The nearest train station is Kemble, which is 5 miles from Cirencester.
Bus number 881/855 runs from the station to Cirencester town centre. Timetables are available here: http://ww5.gloucestershire.gov.uk/Bustimes/Cotswold.htm
If you are able to cycle this distance, then it is possible to cycle to Cirencester along country lanes. From Cirencester the roads are busier, but it is only 10 minutes to reach us. OS map 168/169 can be used to find your route.
A number of taxi services are available from the station or Cirencester. Taxi numbers are listed here: http://www.britinfo.net/taxis/TAUQP28050.htm
Bus number 51/151/51a runs between Swindon and Cheltenham via Cirencester. The timetable is available here: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/nwbt-swindon-cheltenham-services-51-51a-151.pdf
Both Cheltenham and Swindon have mainline train stations. National Express also run coaches to Cirencester.
It is possible to walk from Cirencester to the farm on our own permissive footpaths see: http://www.theorganicfarmshop.co.uk/farm/walks-on-the-farm/ for a map. The walk takes approximately 40 minutes. Please be careful on the roads near the farm. Unfortunately they are very busy!
A number of national trails run through the Cotswolds. The Cotswold Way, The Thames Path, The Macmillan Way and the Monarch’s Way all pass very close to us. (see our accommodation pages if you wish to stay over en route) Details about the routes can be found here:
Thames Path http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thamespath/index.asp?PageId=1
Macmillan Way http://www.macmillanway.org/
Monarch’s Way http://www.ramblers.org.uk/info/paths/name/m/monarchs
Cotswold Way http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/cotswold/