Chauffeur Drive Britain
About Chauffeur Drive Britain
Chauffeur Drive Britain encourages their clients to see “Beyond the Landmarks” with their exceptional bespoke service, and tours tailored to each clients’ individual interests. Whether business or pleasure, their team of “butlers” housed in their luxurious Mercedes S Class vehicles are here to assist you with your every need. From reliable, luxurious transfers for all your business needs, to organizing in demand tickets to sought after plays or sporting events including Wimbledon, as well as a magical journey to the Harry Potter Studio for the whole family.
Our Driver Butlers
Chauffeur Drive Britain’s drivers are handpicked to truly make your clients journey as seamless and stress-free as possible. Whether your destination is to some of our world-famous sights or simply a trip from the airport to your hotel. Your every need is sure to be met and attended to with the highest degree of care and professionalism.
Traveling in one of our luxury chauffeur driven cars means that your time with us in Britain is your own. We only allow you to travel in both comfort and style and make sure you are at your destination promptly and on time. All our chauffeurs are professional and discreet, meaning you can feel completely comfortable on your journey.
Moving Around Britain
All our vehicles can be adapted to cater to your every need. Our cars are fitted with onboard Wi-Fi Systems, refreshments for your journey, and a complimentary UK newspaper.
Our Fleet: Mercedes S Class S500 (2 passengers), BMW 7 Series (2 passengers)
Minivans: Mercedes V-Class Viano, Range Rover LWB, Mercedes Sprinter Jet (8 passengers)
See Beyond the Landmarks
Our Services and Must See Experiences
Experience Highclere Castle
This Jacobethan style castle made famous as the family home of Downton Abbey is a must see. The 5,000 acre estate boasts magnificent gardens for visitors to explore as well as a unique opportunity to see and discover the film sets of the famous award-winning drama Downtown Abbey. The Egyptian Museum located within the castle is one of the most unique features of the castle. From the ancient tales of the Pharaohs to tombs unknown this highlight of the castle is worth the stop.
Harry Potter Experience
Experience Harry Potter Studios, the set of the movies from the world-renowned fantasy book series written by British author J.K Rowling. Walk the actual sets used to film the famous movies and immerse yourself in the world of Harry Potter. Try some of the famous butterbeer, and learn about all the special effects tricks used to makes these books come to life. The Studio experience will have you clamoring back to rewatch the whole series!
Regarded as a British cultural icon, Stonehenge dates to 3000 BC and is a standing monument of 13ft stones arranged in a circular formation. Located less than two hours from London this intriguing landmark has for ages left many puzzled of its exact meaning but with a location so complexly placed, it is truly a marvel. After visiting Stonehenge exploring the area will help you to uncover some local pub that is sure to make your day that much better.
Built in the 11th century and noted as the longest-occupied palace in Europe. The castle has seen the likes of many wars and withstood many historical battles. Visitors to the castle can experience the extravagant Baroque style interiors which people from around the world come to admire. One of the most unique must see experiences at Windsor Castle is watching the Changing of the Guard. Combining rich tradition, culture, and design makes Windsor Castle the perfect place to visit on your day outside of the city.
About the Mayfair Area
Mayfair, being in the heart of London provides travelers the opportunity to discover and experience Michelin-star restaurants, 5-star hotels, and unique stores and boutiques. The team at Chauffeur Drive Britain are well versed in all aspects of the area and know the neighborhood inside and out. The arts are a key to visit the Mayfair region of London. Aside from Mayfair being the home of the Fine Arts Society, the famous composer George Handel’s museum is located here. The world famous baroque composer led a large part of the baroque movement, following his footsteps through this museum makes the streets come alive.
Where to Go
Waddington Custot Galleries home to a vast collection of contemporary art, The Handel Museum devoted to George Handel the great baroque era artist and Berkley Square which boasts historic building including one of the most haunted in London.
About the Knightsbridge Area
Explore Knightsbridge, known to have some of the most unique luxury shopping and department stores in London. From designer brands, to chocolates, and a collection of antique shops you can truly shop till you drop. Chauffeur Drive Britain’s can help make sure your day of shopping is as stress free as possible. One of the most famous of these shops is the renowned Harrods department store which sells some of the highest quality of designer products around. Whether shopping for a loved one or the one you love Harrods has what you’re looking for.
Where to Go
Visit and shop at the famous Harrod’s department store, take a walk through Hyde Park and take in the lush greenery that London has to offer, visit Wellington Arch the entrance to Buckingham Palace.
About the Belgravia Area
Rich history, picturesque squares, and charming buildings make travelling the Belgravia a must when visiting London. Narrow and one-way roads challenge drivers who have less experience making it sometimes difficult to maneuver this neighborhood. In Belgravia and for the most part London itself not much is as well-known as Buckingham Palace itself. The headquarters of the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom this palace was once the home of King George III and originally built for the Duke of Buckingham. This revered palace is a true focal point of the British people and culture.
Where to Go
Visit the historic St. Paul’s Church, taking a stroll around Belgravia is one of the best things to do as it is truly a quaint and historic neighborhood of London.
About the Cotswold’s Area
Quaint medieval village towns and rolling hills covered in luscious greenery is what Cotswold is all about. Nestle within the medieval villages guests can experience celebrity chef restaurants as well as attend a vast array of events. One unique event is the cheese-rolling and wake which is held once a year. This yearly festival draws a large crowd as people gather to watch who’s 9lb cheese rolls down the hill the fastest.
Where to Go
Stow-on-the-Wold is full of a vast number of antique shops as well a large number of shops to explore and dine, Bourton-on-the-Water is where you’ll find the Motoring Museum as well as discover the beauty of this quiet town by the water.
About the Manchester Area
Emanating the rich industrial heritage of England, Manchester a once textile powerhouse now boasts a plethora of Museums and rich history of the city’s Science and Industry. A visit to the Imperial War Museum is a must. With a country, having undergone many hardships of war this museum is a true testament to the impacts and wartime experiences on Britain. A must is the seeing Manchester United game, the roar of the crowd and sheer pride of the people of London is sure to excite even the most un sport minded traveler.
Where to Go
Aside from the Imperial War Museum, and a Manchester United game another great place to go is the John Ryland Library. The sheer detail in the building will truly transport and with its wealth of rare books, it will take bookworms and non-bookworms alike into another world.
About the Dover Area
This coastal town in the southeast of England has quite the story to tell. Walk the famous White Cliff’s, which acted as a safeguard during times of war, or tour the castles which protected the country at its shores. This picturesque area is an amazing place to learn and explore the English coastline.
Where to Go
Aside from the White Cliffs and unique castles, be sure to venture underground to the Secret War Time Tunnels. Experience what life was like during the time of war here in Dover.