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Accessibility Information

Accessibility Information

Information for visitors on accessible accommodation, attractions, leisure facilities, walks, places to eat, public transport, taxis, parking and public toilets.

Plan Your Visit

Help and advice to make planning your visit easier…

In our Maps and Travel section, as well as Maps (including a downloadable map of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, as well as local walks, car parks and toilets), you'll find pages on Getting Here and Getting About as well as more information on Parking (which is free in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds!).

Our Towns and Villages section includes an A-Z listing of all the towns and villages in the area with information on each one.

Our Accessibility Information section has information and links to help ease the stay of anyone who may need additional or specialised information in planning their visit.

Finally there is our Information Centres page – where you’ll find contact details for our information centres in Burford and Witney, where ‘local experts’ will be happy to give further advice and information to help you get the best from your visit to the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.

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Bluebells at Foxholes near Bruern

Bruern

An Abbey is recorded at Bruern as early as 1147. The monastery was small and disreputable even compared to others in the Cotswolds, with a racy...

Bluebells at Foxholes near Bruern

Bruern

An Abbey is recorded at Bruern as early as 1147. The monastery was small and...

Westwell in Oxfordshire

Westwell

A small, quiet village 2 miles south west of Burford, close to the county border...

Milton under Wychwood

Milton under Wychwood

Dating back to medieval times, Milton under Wychwood is a large working village on...

Ramsden. Photo by Robin Smithett

Ramsden

A beautiful and peaceful stone village on the north-east edge of the Cotswolds....

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Places to Visit

The Village Green in Combe

Combe

The name Combe, meaning valley, seems inappropriate for a village set on a hill top 45m above Evenlode valley floor! The village may have moved...