Shakespeare's Way (Oxfordshire)

Bliss Mill © Pam Brophy
Blenheim Palace © Robin Drayton
Stonor House © Shaun Ferguson

This long-distance path runs between Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakespeare's Globe, London. Using existing footpaths, bridleways and a few minor roads, the path has been planned to follow, as closely as possible, a route that Shakespeare may have taken on some of his journeys back and forth between his home at Stratford-upon-Avon and the city where he spent most of his productive years [Shakespeare's Way Association].

This trail covers the section of the footpath from the Warwickshire border north west of Chipping Norton to Oxfordshire's border with Buckinghamshire near Stonor.

Holiday Cottages

Beautiful holiday cottages across the Oxfordshire countryside and ideally located in the historic towns and cities

Cottages and self-catering accommodation perfectly located for walking and cycling the trails of the Cotswolds

Readers' Comments

  • Thu 28 Dec 2017, 14:47

    Hi just to let you know we crossed the a 46 and went to continue past the b and b and on to farm land to the village of Sherbourne. The markers and map indicate we were going the correct way but a new tenant on the land refused us a cess and has removed all right of way signs. We had to walk a Hugh loop down a dual carriageway pick up the trail the other side of this farmers land