Avoncliff is a small hamlet near Bath & Bradford on Avon, Iying within the Cotswold’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. http://www.cotswoldsaonb.org.uk/guided_walks/around-avoncliff/

The hamlet lies in the bottom of the valley formed by the River Avon and is divided into 3 sectors by the Kennet and Avon Canal, the railway and the River Avon. Avoncliff is dominated by the Avoncliff aqueduct which carries the Kennet and Avon Canal over the River Avon and the railway.


Avoncliff has its own train station:
Bradford on Avon: 3mins
Bath: 13mins, every 45mins
Bristol Temple Meads: 35mins, every 60mins
London: 2hrs to 2hrs 40mins. (First train 6:13am, change at Bath)

Bristol Airport Avoncliff to Bristol Temple Meads, airport bus direct. 1hr 17mins

Towpath cycle: Bath City: 45mins, Bradford on Avon Town 15mins