My cousin and her friend, both late 60s, want to tour Anglican cathedrals in England in June of 2014, for perhaps two weeks. They are already planning their itinerary and are firm on which cathedrals they want to see, from Lindesfarne to Canterbury and as far west as perhaps Oxford. They absolutely will not drive themselves. So, is it possible to hire a driver - not necessarily a tour guide since they are good researchers, very well traveled and highly religious - they will want to stay a long time in places and attend a Mass, etc.- so it could mean a good deal of standing around for a driver. Ideally they'd love a poor seminary student who would be happy for a summer stipend. Is this even possible? Any recs of where to start welcome - price not really an issue. Thanks so much.
Private driver for English cathedral tour?
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