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Cotswolds Walking Tours

Cotswolds Walking Tours

Introduction

Time: All Year

Accommodation: Manor House Hotels

Start Date: Any Number of Days

Group Size: Singles, Couples, Families and Groups

The Cotswolds are one of England's most beautiful upland areas. The picture perfect villages and towns are linked by together by a complex of walking paths.

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We will personally plan your daily walk so you can hike the time and distance you can manage. Tours can be any length and we can incorporate walking tours of cities like Bath, Oxford. Hotels will be idyllic Cotswolds manor houses.

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Why not create your own tour? As with all our tours the attractions you see will take account of your interests and can be adapted to what you want to see. So, if you want to see places not on the list below, just let us know. Complete our enquiry form to find out more »


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Itinerary

The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that runs between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the World Heritage City of Bath in the south. The Trail is 102 miles long, and runs for most of its length on the Cotswold escarpment  with views to Wales.  It passes through many picturesque villages and towns along, mostly easy terrain.

Cotswolds Way

The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that runs between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the World Heritage City of Bath in the south. The Trail is 102 miles long, and runs for most of its length on the Cotswold escarpment with views to Wales. It passes through many picturesque villages and towns along, mostly easy terrain.

Sightseeing

Sightseeing

Close to the path are many fabulous attractions and historic sites. These can be planned into the tour so you have your ideal mix of sightseeing and hiking. Notable places are the ROMAN BATHS heritage in Bath, the Neolithic burial chamber at Belas Knap, SUDELEY CASTLE, Hailes Abbey , the outstanding gardens of HIDCOTE and ABBEY HOUSE plus many beautiful churches and historic houses.


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