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Commute from here: Moreton-in-Marsh

Moreton in Marsh is a thriving Cotswold Market Town 90 minutes by train from London and Birmingham. The number of Londoners registering with the local estate agents has increased by 75% six weeks after lockdown. Moreton in Marsh has a range of independent shops, a popular optician, a toy shop, excellent food shops, two doctors surgeries, and a recently opened hospital. Working from home being normal Moreton in Marsh has become popular because of the short commute to London or Birmingham without paying the higher prices of the more traditional North Cotswold villages.

Day Trip from London

The Cotswolds, running through 5 counties of Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire is located just over a One-hour train ride from London. An incredibly picturesque and charming part of England, you will immediately feel transported back in time.  The best way to see the awe-inspiring gorgeous rolling hills is to take a highly recommended tour with Best Cotswold Tours. You will not be disappointed! The Cotswolds derive the name from the old English term "Wold" meaning rolling hills, and Cotswolds refers to "sheep enclosures in rolling hills. You are likely to see lively markets, local pubs, castles, and country houses and of course sheep grazing in their natural environment. 

 

Five Epic Outdoor Getaways from London

 Stour Valley, The Norfolk Broads, The New Forest, The Peak District are all epic getaways from London, however the most popular and the most accessible is the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds are an area of 800 square miles, of rolling hills and farmland with honey-coloured stone cottages and villages and many thatched cottages. This region was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966 and spans the counties of Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire Worcestershire and Oxfordshire. The Cotswolds are a perfect place to spend a weekend exploring the 3000 miles of bridleways, woodlands and villages by going hiking, biking or horse riding. The Cotswolds is also famous for its food-producing cheeses, meats, spirits and beers available to purchase at farmers markets or farm shops, or for sampling in local pubs, restaurants or cafes. Are you tempted to stay? Then why not choose one of the many luxury hotels or pubs, charming bed and breakfast, or even pitch your tent at one of the many Cotswold Campsites.

Getting there: Trains from London Paddington and London Marylebone to the Cotswolds take around 1 hour and 30 minutes.