Uitgebreide reisroute van de Internationale groepsreis Oxford to Bath Cycle
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    • Cycle between the historic city of Oxford, 'City of Dreaming Spires' and Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage City. Discover beautiful Cotswold villages, including Castle Combe, the film set location for War Horse. Outstanding Estates: Blenheim Palace, Highgrove Royal Gardens, Rousham Gardens, Westonbirt Arboretum. Explore Roman history at Chedworth, Cirencester and Bath. Follow sections of the rivers Thames, Windrush and Coln


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  • 1

    Arrive in Oxford

    Arrive in Oxford. Visit some of the treasures of the city from the Bodleian Library to the Ashmolean.Staying overnight at Oxford Coach & Horses or similar

  • 2

    Oxford to Woodstock

    Follow the canal out of Oxford with pubs and tea shops available for a pit-stop. Leave the canal and visit Rousham Gardens, designed by William Kent in the 18th Century which remains much as he left it. Continue on to Woodstock and time permitting visit Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site.Stay overnight at The Kings Arms or similar

  • 3

    Woodstock to Burford

    Leave Woodstock through Blenheim Park with another opportunity to visit the Palace and Gardens. Follow country lanes through farmland and visit picturesque villages like Minster Lovell and Swinbrook on the way to Burford, known for its its three-arched medieval bridge.Stay overnight at The Highway Inn or similar

  • 4

    Burford to Bibury

    Follow the River Windrush towards Sherborne with a chance to visit the National Trusts' Sherborne Park Estate before continuing to Northleach where you can find half-timbered buildings and merchants' houses dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. There are two short detours off the main route to visit Chedworth Roman Villa and North Cerney Gardens before turning towards Bibury and follow the River Coln into this beautiful village.Stay overnight at Cotteswold House B&B or similar

  • 5

    Bibury to Cirencester

    The route goes to Cricklade via Fairford, known for its fine 'wool' church and once an important coaching town, and then turns toward Cirencester and follows a cycle route through the lakes, near the Thames Path. Cirencester, the 'capital of the Cotswolds' has many attractions including the Corinium Museum, dedicated to the city's Roman history and the Abbey grounds, site of St Mary's Abbey.Stay overnight at The Old Brewhouse or similar

  • 6

    Cirencester to Tetbury

    Today the route is shorter allowing time for visiting one (or more) of three spectacular Estates. Rodmarton Manor (open Wednesdays and Saturdays) is a unique 20th Century Arts and Crafts Manor with an 8 acre Cotswold garden; Chavenage House (open Thursdays and Sundays) is an Elizabethan house of mellow grey Cotswold stone and was used in the Poldark series as 'Trenwith', the Poldark family home. After arriving in Tetbury it is also possible to go by taxi (pay locally) to Highgrove Royal Gardens, the private residence of HRH The Prince of Wales. (Early booking essential).Stay overnight at The Royal Oak or similar

  • 7

    Tetbury to Castle Combe

    A short cycle ride takes you to Westonbirt Arboretum, the National Arboretum has one of the most beautiful and important plant collections in the world. Continue through the village of Sherston and on to the picturesque village of Castle Combe.Stay overnight at Castle Inn or similar

  • 8

    Castle Combe to Bath

    Today there is a choice of a longer or shorter route - the shorter option is a direct route into Bath allowing more time exploring the city. The longer route is an exciting ride through the villages of Biddeston and Lacock. The route turns onto the cycle path by the canal at Semington and follows it all the way into Bath via Bradford-on-Avon.Stay overnight at Apple Tree Guesthouse or similar

  • 9

    Leave Bath

    Depart Bath after breakfast.

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