RoundHouseB (1)
York city walls
RoundHouseB (1)
Tel: (+0044)07519144351 Email:

Prices and Booking Process

My daily Guide's fee is £300. This secures the services of an experienced guide, lecturer, teacher and academic and covers costs for preparation, any special research to reflect clients' interests and the administration associated with booking and organising a tour. Daily rates for cycle tours are £200 if there is historical input or £150 if you simply wish to go out for a ride.

If a rental car or minibus is used there is no contract for driving services, just a reimbursement of the cost of hire, based on the price at the time of reserving the car or minibus. This is invoiced separately as it forms no part of the package (guiding, accommodation, organising, Guide's costs) being sold.

Corporate work and location scouting is charged at £300 per day.

Guest lectures are charged at £100 per lecture, plus travel expenses.

Teaching workshops are charged at £300 per event.

VAT will be added to all costs at a rate of 20%

Booking Process
1. Contact Dr Peter Edwards by phone, e-mail, text or letter to discuss your precise requirements.

2. Receive a quote based on your requirements. The quote will include the Guide's fee, preparation, special research if required, booking accommodation, museum and site entrance fees. A separate invoice is sent to cover vehicle hire if required.

3. Confirm your booking and make payment in full either using Paypal, cheque or direct transfer to Roundhouse History Tours' bank account. Details for payment will be sent on receipt of confirmation of booking.

4. Complete and return the registration form.

5. Receive itinerary.

6. Make sure you have made arrangements for transport to and from the start and finish points of your tour.

7. Arrive at the pick-up point to start the tour. Each tour has a designated pick-up and drop-off point with clients making their own arrangements for arrival and departure; this allows clients to join tours from a wide range of locations and allows the flexibility to explore countries and regions further at the end of a tour. Pick-up and drop-off are always in the vicinity of a national or international network railway station or international airport.
The Ulster Memorial, the Somme
Explaining the construction of the fortifications at Fort de Souville, Verdun