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Visiting Cotswold area Sunday


guidoa e2
13 1.4k United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 4:31PM
As I have to be Saturday overnight in Oxford, thought would visit Cotswold area Sunday, can anyone suggest somewhere interesting other than the usual Bourton ,Stow, Broadway tourist trail ? Many thanks

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Keep away from the crowds in the places you've mentioned but these places are worth visiting in Autumn.

May I suggest:
Painswick (a beautiful little town), Sheepscombe (a village near Painswick), Slad (a village near Stroud), Miserden (a village near Slad).

If you want more I can tell you more including pubs. I live near Tetbury which is a beautiful little town. Also have a look at my album "Secret Gloucestershire" in my PF.

There are loads of things to visit in Oxford for a week-end.
guidoa e2
13 1.4k United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 5:06PM
Thanks JN- unfortunately dont arrive in Oxford till Saturday evening, so will only have Sunday before heading up North.

Congratulations on your PF, really worth a look, and found some of the information very useful
Well, you now where to go for another visit down this way.
JJGEE 9 6.4k 18 England
8 Aug 2011 5:37PM
For something a little different can I suggest you check out places such as:
Minster Lovell
Burford
Windrush
Northleach

All just off of the A40 from Oxford to Cheltenham.
poetslane 11 21 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 6:19PM
You could always try the 'Slaughters' - beatuiful and classic cotswold villages
guidoa e2
13 1.4k United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 8:22PM
Thanks Jeff, will bear in mind, may be more convenient in the time I have available
Glostopcat e2
8 247 2 England
9 Aug 2011 5:57PM
Chipping Norton, Chipping Campden and Winchcombe are also worth a visit

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