Cotswold Festivals this August bank holiday weekend

Cotswold Festivals The Big Feastival Alex James’ Farm, the Cotswolds. If you have never heard of it, you’re in for a serious treat. A glamorous (and gastronomic) Glastonbury! This Cotswold festival is an eclectic mix of non-stop amazing artists, celebrity chefs and fun activities for all the family. This year, Becky Hill, Ministry of Sound […]

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Relaxing Cotswold Weekend Breaks With A Hot Tub

Renowned for its rolling hills, charming villages, and quintessential English beauty, this area of outstanding natural beauty is the perfect destination for a rejuvenating retreat and beautifully relaxing Cotswold weekend breaks. Here’s how to plan your idyllic getaway, complete with tips on what to do, where to eat, and what to pack. Quick Guide To […]

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Where to Stay During the Royal International Air Tattoo

Held each year at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire, The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is one of the biggest international airshows in the UK. Spread over three days, in 2024 it will take place between the 19 and the 21 July. The three day event has been running for over 50 years and raises funds for […]

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Our Top Tips for Cotswold Breaks

This guide will help you navigate the essentials of organising perfect Cotswold breaks with friends and family, from selecting the perfect holiday cottage to scheduling activities that delight every member of your party. Choosing the Right Holiday Cottage When it comes to Cotswolds breaks, selecting the right type and size of holiday cottage is crucial. […]

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Things To Do at Easter in the Cotswolds

An Eggcellent Easter in the Cotswolds Warmer days are almost upon us and we’re counting down the days till the Easter holidays. Experience all the wonders of Springtime that the Cotswolds has to offer – lambing, daffodils and plenty of Easter egg hunts! We’ve rounded up some of our top Easter activities for you to […]

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Top Ten Reasons to Visit The Cotswolds

As you can imagine, we LOVE the Cotswolds, so we’ve pulled together some of our favourite reasons to visit The Cotswolds Our 10 reasons why we think you should visit… #1 Explore the picture postcard villages The Cotswolds are famous for some of the most picturesque villages that you will find! Such as Burford, Bourton-on-the-Water, […]

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve in The Cotswolds

5 Reasons to Book a Cottage in the Cotswolds for New Years Eve The Cotswolds, in the absolute heart of England, is a wonderful scenic destination that attracts people from around the world. And, when it comes to ringing in the New Year, this picturesque region offers a truly unforgettable experience.  Here are five great […]

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Firework Displays in the Cotswolds 2023

Bonfire Night in the Cotswolds We can all picture it now; the excited little ones holding their sparklers, the teenagers wanting louder, more explosive fireworks and the adults enjoying a hot chocolate or maybe something a bit stronger! Bonfire night is always a great time for a get together and here in the Cotswolds, we […]

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10% off tickets for Berrybank Park

10% off tickets for Berrybank Park With its views of a glorious Evenlode Valley with an expanse of sky rising over the distant treeline, it’s a beautiful and inspiring place. The Amphitheatre has been sculpted in harmony with the surrounding landscape, offering 500 grassed seats and sweeping views.  The stage itself is similarly impressive, with […]

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Mechanical Art and Design Museum in Stratford-Upon-Avon

Visit the MAD Museum in Stratford-Upon-Avon Now in it’s 11th year and firmly established as the country’s main hub for mechanical art, this one-of-a-kind museum features a huge range of moving, interactive art and automata that are both fascinating and mesmerizing. MAD is located in the heart of Stratford-Upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The […]

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February half term fun in the Cotswolds. Top 10 attractions

February half term fun in the Cotswolds – Our Top 10 attractions All children need to be entertained so knowing what and where the kid friendly attractions are when you’re on holiday is always useful! Fortunately, the Cotswolds has lots to offer people of all ages, in February half term. From car collections, through to […]

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A Day Out at Blenheim Palace

A Day Out at Blenheim Palace Come rain or shine, Blenheim Palace is breath-takingly beautiful and a must-see destination in the Cotswolds. Built in 1705, Blenheim Palace has over 300 years of history to explore and as the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, no history lovers will be left disappointed! Although don’t misunderstand, Blenheim has […]

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