Classic Car Tour

Classic Car


Feel the wind in your hair as you are chauffeured through the glorious English countryside in a classic vintage car of your dreams.

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Cruising in a Classic Car

Imagine driving your favourite classic car through the glorious British countryside, relaxing and feeling the wind in your hair. 

Your Experience can include:
  • hire of a vintage classic car​
  • Fully customisable route personalised to your interests
  • Self drive or driver tour of quintessentially English villages and towns​
  • Chief Engineer’s Tour behind the scenes tour of Beaulieu Motor Museum​
  • Exclusive guided tour of the MINI Factory taking a look behind the scenes of MINI’s live production
  • Pit stop at one of England's best tearooms for a traditional pot of tea and jam and cream scone
  • Lunch in a Michelin starred restaurant, Traditional English pub or garden

    THE ULTIMATE MINI EXPERIENCE

    Picture yourself driving through the glorious English countryside in a beautiful classic vintage car with the wind in your hair.​

    You will follow a route designed to give you an overview of beautiful British locations such as the Cotswolds, Chiltern Hills, Hampshire and Dorset. The route is fully customisable to your personal interests and includes a pit stop at a local pub, restaurant or café.

    Your route may consist of visiting picturesque towns where you can stop to enjoy the beautiful location while enjoying a delicious coffee and pastry before setting back off on your journey.

    Depending on your route, you can loiter at leisure in your favourite small villages or iconic landmarks during your journey.

    Private Tour in the creme de la creme of vintage cars

    Imagine being chauffeured in VJ 2092, a 4.5 litre sports 4-seater Bentley, which was first registered to EWW Bailey of Ross-on-Wye in July 1929? Well now you can have the fantasy come true.

    VJ is what is now known as a Vanden Plas long wing tourer to distinguish her from the many (many) green 'Le Mans Reps'. She is, however, exactly what a gentleman buying a '4.5 Litre Sports 4 Seater Bentley' in 1929 would have driven away.

    Bailey clearly used his Bentley hard as the works Service Book records a significant number of major accident reports. Later sold in 1937 to MEA Royce, a Hurricane pilot, both the car and Royce fortuitously survived the war. VJ 2092 has had a further seven owners with the current owner undertaking a five year fastidious and historically correct last nut and bolt rebuild of the car to bring her to her present condition - exactly as she would have left Bentley Motors in 1929.

    VJ has since undertaken many family duties and trips abroad, lapped Le Mans and the banked circuit at Montlhéry, as well as undertaking regular shopping trips to Waitrose. A very fine car.


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