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Titmus Drive Tilgate, Crawley RH10 5PQ England
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Cotswolds One Day Guided Walk - Private Groups
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Cotswolds One Day Guided Walk - Private Groups

I am lucky enough to live in this postcard picturesque area on the edge of the famous Cotswolds region. It's easily reached from Oxford city- where I happen to be an experienced tour guide too. So if you book a tour with me, not only can I tell you lots about the Cotswolds heritage but also its connections to Oxford and eg the famous Oxford pre Raphaelite artists such as William Morris who lived in this region. On the tour, I will also introduce the historical monuments which we'll visit such a Roman villa & the ruins of a medieval manor house.
US$280.35 per adult
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leetemum wrote a review 9 Apr
Worthing, United Kingdom50 contributions22 helpful votes
Unfortunately when we visited the play park, maze, animal centre, etc were shut. Still had a walk round the lake but it was very cold and not even the ducks were interested in the duck food we had bought outside the Smith & Western. The Cafe in the walled gardens were open for food and drink but it was very busy and you could not sit down inside and the walled gardens themselves were also shut. Hopefully the play park will open soon as they were laying the groundwork when we were there. Also the maze, etc will reopen soon along with the animal centre which is normally our favourite bits. Not sure what happened to the shire horses and shetland ponies that used to be there in the stables or the fields behind. Hopefully they will make a comeback too.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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FlyingTheSkies wrote a review Jan 2021
Derby, United Kingdom2 contributions
This place kept me sane when undertaking my daily exercise. Staying in a hotel locally, the park was recommend by the hotel desk and it was such a tranquil place to walk, and there was so much to explore. Even in the pouring rain (bring wellies) it was great and a lovely escape to nature while still being in the locale of a large town.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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E F A N wrote a review Nov 2020
Crawley, United Kingdom8 contributions
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Gorgeous evening out one of the best areas in West Sussex to I now kill distress have a nice walk the dog will have a chat with the wife parents family take the kids to play play and feed the birds and the fishes on the Pond
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Princess of the Vale wrote a review Nov 2020
13 contributions12 helpful votes
This is a clean, tidy park with paths to walk on and a cafe. The nature centre is also really nice; it's a good place for families to go for a little outing. The cafe has an outdoor roofed seating area. We sat and had hot chocolate with all the toppings -mmmm! The cappuccino cake was sweet and soft but not soggy, unexpectedly scrumptious. Overall a nice place for an outing with children or with friends.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Kevin S wrote a review Oct 2020
Leigh-on Sea, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
the grounds are lovely, the nature reserve was good, but the decent sized playground was closed for no apparent reason. If that was open would have gone there more often.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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