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Our Cotswolds Guide includes… places to stay, things to do, walks and how to get to the Cotswolds
It is impossible to visit the Cotswolds without falling in love with the English countryside. Here, you can explore honey-coloured stone buildings, thatched-roofed Cotswold cottages, and charming market towns.
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In the Cotswolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stunning scenery is always on hand to accompany a day of discovery.
Cotswold towns and villages are known for their picturesque streets, lined with quaint boutiques, fine dining establishments, gastropubs, tea rooms, and more. There are giraffes, rhinos, and many other animals to see at the Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens. The Cotswold Way voted the best-marked trail in England, is ideal for those who want to get out into nature and explore on foot.
Bourton-on-the- water is sometimes referred to as the “Venice of the Cotswolds” because of its numerous bridges. Browse the impressive architecture in Oxford and Cheltenham, as well as the world-class dining options in Bath.
In the Cotswolds, don’t miss Hidcote Manor Garden, Gloucester Cathedral, Tewkesbury Abbey, Sudeley Castle, or Cheltenham Racecourse. Families can enjoy a day out exploring the many Cotswolds attractions and absorbing local history.
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