Lechlade On Thames, Gloucester
The historic small town of Lechlade sits in an Area of Natural Beauty on the River Thames, with good road links from all directions and within easy reach of all the Cotswold villages and countryside.
With a thriving market square, dominated by the 15th century parish church, the town has busy cafes, pubs, shops and places to stay. The town square is a short 75 metres from the famous Halfpenny bridge and boating marina on the river.
Situated on the River Thames
Access to the river Thames is gained by crossing the Halfpenny Bridge, to the south bank of the river and joining the Thames Path, or by using the Seven Stiles walk to the west of town through pastureland to the Round House, a notable Thames-side feature. Also, at this point the disused Thames and Severn Canal joins the Thames along with the river Coln. The wooden footbridge marks the limit of navigation for powered vessels. From here the Thames may be followed back towards the town through the Riverside Park giving some of the most spectacular vistas of the Thames and Lechlademore...
We’re just 30 from the M4 and the nearest train stations are Swindon and Charlbury.