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Places, Carnaby Street, London, cars of the stars,
Access All Areas Rock Tours

Tour 1 - Classic Rock & Beatles Sites - Afternoon Tour
Tour 2 - Summer of Love/Psychedelic - Morning Tour
Tour 3 - Monsters of Rock - Full Day Tour
Tour 4 - Pink Floyd's Cambridge & London - Full Day Tour
Tour 5 - Rock Roots & Beatle Films - Full Day Tour
Tour 6 - Rock Weekend - 4 days / Fri to Mon / London Base
Tour 7 - Customised Tours/Rolling Stones/Punk/Swinging'60s
Tour 8 - Studios, Gigs Sites & Museums
Tour 9 - Liverpool Day Tour from London
Tour 10 - Access All Areas - 5 days / UK tour

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Reel Streets
Website Reel Streets

"ReelStreets" is devoted to film locations, and the places where movies were made. World wide.
Our coverage is concerned with scenes shot outdoors in recognisable built-up locations, and which incorporated some of our favourite actors, and how not only these movie locations have changed in the intervening years, but also our accents, our clothes, our food and our houses. A cinematographic social study.
More than 350 films examined, with some 3500 snips/grabs from the original films and some 1750 "now" shots of the same scenes today.

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The Portmeirion Hotel
Website The Portmeirion Hotel

This beautiful and unique hotel is truly famous as the setting for the cult TV programme The Prisoner - the place known as 'The Village'. The hotel and its grounds were conceived by genius architect and designer Clough Williams-Ellis and are to be found in Snowdonia in north Wales. His vision was quite remarkable - to build a village consisting of Italianate and European-influenced buildings and follies whilst providing generous grounds for local and exotic-looking trees, shrubs and plants to thrive. But this is no model village or museum - it's a fine hotel which is open all the year round for staying guests as well as for day-trippers to sample the local sandy beaches and woodlands. There is also a shop which sells Prisoner-related memorabilia as well as several restaurants

Gwynedd, LL48 6ET, Cymru/Wales
Tel: 01766 770228, Fax: 01766 771331

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Bygone Times
Website Bygone Times
Details A Unique Shopping Experience. Just off junction 27 on the M6, Bygone Times is the ideal shopping destination and a great day out for all the family packed with retro and nostalgia-themed items and events.

Bygone Times
Grove Mill
The Green
Nr. Chorley

For all Enquiries:
Tel: 01257 451889
Fax: 01257 451090


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Chester Ghost Tours
Website Chester Ghost Tours
Details We offer spine chilling walking tours around the centre of Chester - England's most haunted city!!! Ghost tours with us are exciting, informative, fun and above all super scary - with a few unexpected twists along the way...

Chester Ghost Tours were established in 2009 with the intention of entertaining, informing and, above all, scaring the living daylights out of the good people of Chester!

If that sounds like your kind of evening (and who doesn't secretly love to be scared out of their wits?!) then we would be delighted to hear from you and to share with you some of the more eerie, spooky and downright scary faces of our fair city of Chester - reputedly the most haunted city in all of Britain...

To book a place on one of our tours (which operate every Friday and Saturday evening @ 7pm throughout the summer) please feel free to give us a ring on 07881723104 and then...summon up your courage, take a deep breath...and prepare to be scared
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Carnaby Street
Website Carnaby Street
Details The most famous fashion and clothing district in the world.
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Abbey Road Studios
Website Abbey Road
Details The most famous recording studios in the world.
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Sherlock Holmes Museum
Website 221b Baker Street
Details The world's most famous address. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John H. Watson lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904, according to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The house was last used as a lodging house in 1936 and the famous 1st floor study overlooking Baker Street is still faithfully  maintained as it was kept in Victorian Times.
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The Four Seasons Hotel  - Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland where The Beatles stayed in 1964
Website The Four Seasons Hotel
Details In 1964 The Fab Four, The Beatles stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel on the banks of Loch Earn. Now Beatles fans can follow in the footsteps of John, Paul, George and Ringo and experience a memorable stay at the Four Seasons hotel and chalet. 

Though the famous four stayed only two nights we are offering a three Day Beatles Break. This includes Dinner, Bed and full Scottish Breakfast, and a copy of 'The Beatles in Scotland' by Ken McNab; a great hardback book that is a fascinating and intimate journey of memories, insights and influences.

A uniquely Scottish 'magical mystery tour', as many tours are so frequently in this part of the world.

More details here: Four Seasons Hotel Beatles break

01764 685 333

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The Beatles in London Tours - THE Beatles tours in London
Website The Beatles in London Tour
Details Beatles walks by Richard Porter, organised by London Walks. Discover Beatlemania in London - sites where John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr lived and worked. Abbey Road and much more!

The Beatles In My Life Walk

  • A Hard Day's Night and Help! film locations
  • Registry office where Paul & Ringo got married
  • Apartment frequented by Ringo, John & Yoko
  • The house where Paul lived with Jane Asher and wrote Yesterday
  • The Beatles 'Apple' shop
  • Abbey Road
  • The Beatles Coffee Shop
  • And much, much more

The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour

  • The Beatles 'rooftop session' location
  • Paul McCartney's Offices
  • The 'birthplace' of Beatlemania
  • The Studios where the Beatles recorded Hey Jude
  • Abbey Road Studios
  • The Beatles Coffee Shop
  • And much, much more

London walks: 020 7624 3978

Richard Porter: 07958 706329


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The Beatles Coffee Shop - just around the corner from Abbey Road
Website The Beatles Coffee Shop
Details Formerly known as the Abbey Road Cafe, we are positioned at the entrance to St John's Wood underground station on the Jubilee Line. Whether you are a regular traveller passing through the station, a cricket fan on your way to Lords or a tourist coming to visit the sights made famous by the Beatles, call in and visit us for the best espresso, cappuccino, café latte, hot chocolate or a choice of teas. We also have some of the tastiest sandwiches around, some delicious pastries and a selection of cold drinks. London Transport buses passing by the Café include route numbers 13, 46, 82 and 113.

Opening Hours:
Mondays to Fridays from 7am to 7.30pm 
Saturdays 8am to 7.30pm
Sundays 9am to 7.30pm

Beatles Coffee Shop
St. John's Wood Underground Station
Finchley Road, London, NW8 6EB

Tel: +44 (0)20 7586 5404

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Private Guided Tours Of London In Classic Minis – smallcarBIGCITY
Website smallcarBIGCITY
Details Robert Welch was given a bright red Mini Cooper for his 17th Birthday and began a relationship that was to take him from student to entrepreneur. Upon driving round London throughout his time at university, Robert noticed hundreds of tourists stopping to take photos of his little car. Robert dreamt of one day running a tour company that only used a fleet of classic Minis to take tourists round London.

Despite identifying a potential niche in the market, Robert wanted to cut his teeth in the City of London. Little did he know, his dream was far closer than he would have ever thought due to the economic instability at the time. Securing
a job in the financial industry in June 2008 was virtually impossible due to the recessive economic climate at the time.

It wasn't until a fateful interview for a less than desirable sales job that he met Oliver Knight. Oliver also happened to own a classic Mini Cooper and had also noticed the attention they created in London. It was not long before the
two budding entrepreneurs were creating business plans and pitching for investment towards the very banks they were applying for jobs in only months before.

Since then things have been moving thick and fast – buying Minis, setting up the website, obtaining the required licences, acquiring premises and staff, the list was endless! Despite the worsening economic constraints, 2009 was the best
possible time to launch a new business in the tourist industry; the appreciation of foreign currencies lead to a boom in visits to the capital. smallcarBIGCITY were able to go from 864th position on Trip Advisor's list of London's
attractions, all the way to 3rd within 6 months!

- Royal London 0.5hr
- The A-List Tour 1hr
- The Italian Job 1.5hrs
- A Bridge Too Far 2hrs
- The Great Escape 3hrs
- Special Seasonal Tours

Phone: +44 2075 850 399

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Epstein Guesthouse
Website Epstein Guesthouse
Details Epstein Guesthouse is the former home of the Epstein family. Brian’s father Harry grew up in this house along with Isaac and Dinah. The Guesthouse is Beatles Themed and houses the largest collection of Brian Epstein Memorabilia in The World which is on display to guests and tourists.

The Guesthouse has a fully licensed bar stocked with a number of beers, wines and spirits. You can pop in for a sandwich, a beer or simply for afternoon tea. We provide our guests with Bed and Breakfast at reasonable prices. We offer a True Beatles experience with our themed en-suite rooms complete with LCD Televisions, Free Wi-Fi, King Sized Beds and Tea & Coffee Making Facilities. There is plenty of Parking on site with a car park to the front of the building and an overspill car park to the rear.

The house is a key part of the Beatles story as Brian Epstein spent many of his childhood years here, having his nursery in our current Room 3. He and Beatles Booking Manager Joe Flannery would play in the house as children and form a life long friendship that would see them becoming instrumental in the success of The Beatles.

The Guest House is only two miles from Liverpool city centre with a frequent bus service. Epstein House is a great place to stay whether just visiting Liverpool for shopping at the Liverpool One shopping centre or the Albert Dock. If you’re a fan of The Beatles looking to go to the Beatles Story, we can provide you with discount tickets. For football fans you cannot get a closer B&B.

In addition to our excellent accommodation we have an excellent landscaped garden which is to become the Home of The Official Liverpool Council Memorial Statue to Brian Epstein. The statue will be created by renowned artist Tom Murphy who has previously been commissioned to produce a number of statues such as that of John Lennon, Billy Fury, Dixie Dean & many other Liverpool Legends. We are currently in the process of fundraising for the statue, so please keep watching the website for updates on events taking place.

Telephone: 07810-100-900


Post: 27 Anfield Road,
Stanley Park,
L4 0TF

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