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With miles of bridleways and quiet country roads the Oxfordshire Cotswolds is a great place for cyclists. There are more than 20 downloadable bike rides available

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The Oxfordshire Cotswolds is one of the most rural areas of southern England enjoying not only the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, perfect for walking (see our free downloadable walks) and cycling (see our free downloadable cycle rides), but some of the prettiest and quietest stretches of the Thames, perfect for boating.

The lower Windrush valley has a number of lakes, some given over to watersports, and there are a number of excellent leisure centres in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.

There's plenty to do for active families, including family cycle rides and walks, swimming and activities at our leisure centres, watersports, horse-riding and of course just enjoying playing in the great outdoors!

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Windrush Leisure Centre

Windrush Leisure Centre

With a full programme of swimming, a host of dry activities and a café with pool viewing area there’s an activity to suit all tastes. Facilities...

Windrush Leisure Centre

Windrush Leisure Centre

With a full programme of swimming, a host of dry activities and a café with pool...

The Inglesham on the River Thames near Lechlade

Inglesham Boat Trips

Enjoy the gentle meanderings of one of Britain’s premier waterways on the beautiful...

TY Cycles - a comprehensive mobile cycle repair and cycle hire service

Cotswold Cycle Hire

TY Cycles offer quality cycle hire that comes to you, with free collection and...

Heythrop Park Resort Golf

Heythrop Park Resort Golf

The new 7,008 yard par 72 golf course has been designed by renowned golf course...

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The Gardens of Rousham House - © Harpur Gardens

Rousham

Rousham and its landscape garden should be a place of pilgrimage for students of the work of William Kent (1685–1748). Rousham represents the first...