Take a Cotswolds Tour from Moreton in Marsh,
Out of all our pick-up points, this one is the most popular. Not only is there are great selection of hotels this is the most accessible location for those wishing to arrive by train from London (London-Paddington) & Oxford.
Cotswold day trip from London & Oxford:
It is easy to visit the Cotswolds as a day trip from London. All you need to do is hop on the train at London-Paddington. This service is provided by Great Western Railways. You can great some really good prices on your train travel, the best priced tickets are available 12 weeks before travel. The train will bring you through some wonderful countryside & travels direct to Moreton in Marsh railway station where we will meet you to start the tour. This is also the same train that will stop at Oxford so it is super easy to travel from Oxford to the Cotswolds.
If you plan to return to London or Oxford after your Cotswold tour then we would always ask guests to book their return trains after 4.30pm. Our Cotswold Tour finishes at 4pm, but this just gives us a little time, just in case we encounter a little bit of traffic on the way back to the railway station.
If you wanted to stay overnight then you have a few options available for you, we have had guests stay in all of these hotels / pubs & we would always recommend checking the latest review online before booking. So in no particular order, the great news is they are all within easy walking distance from the our collection point at Moreton in Marsh Railway Station:
The Manor House Hotel: A '16th century manor house, installed some comfortable beds to make up 35 beautifully designed bedrooms, and a 2 AA Rosette restaurant and bar to tantalise your taste buds with views overlooking our stunning gardens.'
The White Hart Royal: A 'AA rated 3 star hotel, with individually designed bedrooms including several feature rooms. It is an historic former 17th-century coaching inn located in the centre of Moreton-in-Marsh. Some rooms offer 4-poster beds, private gardens, very spacious wet rooms and roll-top baths.'
The Bell Inn 'The Bell Inn has for years been a favourite for those seeking a truly unspoilt rural break combining a menu bursting with fresh, seasonal, locally sourced dishes. Considered by many to be JRR Tolkien’s inspiration for the ‘Prancing Pony’, Middle Earth’s most famous pub in ‘The Lord of the Rings’, The Bell Inn is a fine example of a traditional coaching inn providing quality food, drink and accommodation in welcoming surroundings.'
The Redesdale Arms 'Award winning 34 bedroom Redesdale Arms Hotel sits at the gateway to the Cotswolds, on the High Street of the historic town of Moreton-in-Marsh. Steeped in history and dating back to around 1650, constructed of mellow Cotswold stone with a heavily oak beamed interior'
So if you want to book a Cotswolds tour from Moreton in Marsh then book with us 'Cotswolds Guided Tours'. We are running Cotswold day trips throughout the winter. If you want to take a tour in November & December, then don't delay, book your Cotswolds Guided Tours today.