Cotswolds Cottages Why Cotswolds Cottages? Choose a cottage in the Cotswolds to immerse yourself in the picturesque English countryside! Explore charming honey-hued villages, rolling hills, meandering streams, and a wealth of history and culture in the ultimate serene escape. What are the best Cotswolds attractions? Blenheim Palace is undoubtedly one of the best attractions in the Cotswolds! Dating back to the early 16th century this palace is open to the public daily and houses a range of exciting exhibitions, artefacts, and contemporary art. Adam Henson’s Cotswolds Farm Park is the perfect attraction for families. Get up close and personal with an array of farm animals including sheep, goats, and Highland cattle before embarking on a wander through the woodlands. Broadway Tower was built so that you could admire the breath-taking views over a 60-mile radius. Enjoy a leisurely walk up to this delightful Cotswold attraction and uncover the hidden bunker from the Cold War! Chastleton House lies on the edge of Moreton-in-Marsh and dates to 1607. Looked after by the National Trust, this Cotswold attraction is an immersive historic experience housing original art and furniture, as well as the Juxon Bible and Jacobite Glass. Enjoy a turn around the gardens before joining the Wilderness walk to become one with nature. Diddly Squat Farm Shop is a must do when staying at a Cotswolds cottage. The building of this attraction was the subject of the Amazon TV show, Clarkson’s Farm, which follows Jeremy Clarkson's foray into farming. Today, you can visit to get your hands on products made from farm produce and tasty food and beer! Discover more attractions in the Cotswolds! What are the best Cotswolds activities? Nestled in the heart of England, the Cotswolds is renowned for the beauty of its great outdoors! With endless walks and trails, it is unsurprising that outdoor lovers are booking these Cotswolds cottages. Embark on leisurely walks or invigorating hikes along the Cotswold Way, which meanders through the region’s undulating hills promising breath-taking views across the countryside. Heading to the charming village and town of Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold is another popular activity when staying at a Cotswolds cottage! Admire the iconic honey-coloured cottages that line the streets, as well as independent shops brimming with local culture. History is also in abundance in the Cotswolds; travel to the spa town of Cheltenham to explore Sudeley Castle and uncover Chedworth Roman villa, which dates back 2000 years! Touring museums such as the American Museum in Bath and the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum is another popular activity. Be sure to admire the stately homes woven throughout the Cotswolds; Blenheim Palace, Snowhill Manor and Chastleton House all stand majestically in the countryside. Before heading back to your Cotswolds cottage refuel at one of the Cotswolds many delightful restaurants or country pubs, which ooze tradition. Use our Cotswold Travel Guide to discover more of the Cotswolds best activities. Popular Cotswolds Cottages Book one of these wonderful Cotswolds cottages today! If you’re still looking for your perfect cottage, check out these country cottage holidays in the Cotswolds or if you’re bringing the whole family along these, large holiday homes in the Cotswolds. If you’re bringing your beloved pooch along to experience the beauty of the Cotswolds, then perhaps these dog-friendly cottages in the Cotswolds would be more suitable! For an extra special holiday, these luxury Cotswold cottages and Cotswold breaks with hot tubs could be perfect for you. Trying to get the best deal on Cotswolds holidays? Then browse these short and weekend breaks in the Cotswolds or these late deals in the Cotswolds.