The Cotswold Way National Trail is 102 miles long and starts in the market town Chipping Campden in the north Cotswolds and ends in the World Heritage listed city of Bath, famous for its Abbey and Roman and Georgian history. Established in 2007 the trail predominantly follows the escarpment offering you great views across the Severn Valley and as far as the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons in Wales. The highlights along the route include Sudeley Castle, Broadway Tower, Iron Age hill forts and burial mounds such as Belas Knap and quaint cotswold villages such as Stanton, Winchcombe and Painswick.
We offer self-guided walking breaks of The Cotswold Way ranging from 7 to 12 nights, depending on how far you wish to walk each day. The shortest option has 6 walking days, which will be strenuous with long walking days of upto 20 miles. For a more relaxed pace the break can be spread over 11 walkings days, with the longest day being 13 miles.
Our Cotswold Way Walking Holidays include hand-picked quality accommodation, breakfast each day, detailed route maps, luggage transfers between lodgings and full support both prior to and during your holiday.
Find our more about The Cotswold Way National Trail here- https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/cotswold-way/