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Expect quintessential England; landscapes of lush and green rolling hills, incredibly picturesque and pretty countryside, and charming villages scattered in between. Whether you choose to walk the Cotswold Way, a National Trail, beginning in Chipping Camden and providing the opportunity to walk all the way to the great Roman city of Bath, or the Cotswold Trail, a circular walk that takes you through the delightful villages of Broadway and Bourton-on-the-Water.
As an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Cotswolds has pristine gardens, honey-colored cottages, castles, stately homes and ancient ruins. Whichever walking holiday you choose, from a short escape to Shakespeare's Way, they all include hand-picked accommodations, door to door luggage transfers, comprehensive information packs and route notes, maps and emergency support.
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The Cotswold Way, one of England's premier National Trails, takes you from Chipping Campden all the way to Bath, through quintessential English countryside. Almost the entire trail runs through the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and passes through a succession of enchanting English villages, featuring traditional Cotswold cottages and welcoming country pubs.Duration: 8 - 12 days
Experience the highlights of the Cotswold Way walking escape. Explore Cotswold villages such as Broadway and Stanton as interesting historical sights and spectacular views in this quintessentially English countryside.Duration: 5 Days & 4 Nights
Walk the northern section of the Cotswold Way through the finest scenery of the Cotswolds from Chipping Campden to Painswick. A five day and 45 mile walk on the Cotswold Way through some of the finest scenery in England.Duration: 7 Days & 6 Nights
Follow in the footsteps of the bard as you hike The Shakespeare’s Way from Stratford-upon-Avon to Oxford. William Shakespeare himself would have walked this trail between his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon to the City of London.Duration: 6-8 Days