What an inspiring and enjoyable prospect! Travel in apple country.
The quick answer is that we cannot find a "chauffeur" coach tour.
Cider is currently enjoying a revival in England.
There is even a TV campaign promoting an imported concentrate, processed industrially, and called cider produced outside the UK.
Real English producers and scrumpy makers are still small businesses with orchards and not yet bought by the international/global frothy drinks and industrial "brewers".
Specialists in the area will know better locally, but our visit to Hereford not long ago revealed little marketing or affinity with "cider".
Perhaps you should stay at regional Inns with rooms near to producers?
We tried to find it on draught as a beverage is this apple county town of Herefordshire.
No luck despite trying in Hereford itself.
Yes, there is a cider museum there.
Bulmers as a family firm disappeared years ago.
On the assumption you know these sites anyway we post for others.
And because we have a bottle in the fridge!
The producer is in Somerset of course.
We think you might need to plan your own tour, buy the products and enjoy them later.
Normandy cidre bouché and Calvados are also great, but the French support and subsidise their farming voters.
We have wonderful cider and cider brandy, too. Taxed to the hilt and under punitive licensed control.