Circular Pub Walks

Chadlington is on eastern edge of the Cotswolds and is surrounded by beautiful countryside perfect for long leisurely walks before lunch or an afternoon drink. This is hilly country, although the hills are gentle, and not all walks are suitable for everyone, but all the walks we feature below are easy enough if you are reasonably fit.

A fairly easy walk, mostly on tarmac but with some grass and muddy bits if it has been raining. The walk takes you north west from the pub, past a neolithic hill fort to the private Sarsden Estate, before heading back to Chadlington. Magnificent views of the Evenlode valley on a clear day are on offer, so make sure you frequently stop to look around.

 

Map of circular walk from The Tite Inn

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A moderate walk leaving the village along Green Lane and returning via The Hawk Stone, Dean Manor, St Nicholas’ Church and Chadlington Manor. Route is predominantly on tracks which can be muddy, with the return leg in Chadlington on paved surfaces.

 

Map of circular walk, The Green LaneClick on map for Ordnance Survey

A walk taking you to the beautiful, hidden gem of Dean Common. Spectacular views across the Evenlode Valley and a walk through an atmospheric wood. Easy walk with some muddy bits.

 

Map of circular walk to Dean Common

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A shorter walk that takes you cross country from the pub to Greenend, joins the Oxfordshire Way before heading back to Chadlington with magnificent views over the Evenlode valley. Mostly easy going, but you’ll still build up a thirst by the time you get back to the Tite!

 

Map of circular walk, a shorter walk from The Tite Inn

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