The Villages Of The Cotswolds
Kingham is a pleasant village situated in the Evenlode valley somewhere between Stow-on-the-Wold & Chipping Norton
with a mix of old & new buildings. The village is unique amongst Cotswold villages, because this one is served by a
main line railway station albeit about a mile from the village.
The large green is surrounded by some rather elegant stone & thatched cottages whilst the Norman church dedicated to Saint Andrew is well worth a visit. There is a fine old rectory built in the 17th century.
In 2004 readers of "Country Life" magazine voted Kingham as England's favourite village.
The village is on the B4450 between Stow-on-the-Wold about 7 miles & Chipping Norton about 5 miles.
The nearest rail station is at Kingham with services operated by First Great Western Link.
Bus services connecting Aldsworth are:
- 5 Chadlington to Moreton In Marsh Bakers Commercial Services
- 811 Salford-Cheltenham Pulhams
- X8 Chipping Norton-Bledington Stagecoach Oxford
- X8 Chipping Norton-Kingham Stagecoach Oxford
If you wish to visit the village, please park in with consideration.
- The Plough Inn, Tel: +44 (0)1608 658327
- The Tollgate Tel: +44 (0)1608 658389
- Mill House Hotel & Restaurant Tel: +44 (0)1608 658492