The Cotswolds

4 Autumnal Cotswold Walks Ending at The Pub

Walk at Blenheim Palace +
Eat at The Back Lane Tavern

There are many beautiful walks around Blenheim which are especially enjoyable in the Autumn months. Finish your chosen walk in Woodstock at The Back Lane Tavern for a beer and some delicious food!

The Formal Gardens: A 1.5-mile walk taking 1 hour suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

The Lake: A 0.75-mile circular walk taking 35 minutes. Wheelchair and buggy users are recommended to return via the Rose Garden after reaching the Cascade.

The Queen Pool: A 1.5-mile circular walk around the lake taking 45 minutes. A dog-friendly route and suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

The Park Perimeter: A 4.6-mile walk taking 2 hours with some steep slopes. A dog-friendly route and suitable for wheelchair and buggy users.

Walk through Upper and Lower Slaughter +
Eat at The Slaughters Country Inn

The Slaughters have to be two of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds. With stunning walks between the two, alongside the river, this makes the perfect spot for a Sunday stroll. Finish your walk at the Slaughters Country Inn for a drink and a bite to eat.

Walk from Bibury to Coln St Aldwyns +
Eat at The New Inn Coln

Bibury is one of the most photographed Cotswold villages – so if you haven’t visited you most certainly will have seen it on Instagram. Head out of Bibury towards Coln St Aldwyn and finish up at The New Inn – a gorgeous Cotswold pub serving up all the beer and burgers you could wish for!

Walk from Batsford Arboretum to Moreton-In -Marsh + Eat at The Black Bear

Walk from the beautiful Batsford Arboretum to Moreton-in-Marsh Via the Monarchs Way and the Heart of England Way through countryside, villages and woodland. Once you reach your final destinantion head to The Black Bear to cosy up in front of the fire with some pub classics!

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