Chirton Grange is T&I’s go-to service for superefficient car transfers from London Heathrow or Gatwick into the city and return. But the awardwinning family-owned company has a swag of new chauffeured tours, including hops around London and excursions into the bucolic Cotswolds and Shakespeare country. Harry Potter, espionage and Jane Austen themes are all on the agenda, too, while a Gruesome London outing takes in the Tower of London, Jack the Ripper territory and The Grenadier public house in Belgravia, built in 1720 as the officers’ mess for a British army regiment and now hailed as one of London’s most haunted buildings. It’s said to be spooked by the ghost of a subaltern beaten to death by superiors for cheating at cards. Heathrow transfers start at £114 ($197) including tax; Chirton Grange uses Mercedes vehicles equipped with Wi-Fi and luxe extras and, if departing on an afternoon international flight, they suggest a drive and tour around Windsor Castle en route. Transfers are also available to London for cruise passengers arriving at Southampton or Dover, with optional sightseeing at Stonehenge or Chartwell in Kent, Winston Churchill’s former home. More: chirtongrange.co.uk.