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With short walks each day, return to nature hiking through the Cotswolds, enjoying the freedoms of walking 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 take all the hassle out of walking by including all luggage transfers, organising and booking all accommodation, providing maps, GPS instructions, and recommending 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 by train from London Paddington into Moreton in Marsh, a 90 minute direct journey. We will meet you at the station, help you check in to your hotel and set you up for a self guided afternoon walk to Batsford’s wonderful Arboretum, one of the largest private tree collections in the country, for a chance to explore both the Arboretum and the botanical gardens.
Mileage: 3 miles
Today’s walk begins with a tour of the stunning Hidcote Gardens and its eccentric series of American inspired ‘outdoor rooms’. From here you can walk to lunch in Ebrington, locally know as ‘Yubberton’ as it is home to the Yubberton Brewing Company, crafting their own ales! Our routes take guests back along winding country lanes to their hotel in Chipping Campden.
Mileage: 5.5 miles
Guests head out of Chipping Campden along the Cotswold Way to Broadway Tower for lunch, from where you can see 16 counties! The afternoon walk takes guests into the golden stoned town of Broadway, a true jewel of the Cotswolds, and where guests stay for the next two nights. Broadway has a great selection of pubs and restaurants, art galleries, cafes and great retail-therapy in the afternoon.
Mileage: 5 miles
Guests Transfer to Stanway to begin their walk, much of which is along the famous ‘Cotswold Way’ a 100 mile walk through the Cotswolds. You’ll walk past an Iron Age fort and towards the magnificent ruins at Hailes Abbey. Founded in 1246 it was once the centre of Cistercian monastic life. The walk continues towards the enchanting Sudeley Castle & Gardens, where Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII, is buried. Guests can walk into for Winchcombe for afternoon tea, before taking the steam train back to their hotel in Broadway for the evening.
Mileage: 6 miles
After a short transfer to the pretty village of Guiting Power, guests wind their way through stunning lavender fields and tiny villages, stopping for lunch in the pretty village of Naunton, and continuing on into the Slaughters – these exceptional villages are incredibly popular highlights of our tour and show the true personality of the Cotswolds as it was before industrialization. Guests stay in the Slaughters overnight.
Mileage: 6 miles
After a short transfer to the historic town of Stow on the Wold, guests begin their walk North from this remarkable medieval market town which sits on the Fosse Way – a long distance Roman road. Guests can walk on to Donnington and Broadwell, famous for their delicious Donnington Ale and brewery. The route returns to Moreton in Marsh for the end of the tour.
At the end of our Cotswolds self guided walking tour, we will help guests with all ongoing travel arrangements, a direct train into London or to other locations.
Mileage: 7 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)
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 stretches from Bath in the South to Stratford Upon Avon in the North, and across to Oxford in the East. It is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, its rolling hills and its historic towns and villages, built from the golden Cotswold stone.
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. It is a quintessentially British area with historical landmarks and pockets of singular beauty throughout.