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Cotswold Falconry Centre Questions & Answers

Baton Rouge

Has anyone walked from Moreton to the Falconry Centre? The site says use Monarch's Way but I don't see that thoroughfare marked on Google Maps. Traveling by train so would need to walk or take a taxi to and from if available.

2 months ago Answer

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cotswoldfalconry
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From the High Street follow Corders Lane. Look for footpath signs for Batsford Arboretum by the Co-op. It will take 30-40 minutes to walk the 1 3/4 miles. Not only can it be a very pleasant walk through typical North Cotswold countryside, it also saves doing the long uphill walk up the drive if walking along the road. It is an across fields footpath, so suitable footwear,clothing etc. I haven't checked 2019 bus routes/times, but there is should also be a bus that'll take you half way from the station. If planning to go by taxi pre-booking is recommended. The centre is open every day from 16th February until 10th November during 2019.

2 months ago
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Yes you can - paths are clearly marked and you can access a nice walk if you use the road opposite the Black Bear pub. We stay regularly in Aston Magna and there is a fantastic walk into Moreton from there next to the railway - you can then take the Monarchs way to the Falconry and then up the hill skirting Batsford Arboretum and back into Aston Magna.

1 month ago
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