With Go Cotswolds, you can take an affordable day trip to the Cotswolds from Oxford
Planning a visit to Oxford, or studying at one of Oxford’s colleges? Then why not discover the countryside and beautiful villages outside of the city and take a Go Cotswolds tour from Oxford?
5 reasons to take a Go Cotswolds tour from Oxford
1. Have a great time, and save money – our guided tours are fun, friendly and affordable
There are many tour guides in Oxford who can offer you a private tours of the Cotswolds from Oxford, but with a price tag of £300+ per day, this can be an expensive day out. Solo travellers or couples on a budget don’t always have that sort of money, so small group tours like ours are ideal!
If you take a Go Cotswolds tour, then you’ll visit the best spots in the Cotswolds. We have a maximum group size of just 16 people and our prices start from just £45 per adult. With one of our friendly local guides to show you around, you’ll feel like you’re sightseeing with friends.
2. Avoid the traffic – convenient car-free departures from Moreton-in-Marsh station
You don’t need a car to join a Go Cotswolds tour from Oxford – simply hop on the train at Oxford station, right in the heart of the city. Rather than sitting in the ring-road traffic, you’ll soon be whizzing through the beautiful English countryside by train. In under 40 minutes, you’ll arrive in the pretty Cotswold market town of Moreton-in-Marsh.
Here, from right outside Moreton-in-Marsh station, your Go Cotswolds tour guide will pick you up in one of our luxury, air-conditioned minibuses. All our tours depart from Moreton-in-Marsh station at 09.45. We can drop you back here at the end of the day too.
Even better: a train ticket from Oxford to Moreton-in-Marsh and back again is really cheap! A return ticket can cost as little as £10.50 for adults, so taking the train is a very affordable option. (Price correct as of April 2021.)
3. See Oxford and the Cotswolds in one short break – add Stratford-upon-Avon too!
We love Oxford! The “City of Dreaming Spires” is glorious, vibrant and oozing with historic charm – and it’s also really close to the Cotswolds.
Make the most of a short break by combining a stay in Oxford with a day out in the Cotswolds.
You could even make it a triple-whammy and cross Stratford-upon-Avon off your ‘Must-See List’ too.
It’s easy. 1) Check out of your Oxford accommodation, and bring your luggage with you on the train to Moreton-in-Marsh. 2) Take one of our award-winning day tours of the Cotswolds. 3) At the end of the tour, instead of dropping you at Moreton-in-Marsh, we can drop you off at your next hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon instead. We’re a local company based in Stratford-upon-Avon, so there’s no extra charge!
4. Support a local, family-run business – we know our stuff!
Tom has lived in the Stratford area all his life, and even went to the same school as William Shakespeare himself. (However, he would like it to be known that he was not there at the same time…!) With active, outdoorsy parents, Tom grew up with the Cotswolds as his ‘back yard’, so he knows it like the back of his hand.
We work with a small team of fantastic guides, who all live in the local area too. So, when you book a tour direct with Go Cotswolds, you’re contributing to a family business and supporting the local economy.
5. Come back and see us again! Different tours make different experiences
We have 3 different small group tours of the Cotswolds available, and we have more routes planned for the future. If you visit often, then you can take different tours of the Cotswolds from Oxford and have different experiences.
Now taking bookings from May 17, 2021, start with our Cotswolds in a Day tour to get an overview of the best spots in the Cotswolds. Then, get out of the minibus and on to the trails with our Cotswolds Trails & Villages tour.
Do you enjoy great food, great drink and the beautiful English countryside? Then from 3rd July 2021 you can take our Brewery, Pub Lunch & The Cotswolds tour. This tour includes a tour of local craft brewery Purity Brewing Co (and tasting, of course!), and you’ll also enjoy lunch at the fabulously historic Fleece Inn.