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Bourton-on-the-Water Guide

Bourton-on-the-Water is a picturesque village located in the Cotswolds, known as the “Venice of the Cotswolds” due to the presence of the River Windrush, which flows through the village and is crossed by several charming footbridges. 

Bourton-on-the-Water is a popular tourist destination, with a range of amenities and attractions. Visitors can explore the village’s many independent shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as enjoy activities such as miniature golf, model railway exhibitions, and birdwatching at the Cotswold Birdland park. 


Additionally, Bourton-on-the-Water is located near several other popular Cotswold villages, making it a great base for exploring the surrounding area.

Eat & Drink

Inn on the Marsh

Beagle Bar & Brasserie

Raj Mahal

The Swan Inn

Lynwood & Co

Redesdale Arms

The Spice Room

The Black Bear Inn

Sakura Bistro

Victoria Coffee House

The Mermaid Fish Bar

The Bell

Martha's Coffee House

Grouch Coffee

Siam Cottage

Bellini 

Restaurant Henne

The Halfway at Kineton

Tailor Made Top Nosh

The Wild Rabbit

The Fig in Chipping Camden

Buckland Manor

The Slaughters Manor House

Lords of the Manor

The King's Head Inn

The Hollow Bottom

The Plough Inn

The Kingham Plough

The Feathered Nest Country Inn

The Fleece Inn

The Angel

The Maytime Inn

The Slaughters Country Inn

The Kingham Plough

The Boxing Hare

Bitter & Twisted

MOR Bakery and Coffee

The Chequers (Chipping Norton)

Whistlers Restaurant

Cotswold Distillery Shop

Yumi Yumi

Orto Lounge

Bengal Dreams

The Fish & Anchor

Thai Emerald

Wayside Farmshop and Tearoom

Monica's Fish Bar and Cafe

The Ivy Inn

Delicious in Evesham

Flavours Italian Restaurant in Evesham

Ellenden Farm Shop & Cafe

JellyPickleJam in Evesham

Thatched Tavern

The Royal Oak in Evesham

Broadway Deli

Evesham Balti

Casa la Cucina Italiana

The Blue Lagoon

StirrUps

Buongiorno Cafe

The Deddington Arms

The Red Lion in Deddington

Knife & Fork Bakery

Bengal Spice

Grimsby Fish Van

Foodies Coffee Shop

Otters Restaurant

Popular Chinese Take A Way

Little Oak Vineyard

The Wilson

The Cotswold Outpost

The Angel at Burford

The Tea Set

The Gate Hangs High - Discover Cotswolds Cottages

The Sun Inn in Hook Norton

Alfonso Gelateria

The Blenheim Buttery

The Chef Imperial Woodstock

Woodstock Coffee Shop

The Star Inn in Woodstock

The White House Pub

Worton Kitchen Garden Farm Shop and Cafe

The Black Prince

Hampers Food and Wine Company in Woodstock

Kings Arms Hotel-Bar-Restaurant

The Woodstock Arms

The Crown in Woodstock

Brothertons Brasserie

The Killingworth Castle

The Feathers Hotel and Restaurant

Galleria in Woodstock

The Royal Oak in Ramsden

The Trout Inn at Wolvercote

Fresh eggs and home made jam in Spelsbury

The Bull in Charlbury

Swimming Pools

Cottages in and around Bourton-on-the-Water

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