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Heathrow to Moreton-in-Marsh; Itin check

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Hi, Fodorites.

Thinking Flanner will be the expert here, but welcome any suggestions.

I’m flying to England in September and want to do a few days walking in the Cotswold, before heading to London for the Open House weekend.

By public transporation/walking, I want to visit Sezincote House, the Batsford Arboretum, and repeat my Chipping Campden-Broadway walk.

QUESTION: With the attractions above, is M-i-M a good base for me?

Assuming Moreton-in-Marsh is fine…

Arrival day:
Arrive a.m., take 76 Bus to Slough, then train to Moreton-in-Marsh. (2 hrs 10 min journey)

Question: There’s a Heathrow Connect train to Hayes & Harlington, transfer to Slough train, transfer to M-i-M train (2 hrs 6 min). They both seem fine…has anyone done one or the other to offer any advice?

Question: On my first, bleary-eyed day, any one have advice on what I might do within M-i-M? I imagine I’ll wander the high street and savor English tea and cakes and hit the Tesco (yay!)—but any particular suggestions?

Question: Any advice specific to Sezincote or the Batsford Arboretum?

Thank you for any advice.

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