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Return to nature hiking through the Cotswolds, enjoying the freedoms of walking our longer routes in at your own pace, in your own time. Immerse yourself in the history and heritage of England and rediscover the English countryside by walking on your own, as a couple or bringing friends and family to walk with you.
We have created a magical mix of must see Cotswolds highlights and the hidden gems that dot this fabulous landscape. Our handpicked 4* and 3* hotels are the best in the Cotswolds, providing wonderful cuisine and a relaxing environment to rest weary feet in the evening, walking an average of 10 miles each day.
We take all the hassle out of walking by including all luggage transfers, organising and booking all accommodation, providing maps, GPS instructions, and recommending incredible iconic manors, estates, gardens, ancient sites and more to visit along the way. Walk through the Cotswolds along canals, rivers and meadows into our incredible towns and cities.
Guests arrive at lunchtime by train from London Paddington into Moreton in Marsh, a 90 minute direct train journey. Our guides will meet you at the station and settle you into your hotel. We give you a full and detailed briefing on the tour and set you off on an afternoon walk to Batsford’s impressive arboretum, one of the largest private tree collections in the country and a gentle introduction to the Cotswold landscape.
Mileage: 6.5 miles
Guests walk through the beautiful countryside, through Broad Campden, famous for its topiary, and onto to the historic market town of Chipping Campden, with its honey coloured medieval buildings and market hall, built on the back of the wool trade. Should guests want extra miles there are routes towards the stunning Hidcote Gardens and its eccentric series of American inspired ‘outdoor rooms’. Our route takes guests back to their hotel in Chipping Campden for the evening.
Mileage: 9 miles
Guests head out of Chipping Campden to Broadway Tower, a striking folly tower perched on the top of the Cotswold escarpment, from where you can see 16 counties and all the way to Wales. There is an optional walk to Snowshill Manor for lunch; whose house and gardens contain wonderfully eccentric collections of Cotswold treasures. The afternoon walk leads guests to their hotel in Broadway, a stunning town of golden limestone houses and one of the true jewels of the Cotswolds. We transfer to Evesham station where our guides help all guests with ongoing travel.
Mileage: 10 miles
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Moreton in Marsh Train Station
9am- 1pm (we can arrange a time which suits you)
Choose Between Country Accommodation or Prestige Accommodation (additional fee)
Evesham Train Station
With exceptionally well-planned routes, our self-guided tours are designed to suit the independent traveler or groups of travelers; those who wish to travel at their own pace and speed. With GPS instructions and maps, we detail all of the points of interests, lunch stops, cafes – and of course pubs! Walk at your leisure, safe in the knowledge that a support team and emergency support vehicle is always on standby.
The Cotswolds stretch from Bath in the South to Stratford Upon Avon in the North, and across to Oxford in the East. They are known for their breathtaking natural beauty, rolling hills and historic towns and villages, built from the golden Cotswold stone. They are the epitome of the traditional English countryside.
Our walking holidays are designed to be completely relaxing and hassle-free and that included getting to the start point! Taking the train from London, Bristol or the Midlands is an easy 60-90 minute direct journey into the Cotswolds and to the start of our walking tours. We’ll meet you off the train and set you up for your tour.
The Cotswolds are a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A limestone escarpment of rolling green hills and picturesque valleys in the south west of England. They are a quintessentially British area with historical landmarks and pockets of singular beauty throughout.