Our Jaguar E-Type Roadster was used by Kate Lough of the Evening Standard as her chosen transport for a stay in The Cotswolds
Using Yarrow Cottage in Churchill as a base she toured the Cotswolds, shopping at Daylseford organics, eating at The Chequers in Churchill and The Wild Rabbit in Kingham before taking a drive over to Blenheim Palace at Woodstock for a walk round their magnificent park.
The part of the article that covers use of The Open Roads' Jaguar E-Type reads as follows:
If you must settle on a particular destination, give nearby Blenheim Palace a visit. You can walk through its magnificent park for free - which is absolutely stunning in autumn.
Tony Merrygold, who runs The Open Road, keeps his classic car fleet just outside Warwick, which is an easy 40 minute drive to Yarrow Cottage and Churchill. He also has a 1965 Ford Mustang and an Austin Healey 3000 if that's more your bag. If your partner is a car lover, there can be no better gift than hiring one of these - Tony can even help you arrange a surprise.The full article can be read at Evening Standard Online.