We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We joined the Warden's Way at a mid-point where it intersects a paved road and walked to Suddely Castle. We are both in our 60's with some impairments, and we did not have any trouble. We loved walking through the meadow filled with new born...More
What a lovely walk between the Slaughters. Lower Slaughter was very beautiful with the small cottages and Old Mill. The trail is only about a mile long, but was nice and relaxing. Would recommend if you are in the area.
What a lovely walk, stumbled upon during a day out in the Cotswolds, have passed by the signpost on many trips up and down the Fosse way. Decided to call in and were enchanted by this lovely village with its "Olde World" charm. The stream...More
This was the ideal walk for us - we parked in Bourton and wandered through the town, then picked up the trail after crossing the main A road, through the fields with horses in, stopping to say hello to the friendliest ones on the way...More
If you only get the chance to visit a couple of Cotswold villages, choose the Slaughters, Upper and Lower. If you know about them, there are quite easy to find, but if you don’t you can easily miss them since they are a bit off...More
Worked up an appetite for dinner at Lords of the Manor by walking to Lower Slaughter and back - partly by this route. It took just over an hour and had some good views, though in Summer the views are somewhat restricted by the greenery....More
This is an easy walk through a few sheep pastures and fields. It is only about a mile. Up hill if you start from Lower Slaughter. You end of near Lords of the Manor where you can get excellent service and an expensive cup of...More
Walked this stretch of Wardens Way between the two Slaughters and found it a boring traipse across 3 fields with no decent views. Very nice at the beginning and end of the walk but nothing of interest in between. both villages are beautiful and worth...More
Wandering through the Cotswolds on foot gives you a real sense of the beauty and history of the area. Set aside a half a day to wander the countryside (get a map, follow the signposts - its very helpful to know where to actually start...More