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'A day out in Cotswolds' is a scenic ride from Oxford to Stratford upon Avon. The ride is split into several caches to make it easier to log a find.
This is the fourth part in the series of the caches. This section starts in Snowshill and ends in Stratford.
The route continues from Snowshill to Broadway, a town that is often described as the perfection of Cotswold beauty. Turn right up the main street and first left on the B4632 through peaceful Willersey and Weston Subedge, to the outskirts of Mickleton where you turn right for Hidcote Manor Gardens, one of the most delightful gardens in England.
Leaving Hidcote, the 9-mile ride to Stratford upon Avon country lanes is well sign-posted. Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of the greatest poet in English language, William Shakespeare.
After riding this route do you think that Broadway is the perfection of Cotswold beauty? Enjoy your ride!
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