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Holiday Cottages in The Ridgeway

The Ridgeway is a long distance walking path which is located in a surprisingly remote part of southern central England, offering a unique glimpse into the ancient past of southern England.. The trail spans approximately 87 miles (139 kilometres) and offers stunning views of the English countryside: starting with the World Heritage Site of Avebury and follows a ridge of chalk hills in a northeasterly direction to reach Ivinghoe Beacon, northwest of London. 

We offer a range of holiday cottages along the Ridgeway to suit all needs and budgets. Our luxury lodges near Benson offer fantastic holiday cottage accommodation for up to six and four guests separately, or holiday cottage accommodation for up to ten guests if booked together. Read more

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The trail is popularly known as “Britain’s oldest road”, it follows the same route over high ground that has been used since prehistoric times by travellers, soldiers and tradesmen. The trail takes you through diverse landscapes, including rolling hills, open farmland, woodlands, and chalk downs. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

The Ridgeway is popular with walkers and hikers of all abilities. It is also possible to cycle or ride horses along certain sections of the trail.

Short Let Space has a selection of holiday cottages in the Ridgeway that offers easy access to the trail and other fantastic experiences in and around the area. With Oxford Wet and Wild being one of the amazing attractions close by – a fantastic aqua park with a café for the whole family to enjoy. 

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