Cotswold Towns & Villages

Here is a brief introduction to some of the areas, towns and villages within the Cotswolds. 

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Burford is a historic town often referred to as the 'Gateway to the Cotswolds'. With a bustling high street where you will find good pubs, cafes and independent shops selling local produce, it is well worth a visit. Situated just off Burford High Street and within walking distance to all the town's amenities you will find The Brewery, a luxurious 4 bedroom property with has been finished to an impeccable standard.

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Cirencester StreetCirencester

The capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a lovely market town that has its roots in Roman history and the wool trade. The Old Farm is a traditional Cotswold stone house located in the picturesque village of Ampney Crucis, 3 miles from Cirencester.

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StayCotswold properties in Lechlade & FairfordLechlade

Lechlade is the highest navigable point of the River Thames. It is a small market town, focused heavily on leisure traffic on the River. Fairford was an important coaching town on the old London to Gloucester Route. St Mary's Church Fairford is a fine example of a Wool Church, celebrating the wool trade so prevalent in the Cotswolds. Situated between Lechlade and Fairford, Fairfield Cottage is a pretty Cotswold home, located in the beautiful village of Quenington, a favourite with walkers exploring the Coln Valley!

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StayCotswold properties in and around Stow-on-the-WoldStow-on-the-Wold

Once an important market town, evident by its vast market square, this quintessential town is known for its many antique shops, art galleries and gift shops. There are some lovely tea rooms and cosy pubs too. We have two fantastic properties located in a private valley only a mile away – Waterhead Barn and Old Brewery House.

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Oxford RooftopsOxfordshire

The Oxfordshire Cotswolds incorporate many lovely towns and villages as well as the busy city of Oxford. There are so many great places to visit and attractions to enjoy. If you want to explore this quadrant of the Cotswolds but still want space to relax in peace, Chimney Farm Barns offers a complete escape from everything, but just 30 minutes from Oxford.   

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Little BarringtonThe Barringtons

The Barringtons are situated in a peaceful location in the Windrush valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just a short drive from Buford. Little Barrington with it’s meandering stream and pretty cottages was described by The Telegraph’s property section as “Village England in perfect miniature”. Moonlight Barn is located on the south of the green and benefits from stunning views over the village and surrounding countryside.

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Moreton-in-Marsh is a market town in the North Cotswolds dating back to the thirteenth century with a high street lined with independent shops and cafes, and a direct link to London by train. There is still a busy market on Tuesdays, the largest in the Cotswolds. The annual Moreton show in September is a showcase of faming life past and present. 

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Lower SlaughterThe Slaughters

The charming villages of Lower and Upper Slaughter are linked by the River Eye and the short walk between the villages is popular with visitors. Known for their unspoilt limestone cottages it is no wonder Lower Slaughter was voted the most romantic street in Britain. Fancy staying in the gorgeous village of Upper Slaughter, how about The Vineyards, a unique home with a large garden.

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