• Inside one of the Campden Yurts
  • Buckland Manor
  • Bedroom at The Double Red Duke in Clanfield
  • Little boy with dinosaur at The Oxfordshire Museum
  • A wooden bridge over the Thames
  • Little Barn Self Catering
Inside one of the Campden Yurts
Buckland Manor
Bedroom at The Double Red Duke in Clanfield
Little boy with dinosaur at The Oxfordshire Museum
A wooden bridge over the Thames
Little Barn Self Catering

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Cotswold Walks

Cotswold Walks

Cotswold Walks is the leading specialist in self-guided and guided walking and cycling holidays in…

Cotswold Horse Tours

Cotswold Horse Tours

Cotswold Horse Tours offer equestrian-focused activities throughout the year giving you a genuine…

The Carter Company - Gentle Cycling, Walking and Touring

The Carter Company - Gentle Cycling, Walking and Touring

Explore the Cotswolds with The Carter Company on a gentle cycling or walking holiday. Designed with…

The trail map and a compass

Cotswold Discovery Trail

Treasure trails to explore the beauty, history and heritage of the Cotswolds. Have fun exploring…

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  1. Add Dean Common to your Itinerary

    Dean Common

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    Walking Route

    Chipping Norton

    Like many of the best nature reserves in the modern landscape, Dean Common is an exhausted quarry.

  2. The Cotswold Way

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    Walking Route

    The Cotswold Way National Trail is a walking trail that runs along the length of the Cotswolds, starting in Chipping Campden in the north, and finishing at the front of Bath Abbey in the south.

  3. Add Winchcombe Circular Ride to your Itinerary

    Winchcombe Circular Ride

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    Cycle Route

    High Street, Winchcombe

    Download - a pleasant ride taking you into and through a number of villages in the north Cotswold district.

  4. Add Grimes Meadow to your Itinerary

    Grimes Meadow

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    Walking Route

    Witney

    Grimes Meadow, consisting of two lowland flood meadows straddling the river Windrush, is a designated Local Wildlife Site.

  5. Add Cycle Tour - Day 1 - Stroud to Nailsworth to your Itinerary

    Cycle Tour - Day 1 - Stroud to Nailsworth

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    Cycle Route

    George Street, Stroud

    Download - a short easy route designed to allow time to travel to Stroud, prepare and perhaps explore a little before embarking on your cycle holiday.

  6. Add Wigwell Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Wigwell Nature Reserve

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    Walking Route

    Charlbury

    In summer months, its steeply sloping meadows become a riot of colourful wildflowers, including birds-foot-trefoil, lady’s bedstraw, and the nationally scarce meadow clary, found at just 20 other sites across the UK.

  7. Add Cycle Tour - Day 4 - Painswick to Winchcombe to your Itinerary

    Cycle Tour - Day 4 - Painswick to Winchcombe

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    Cycle Route

    Victoria Square, Painswick

    Download - a hilly route from start to finish taking you through the rolling Cotswold Hills and capturing the essence of the Cotswolds countryside. The route follows mainly quiet lanes, and has some strenuous climbs and steep descents.

  8. Add Winchcombe Walkers are Welcome to your Itinerary

    Winchcombe Walkers are Welcome

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    Walking Tour

    Winchcombe

    Dates

    From:
    17 May 2024to19 May 2024

    Winchcombe offers great walks, a lot of history, an annual Walking Festival and guided and self-guided walks in picturesque countryside. Visit www.winchcombewelcomeswalkers.com to find plenty of useful information to make your visit enjoyable.

  9. Add Adventure Velo to your Itinerary

    Adventure Velo

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    Cycling Tour

    Cirencester

    Cirencester based cycling company offering guided and self guided tours around the Cotswolds. We offer a bespoke service to create the perfect cycling experience.

St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)