The Cotswolds are defined by rolling hills with magical views, idyllic scarp foot villages and lush valleys dotted with honey coloured stone farms and pretty market towns. This tour has been designed by us to embrace many of the Cotswold's highlights. Your route includes some well worn Cotswold walks and some lesser known footpaths - our speciality.

You'll discover innumerable stunning hamlets and visit Broadway, Moreton in Marsh, Stow on the Wold, the Slaughters, Bourton on the Water, Winchcombe and Chipping Campden. History and wildlife abound, cosy inns beckon and timeless, glorious landscapes will refresh. The itinerary is relaxed and we have chosen a characterful mix of hotels for you to enjoy and relax in at the end of each day.

As Stratford on Avon is so close, we have added the option of an additional day at the start of the tour for those wanting to take a close look at the town where Shakespeare spent so much time.

For further details of your route, see classic hotel itinerary and luxury hotel itinerary.

Holiday details

Price from
Classic £720 per person based on two people sharing a room. for 5 nights. 6 night tour £880 per person
Luxury £1,190 per person based on two people sharing a room. for 5 nights. 6 night tour £1,390 per person
Extras included
Transfer to Moreton-in-Marsh train station at the end of your holiday.  See what’s included as standard
Duration
5 or 6 nights
Start & Finish
5 night tour starts Sundays and is circular from Chipping Campden. 6 night tour starts Saturdays from Stratford on Avon, finishes Chipping Campden
Hotels
Classic Small hand picked hotels and inns a restaurant with rooms and a b&b
Luxury Characterful and historic 4 star hotels, a boutique hotel and a 15th Century inn
Activity level
Not so gentle walking. More info...
Mileage
5 or 6 days of walking 4 - 12 miles (6 - 19 km) per day
Terrain
Rolling
Options
  • Additional nights in Chipping Campden or Stratford
  • Fly fishing with an additional night in Bourton

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Traditional public footpath signs in green fields on our Cotswold walking trip