Country Houses in the Cotswolds

Country houses in the Cotswolds often exude historic charm and character, sometimes dating back centuries. These architectural gems are steeped in history, providing an authentic glimpse into the region’s past. Set amidst picturesque landscapes, country houses often have large beautiful gardens and are close to stunning views of rolling hills, meadows, and quaint villages. The tranquil surroundings create a peaceful and idyllic atmosphere, perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation. Discover our collection of country houses and cottages below – with so many beautiful properties to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect place to relax and unwind!


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Cotswold Country Cottages

The Cotswolds is a beautiful area of England known for its rolling hills, honey-colored stone villages, and historic market towns. It’s a popular destination for a relaxing and romantic getaway, and a country house is the perfect way to experience the best of what the Cotswolds has to offer.

Many of our houses and cottages have been lovingly restored and converted into luxurious accommodations where guests can enjoy modern amenities while still enjoying plenty of character. Country houses in the Cotswolds can provide a wonderful, charming backdrop for special celebrations and get-togethers. A great deal of our country houses have hot tubs and some are also pet friendly too, so you can bring your dog along for the break!

When booking a country house in the Cotswolds, there are a few things you’ll need to consider:

  • The time of year. The Cotswolds is a popular tourist destination, so prices can be higher during peak season (summer and Christmas). If you’re flexible with your dates, you can often find better deals.
  • Book early. The best country houses tend to book up quickly, so it’s important to book early, especially if you’re traveling during peak season.
  • The number of people in your party. Make sure to book a house that’s big enough for everyone. Some country houses have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, while others are more suited for couples or small families.
  • Your desired location. The Cotswolds is a large area, so there are many different places to choose from. If you have your heart set on a particular village or town, be sure to book early, as these places can get booked up quickly.
  • Your specific needs. Some country houses have features that others don’t, such as a swimming pool, hot tub, or games room. If you have any specific feature requirements, be sure to compare them when you’re booking.