Nestled in an outrageously beautiful nook of Oxfordshire, Kingham is the jewel within the Cotswolds’ crown, making it the right spot for a post-lockdown weekend away.
Kingham railway station is served by Cotswold Line trains between London Paddington, Oxford, Worcester and Hereford, and there is loads of causes to go to.
Firstly, an iconic episode of the BBC Three comedy This Country was filmed at Kingham railway station.
Once you have recovered from that little-known truth, the Kingham’s Norman church, a seventeenth-century rectory, must be your first level of name.
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Then, as soon as you have labored up an urge for food by strolling round, The Wild Rabbit is a foodie paradise that should be skilled because of Michelin-starred chef Alyn Williams.
It’s additionally a correct group pub and is not pretentious within the slightest.
The Cotswold Farm Park in close by Guiting Power can be positively value a go to when you’ve got time.
Run by Adam Henson (of ‘Countryfile’ fame), it’s residence to a Noah’s ark’s value of rare-breed cattle, sheep, goats and pigs.
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Then you may get merry with a pair of pints in The Kingham Plough, an award-winning boozer reverse the village inexperienced.
The Cotswolds Distillery in Stourton is the place to go for a tot of English single-malt whisky.
To spherical off the journey, should you love farm-fresh produce, then Daylesford is the place for you, and you may get lambing excursions within the spring, so that you higher take advantage of of it after lockdown.
Just over the highway from The Wild Rabbit, the pub has its personal row of two-bed cottages geared up with squishy sofas, woollen blankets and correct log-burning fires – so just about a scene straight out of The Holiday (though we won’t promise Jude Law will likely be there).
On the opposite hand, you might stumble upon Blur bass-player Alex James, who lives on a sheep and dairy farm exterior the village and chronicles the expertise in his column in The Independent.
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