Celebrate the Coronation with Red Savannah

Celebrate the Coronation with Red Savannah

This May, the city of London will be filled with celebration as King Charles III will be officially crowned. Luxury travel company Red Savannah is introducing a variety of itineraries in the United Kingdom where travelers can tap into the royal excitement!

Red Savannah’s U.K. itineraries, include the homes of monarchs, historical figures, castles, gardens, and of course–a fan favorite–Bridgerton.

Royal Tour of England

The nine-day journey will explore some of the most iconic sights associated with the United Kingdom’s royal family, including not only the most notable venues in London, but also some of the country’s most significant royal estates and gardens in the English countryside.

Highlights include:

  • Exploring Highgrove, country home of King Charles III, noted for its fine sustainably designed gardens
  • Watching the Changing of the Guards at Wellington Barracks
  • Climbing to the Whispering Gallery at St Paul’s Cathedral. The cathedral was the venue for the present king’s first wedding, to Lady Diana Spencer
  • Exploring the house and garden at the royal family’s Norfolk residence, Sandringham House
  • Visiting the stately homes of Holkham Hall (seat of the Earls of Leicester) and Houghton Hall, built for England’s first Prime Minister, and now home to the Marquess of Cholmondeley

Bonnets & Bodices: In Search of Bridgerton’s Britain

This Bridgerton-themed tour is based in London and Bath. Guests will find Lanesborough as their London home for the duration of their trip. Explore the Royal Borough of Greenwich, where the Bridgerton family home is set.

Highlights include:

  • Seeing the world-class art collection at Ranger’s House, Greenwich, setting for the Bridgerton family’s home.
  • Exploring Hampton Court Palace where Bridgerton fans will recognise the Fountain Court, Master Carpenter’s Court, Clock Court and King’s Staircase.
  • Visiting Wilton House in Wiltshire, the fictional home of the Duke of Hastings.
  • Visiting Syon House, the setting for Lady Danbury’s ball.
  • Visiting Basildon Park in Berkshire, setting for season two’s Featherington Ball.

Tour of Tudor England

This tour of Tudor takes a journey through the woes of history. Guests will time travel to an era of political unrest, military turbulence, grand architecture and the life of King Henry VIII. Highlights include:

  • Uncovering the Tudor history of the Tower of London, venue for Henry VIII’s pre-coronation feast and site of the demise of two of his wives
  • Seeing the Coronation Chair at Westminster Abbey – used at the coronation of all the Tudor
  • Exploring Leeds Castle, acquired by Henry VIII for his first wife, Queen Katherine of Aragon.

Treasures of Southwest England: Prehistoric to the Present

This short but vast tour plays out the history of Southwest England, centered around the city of Bath. Travelers will uncover the 18th century high society life with the beautifully preserved Roman Baths, Regency sites and infamous Pump Rooms.


  • Visiting Jane Austen’s home at Chawton.
  • The Roman Baths
  • Witnessing the mysterious stone circles at Stonehenge and Avebury.
  • Viewing the beautiful stained-glass windows at Bath Abbey.
  • Witnessing the Magna Carta in Salisbury - the historic document formed the foundation of the American Constitution.

Classic London

This fascinating tour takes travelers through the roots of London exploring enchanting neighborhoods like Westminster and Kensington. See London like never before with this in-depth journey showcasing all the city has to offer. Red Savannah guides will explain British institutions such as the tradition of afternoon tea and other cultural norms.


  • Observing the Crown Jewels at The Tower of London, several pieces of which will be used at His Majesty King Charles III’s coronation in May.
  • Getting a bird’s eye view of London on the London Eye.
  • Opportunity for shopping in some of London’s most fashionable districts such as Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Uncovering the secrets of London’s wartime history at the Cabinet War Rooms.

Great Gardens of Southern England

Picturesque gardens play a significant role in British society. On this tour, not only will travelers be able to view the flourishing flowers, but also get a taste of other cultural aspects of English life. On this ten-day exploration guests will travel through some of southern England's most enchanting rural and urban areas to discover many historical gardens.


  • Visiting King Charles III’s beloved gardens at Highgrove, designed to maximize sustainability in conjunction with some of the most significant garden designers of the 20th century.
  • Visiting Great Dixter, regarded as one of the great gardens of the United Kingdom
  • Discovering some of the gardens of Sussex, such as the Elizabethan Garden at 15th century Herstmonceux Castle, and Michelham Priory.
  • Staying at Gravetye Manor where William Robinson-designed gardens reside
  • Enjoying a garden view room at The Goring, one of London’s luxury hotels and benefit from its own private garden.

Great Northern Journey

This journey through northern England explores some of the country’s most dramatic views and architecture. It is the perfect itinerary for bookworms as it holds the scenery that inspired writers such as Emily, Anne and Charlotte Brontë, Beatrix Potter and poets, Wordsworth, Southey and Coleridge.


  • Exploring the magnificent Painted Hall and celebrated works of art at Chatsworth House.
  • Visiting Castle Howard, the stately home of the Howard family for some 300 years.
  • Learning about the lives and works of the Brontë sisters, authors of books including Jane Eyre, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Wuthering Height, at the Brontë Parsonage at Haworth.
  • Taking a steamer boat ride across Lake Windermere.
  • Observing the illustrations, books, letters and portraits relating to Beatrix Potter at Hilltop Farm.

Edinburgh and Scotland’s Greatest Gems

This four-night itinerary explores some of Scotland’s best loved sights, significant royal destinations and hidden gems. In Edinburgh, there will be time onboard Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s floating palace, and venue for state visits, Royal honeymoons and family holidays.


  • Exploring the State Apartments, Crew’s Quarters, Engine Room and the Queen’s favorite room on five decks of the Royal Yacht Britannia.
  • Walking the Royal Mile from the Palace of HolyroodHouse to Edinburgh Castle with an expert guide to point out such sights as St Giles Cathedral, Mary King’s Close and the Scottish Parliament.
  • Exploring the Borders town of Hawick, noted for its knitwear and cashmere.
  • Staying at The Balmoral Hotel, a landmark hotel in the heart of the city.

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