Walking The Cotswold Way in 6 Days

For travelers wanting to experience authentic England, as romanticised in films, books and movies, look no further than our itinerary for walking the Cotswold Way in 6 days.
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Walking the Cotswold Way in 6 days

For travelers wanting to experience authentic England, as romanticised in films, books and movies,  look no further than the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds has everything to make your trip magical, from historic castles, houses and abbeys, and all set in green rolling hills. The Cotswold Way National Trail will certainly be appealing to walkers who are seeking an easy introduction to Long Distance Walking. It’s a fantastic instruction to the English countryside as the gradient is forgiving, and often so is the weather. 

The Cotswolds have been deservingly awarded the status of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Along the way you can expect to enjoy a number of small, but wonderfully presented villages, hamlets and towns, such as Chipping Campden, Stanton and of course Bath at the end. 

The route is a delight from start to finish, and will surely leave a very English imprint on you.

To help you enjoy this wonderful route, we have put together this Cotswold Way 6 Days itinerary for you to self-book your walking holiday. Click any of the overnight stops below to quickly scroll down to that section on the page.

The accommodation on this page have been hand picked, and checked on Facebook, TripAdvisor, and via Google Reviews to ensure they are of an acceptable quality. Most can be booked direct, online either via booking.com, or through their own website. We have also added some super handy distances from the trail so you know how far you have to travel each day to start walking.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Please note, some of the accommodation options below include an affiliate link. If you book through these links Distance Hiker will receive a small percentage of the total price. This allows us to keep producing excellent resources to help you book your trail. Thanks, Matthew.

Arrive in Chipping Campden for your first night’s stay

Noel Arms

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  • Directly on the trail!


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The Churchill Arms

Rooms from £100.00 per night

  • 4.18 miles from the trail


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Bantam Tea Rooms

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Day 1: Walk from Chipping Campden to Stanton – 16.8km

The Old Post House

Rooms from £40.00 per night

  • Directly on the trail!


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Shenberrow Hill B&B

Rooms from £105.00per night

  • 130 meters from the trail


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Day 2: Walk from Stanton to Cleeve Hill- 13 miles

cleeve hill Hotel

Rooms from £115.00 per night

  • 430 meters from the trail


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Day 3: Walk from Cleeve Hil to Birdlip – 8 miles

Royal George Hotel

Rooms from £65.00 per night

  • 137 meters from the trail


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Day 4: Walk from Birdlip to King’s Stanley – 8 miles

The White Hart

Rooms from £77.00 per night

  • 1.62km from the trail


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Day 5: Walk from King’s Stanley to Wotton under Edge- 13.2 miles

The Swan Hotel

Rooms from £108.00 per night

  • 150 meters from the trail


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Day 6: Walk from Wotton under Edge to Tormarton – 12.8 miles

Best Western Compass Inn

Rooms from £74.00 per night

  • 300 meters from the trail


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Day 7: Walk from Cold Ashton to Bath – 10.2 miles

Bathen House Boutique Hotel

Rooms from £139.00 per night

  • 3km from the trail


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Z Hotel Bath

Rooms from £50.00 per night

  • 159m from the trail


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Holiday inn Express

Rooms from £50.00 per night

  • 770m from the trail


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We hope you found the accommodation options above helpful, and have managed to successfully book your trail. If not, don’t worry, we offer a handy booking service which you can access by hitting the link below. If you have any more questions related to the Cotswold Way, we have you covered in the articles below. Browse at your own pace, and should you have any specific questions feel free to jump onto live chat, or search our database of articles:


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