An interesting route out of Burford and along the Windrush Valley this is great cycling country taking you through quiet lanes and picturesque hamlets of the East Cotswolds.
Attractions that you can see en route include; Minster Lovell Hall, Eynsham Park, Oxford Bus Museum, North Leigh Roman Villa, Blenheim Palace, Charlbury Museum and The Tolsey Museum.
Burford – The first sight of the steep main street leading down to the medieval bridge over the River Windrush sets the scene for Burford, one of the most attractively-sited of Cotswold towns. Full of lovely old stone houses, the town presents some of its best 17th and 18th century frontages to the High Street, although earlier buildings often lie hidden behind, glimpsed through narrow alleyways and courtyards. Burford is well placed for exploring the Cotswolds and is a renowned centre for the antiques trade. There are also plenty of high quality, inns, hotels, cafes and restaurants to choose from.