Lechlade: A Village With A Beautiful Bridge (2023)

Lechlade or Lechlade-on-Thames

A busy town in the Cotswolds, one of the most notable landmarks in Lechlade is the Church of St. Lawrence, which dates back to the 15th century and features beautiful stained glass windows and intricate stonework.

The town is also home to the historic 19th century Halfpenny Bridge, and is a popular spot for visitors to take photos and enjoy the views of the river.

Many outdoor activities can be found here particularly because the Thames Path National Trail is on its doorstep where stunning countryside views can be enjoyed.

This area is popular with walkers, cyclists, and nature lovers and the nearby Cotswold Water Park with its over 150 lakes is popular with anglers, water sports enthusiasts, and other outdoor activities.

In addition to its natural beauty and historic landmarks, the village is also home to a range of shops, restaurants, and pubs, making it a great destination for visitors looking to explore the Cotswolds region and enjoy the local culture and cuisine.

Like many villages in the Cotswolds, a region of unparalleled beauty, whether you’re looking to relax and unwind or explore the many attractions and activities on offer, Lechlade has something for everyone in this charming corner of England.

If you prefer a round of golf, there are many beautiful courses throughout the Cotswolds and those closest to Lechlade are Burford Golf Club (Tel: 01993 822583), Frilford Heath Golf Club (Tel: 01865 390864), and Wrag Barn Golf and Country Club (Tel: 01793 861327),

Heathrow Airport to Lechlade takes 90 minutes by car.

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