The Tite Inn is situated on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, 20 miles from Oxford, 32 miles from Cheltenham, and roughly 12 miles from Stow on the Wold , Bourton on the Water, and Moreton in Marsh.

Presented here are some of the near-by attractions, plus some walks and cycle routes you can do using the Tite Inn as your start / finish point. Whether the weather is on your side or not, there’s plenty to see and do in this part of the Cotswolds, and we will be ready with the refreshments when you get back!

  • Chastleton HouseOne of the finest Jacobean Country Houses in Britain, dating from 1607 and open to the public from spring to autumn
  • Batsford ArboretumBeautiful botanical gardens and falconry centre.
  • Blenheim PalaceOne of England’s most impressive palaces and parks, birthplace of Winston Churchill.
  • Hook Norton BreweryVictorian local brewery, fascinating tours and shop for beer lovers.
  • Hidcote Manor GardensOne of the most influential Arts & Crafts gardens in Britain, with linked rooms of hedges, trees and borders.
  • Cotswold Wildlife ParkRhinos and Lions up close and personal in the Cotswolds. And penguins.
  • The Rollright StonesThe Cotswold’s own Stonehenge. Legend has it, if you pick turnips on a Sunday you forever become one of them!
  • The Whichford PotteryWatch the potters in action, buy pots and drink tea.
  • Sezincote EstateA 200 year old Mogul Indian palace in the rolling Cotswold hills.
  • Kiftsgate Court GardensThe product of three generations of women gardeners, formal gardens that are distinctly organic and informal, set on the stunning Cotswold escarpment.
  • Broughton CastleA moated and fortified manor house dating from the 1550’s, with parts as old as 1306. The centre of opposition to Charles I and besieged during the Battle of Edgehill in 1642. If you want history…!

The picturesque Cotswold villages of