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Quality, detached barn conversion, one mile from Castlemorton. Spacious with exposed beams. Over one floor. Ideal for exploring Malvern Hills and Severn Valley. Malvern 6 miles. (Ref. 1852)
7 nights from £682Book Now
This Gloucestershire cottage is located on the edge of the Forest of Dean. With a hot tub, woodburner, Sky TV and a games area, it is ideal for large groups. (Ref. 4310)
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A superb Cotswolds cottage, this detached Georgian house is in Wotton-under-Edge. Elegant, welcoming accommodation, woodburner, hot tub, piano, en-suites, close to amenities. (Ref. 3858)
25% off - Fri 10th Mar to 17th Mar 2017
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Delightful Grade II listed former hop brewery. Part of the cottage dates back to the 15th century and offers charming accommodation. En-suite bedrooms. Cirencester 4.5 miles. (Ref. 19933)
7 nights from £1304Book Now
An impressive Grade II listed country house with its original clock tower. En-suite facilities, AGA, two open fires, outdoor heated swimming pool. Worcester 5 miles. (Ref. 19077)
7 nights from £1240Book Now
What better place for a relaxing break than a Cotswolds cottage?
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty featuring a wealth
of attractions, visitors flock from near and far.
Tour the Cotswolds at a leisurely pace, making use of the minor roads that criss-cross the countryside. Honey-coloured villages punctuate the landscape, exuding an air that is quintessentially English - Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, to name but a few. Explore their pretty streets, brimming with delightful shops selling antiques, gifts and other quality goods, along with fine dining restaurants, traditional pubs and olde-worlde tea shops. Indeed, the region is renowned for its gastronomic delights, from Old Spot pork and over 100 locally produced cheeses, to Michelin-starred extravaganzas. There are some splendid towns and cities too, like Oxford, Bath, Cheltenham and Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Discover a great range of Cotswolds holiday rentals
Must-see places include Sudeley Castle, the Wildfowl and
Wetlands Trust, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, Hidcote Manor
Garden, Berkeley Castle and Tewkesbury Abbey. Family-friendly
options include Cotswold Farm Park, the 'Home of Rare Breed
Conservation' and Cotswold Country Park, home to the UK's
biggest inland beach, with water sports, fishing, toddlers'
paddling and play area, adventure centre and lakeside walks and
Walk the Cotswold Way, voted England's best marked trail, or
discover the countryside from a different perspective, floating
along in a hot air balloon. Watch a Shakespeare play, hire a
classic Morgan, or learn the ancient craft of dry stone walling.
Enjoy a day at Cheltenham Races, get creative at New Brewery Arts,
or perhaps a day of pampering at the Thermae Bath Spa. Options are
endless with a Cotswolds self catering cottage holiday.
Cotswolds holiday accommodation to suit you!What kind of Cotswolds holiday rental are you looking for? Something with lots of charm perhaps like a mellow stone cottage so characteristic of the area, laden with beams and wonky, stone flagged floors. Or maybe a stylish, Georgian residence with clean, elegant lines and lots of space for a getaway with friends. Or what about a house in the country with adventures from the door (walking, cycling, water sports etc), just the sort of Cotswolds holiday let that's ideal for your family. You may even find a holiday rental in The Cotswolds with fantastic extras such as a games room or shared swimming pool - great forms of entertainment whatever your age. Our Cotswolds accommodation can be rented year round, with seasonal offers and late deals clearly highlighted. Take your pick from the list below or use our advanced search and online booking facility - by far, the easiest and fastest way to find your perfect holiday let in The Cotswolds!