Bourton on the Hill

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The attractive hillside of Bourton on the Hill presides over the local Cotswold landscape, just five minutes from thriving Moreton in Marsh. It is known for a host of 17th and 18th century cottages. The Heart of England Way winds through Bourton on the Hill (and visits several other Cotswold villages). The village is close to both Batsford Arboretum and Sezincote House and Gardens.

Transport Links

Nearby Moreton in Marsh’s train station provides direct lines to London Paddington and Worcester. Bourton on the Hill also occupies a bus route to Stratford upon Avon via Chipping Campden. Stow on the Wold is within a very easy commute, and picturesque Broadway lies in the direction of Evesham.

What’s there to do?

Bourton House Garden is a beautiful, well-maintained garden to visit - it even has a a 16th century tithe barn on its grounds. The Horse and Groom pub sits atop the hill and is frequented by locals and visitors alike.

The village is close to both Batsford Arboretum (one of the country’s most impressive botanical collections) and Sezincote House and Gardens (featuring an astonishing Indian Style house).

Schools

Local primary schools include Bledington Primary School, Blockley C of E Primary School, Bourton on the Water Primary, Brailes C of E Primary.

Nearby secondaries include Stratford Girl’s Grammar School and King Edward VI School in Stratford upon Avon, The Cotswold School in Bourton on the Water and Chipping Campden School.