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BHCT has been voted Best Luxury Private Chauffeur Tour Company in the UK by Corporate Travel Awards.  BHCT and Visit Britain are delighted to share with you not only the real locations associated with King Arthur but now, to celebrate the release of ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’, we can take you to the actual locations used in the making of this epic movie. Click here to request an itinerary about the #OMGBLegends

Excalibur King Arthur Statue King Arthur's tomb Merlin's face carving Tintagel Castle Cornwall

A Godlike mythical hero, King Arthur and his legendary tales have endured the centuries but no one is sure whether or not he actually existed. The legends and myths of King Arthur swirl throughout Britain. Few can beat the drama and romance of Tintagel Castle said to be the place of Arthur’s magical conception. Set high on the rugged windswept coast of North Cornwall, history and legend have become inextricably intertwined, steeping the ancient site in a sense of mystery. Tintagel is just the starting point on our trail of King Arthur. From the magnificent court of Camelot to the final fatal battle with Mordred, some of the most famous tales about the King lead us on a journey through the country’s atmospheric landscape. Glastonbury’s claim to be the ‘Isle of Avalon’ where Excalibur was forged and his sister Morgan le Fay lived is also contentious. After a fire devastated the ancient monastery a band of monks ‘found’ the remains of King Arthur’s grave in the grounds. Streams of pilgrims brought significant wealth to the ruined Abbey for its reconstruction. The stories of Joseph of Arimathea, the Holy Grail, the Healing Well Waters and the Causeway to Cadbury Castle, thought to be Camelot, all support Glastonbury’s claim to be the ‘Isle of Avalon’. Whether early spin or historical truth, no one knows. Either way the town and its sacred sites hold a mystical pull that is difficult to ignore.

With the natural beauty of Snowdonia expected to be seen by a global audience, Visit Britain and BHCT have launched a new tourism campaign to tie in with the movie release to show why Britain and particularly Snowdonia is a legendary tourist destination. Parts of the film, a modern take on the Arthurian legend, were shot in Nant Gwynant, near Beddgelert; Vivian Quarry, near Llanberis; and Capel Curig in Conwy. Your tour of Wales can be linked to our tours of The Lake District, Peak District, Scotland and Ireland.

As your journey is as important as your destination then sit back and relax in one of our luxurious vehicles. Our prices are per vehicle NOT per person and include your chauffeur guide. Collection and return from any airport or port in Britain can be built into your bespoke tour. Please contact us for sample itineraries.