The service and attention to details was exceptional. It was very moving to go back.

As a Jane Austen enthusiast, this tour was perfect - and the Jane Austen Festival in Bath was just fabulous to see!

Words fail me...The Downton Abbey was a perfectly wonderful travel experience! We did not know we would be the ONLY guests at the Abbey. When we realised how truly exclusive our tour was we were speechless! Surreal being there and actually meeting Lady Carnarvon.


A twin room has two separate beds, and a double room has one bed for two people to share. 

The tour will include at least half a day in Bath, and is scheduled so that you are able to watch the Regency Parade - one of the key events of the Jane Austen festival. 

No, only breakfast is included. Your guide will suggest locations for lunch and there are restaurants within walking distance of the hotel for dinner.