Skip to content
The signpost on the lane which heads towards the A417
See a centuries-old church on this scenic Buscot walk | © National Trust
Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Berkshire

Buscot Green Farm walk

Enjoy Buscot's Green Farm Walk around Eaton Hastings and take in memorable views of the River Thames, farmland and the historical Oxfordshire village.

Total steps: 11

Total steps: 11

Start point

Eaton Hastings Church

Step 1

Park on the side of the road in Eaton Hastings.

Step 2

Take some time to visit and look around Eaton Hastings Church.

Eaton Hastings Church
Parts of the church date back almost a millennium | © National Trust

Step 3

Follow the D'Arcy Dalton Way back along the lane. Continue along the lane until you meet the A417.

Step 4

Follow the footpath to the right alongside the road.

Step 5

Take the farm drive on the right, past a cattle grid, with Kilmester Farm to the right.

Step 6

Continue through the gates through the Anchor Boat Club bearing right, then through a third gate and follow the field boundary to cross a footbridge.

The Anchor Boat Club at Buscot and Coleshill Estates
The Anchor Boat Club | © National Trust

Step 7

Pass through a gate following the stream and willows.

Step 8

Cross another stile and bear right across the field towards a cottage, then cross a stile.

Step 9

Follow the field boundary and rejoin the River Thames.

Step 10

Cross another stile and continue straight on over the field, then cross drive to Rhodes Farm and go over a footbridge.

Step 11

Continue across the field to a gate then you can return to your car.

End point

Eaton Hastings Church

Trail map

Map of Buscot Green Farm walk
Map of Buscot Green Farm walk | © Crown copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey

You made it

Share your experience

More near here

Wooden lock gates with picturesque lockkeepers hut to one side

Buscot Red Walk 

Discover Buscot village and the surrounding area, including the smallest lock currently on the River Thames and two Second World War bunkers.

DistanceMiles: 3 (km: 4.8)
Looking through hanging tree branches from Badbury Clump and across an expanse of countryside towards the sunrise over the Buscot and Coleshill Estates, Oxfordshire.

Buscot Purple Woodland Walk 

Enjoy exploring the nearby woodland on this scenic three-mile circular walk, which offers memorable views across the surrounding countryside.

DistanceMiles: 4.5 (km: 7.2)
The River Thames at Buscot Park, Oxfordshire

Lechlade Walk 

This serene riverside walk from Buscot village to Lechlade and back follows a path along the River Thames, taking in the first lock on the river and a Second World War bunker.

DistanceMiles: 2 (km: 3.2)
View over field containing Frisian cows, with copse of trees behind and hills in the distance

Coleshill purple walk 

Enjoy a relaxing stroll on Coleshill's purple walk, a gentle trail through the traditionally farmed estate land at Coleshill. The splendid views of the White Horse Hill and Uffington Castle are a bonus.

DistanceMiles: 4.5 (km: 7.2)

Get in touch

Coleshill, near Swindon, Wiltshire, SN6 7PT

Our partners

Cotswold Outdoor

We’ve partnered with Cotswold Outdoor to help everyone make the most of their time outdoors in the places we care for.

Visit website 

You might also be interested in

A group of hikers exploring a hilly landscape on a sunny winters day.


This National Walking Month, explore some of the finest landscapes in our care on coastal paths, accessible trails, woodland walks and everything in between. Find the best places to walk near you.

A group of people in a hiking group are being guided on a hike by rangers at Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire

Cotswold Outdoor: our exclusive walking partner 

Find out more about the National Trust’s ongoing partnership with Cotswold Outdoor as our exclusive walking partner.

A visitor carrying a backpack and walking along a footpath at Divis and the Black Mountain with stone walls either side, the countryside visible in the background.

Follow the Countryside Code 

Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.

A family walks through a wood with spring leaves on the trees

Walking in London and the South East 

From sweeping landscapes to ancient woodland, discover top spots in London and the South East to enjoy gentle strolls and invigorating hikes in nature.