A cultural experience exploring the life of the world-famous author, Jane Austen. Visit her birthplace, the “cradle of her genius”, and the church where her father was rector. Trace the people mentioned in her letters in beautiful Hampshire villages and churches. See the country houses where she danced. An expert guide will bring to life the 18th Century world that formed her as a girl, young woman and author. Enjoy lunch in a traditional country inn and then visit the Jane Austen House Museum at Chawton where she spent her last years.
1-5 people. Larger groups can be catered for with advance notice.
£125 per person based on a group of 4 sharing.
Low - Moderate.
Parking available at Basingstoke train station, charges apply.
Lunch not included.
Suitable footwear and clothing for the weather conditions.
All year round.
Guests need to be able to walk short distances.
Intermediate English required to fully appreciate the experience.
Known as the ‘gateway to England’, this landscape of rolling hills, ancient woodland and picture perfect villages holds the secrets of thousands of years of settlement from prehistory to Caesar’s conquering forces.