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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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 Things to Do in Chipping Norton, Cotswolds

What to do in Chipping Norton Chipping Norton, nestled in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds, offers visitors a delightful blend of charming countryside vistas, cultural attractions, and culinary delights. Whether you’re seeking relaxation or adventure, Chipping Norton has something for everyone. Here are ten must-visit places and activities to make the most of your […]

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Things To Do This Christmas in the Cotswolds

What To Do This Christmas in the Cotswolds We can’t wait for the festive season in the Cotswolds 2023. We know that snuggling up around the wood burner is tempting but there are many great events happening in the run-up to Christmas. The Christmas Market at Blenheim Palace 17 November – 17 December A magical […]

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10 Things to do in Broadway

10 Things to do in Broadway Often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’, Broadway is ideally situated to explore the breathtaking countryside of the northern Cotswolds, and here are our top 10 things to do in the area: 1. Broadway Tower Where else can our Top 10 start other than at Broadway Tower […]

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Best spas in The Cotswolds

For some the term ‘spa’ conjures up images of toga-clad Romans luxuriating in thermal pools within pillared courtyards. And so it was centuries ago in Bath. But 21st century tourists are now free to enjoy a thoroughly modern experience at Thermae Bath Spa. Here you can bask in the same mineral-rich, thermal waters but in […]

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Family Days Out in The Cotswolds

Given that the area covers approximately 800 square miles of breath-taking rural landscape, you’ll find a vast range of outdoor pursuits and numerous ways to enjoy the natural environment, as well as museums, educational activities, and more – here are our top ideas for family days out in the Cotswolds! A Cotswold Day Out for […]

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Cotswold Festivals this August bank holiday weekend

Cotswold Festivals The 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, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, Sigala, Nile […]

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What is the Cotswolds known for?

The term ‘Chocolate Box’ conjures up a variety of images of quintessentially English villages, any number of which could very realistically be set in The Cotswolds. And there are several reasons why the region, with its gentle hilly landscape and warm limestone architecture, has earned its reputation as one of the most picturesque areas in […]

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What to do in the Cotswolds

With an area spanning just over 800 square miles, you won’t be stuck wondering what to do in the Cotswolds. Here’s a taster of what’s on in the Cotswolds this Spring / Summer season. April/June From May through to September the stunning open-air Amphitheatre at Berrybank Park will stage a selection of theatre, concerts, comedy […]

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Things To Do at Easter in the Cotswolds

An Eggellent 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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10 Things to do in Faringdon

What To Do In Faringdon The historic market town of Faringdon is situated in the Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire which borders the Cotswolds along the South Easterly edge. Here are our top 10 fun things to do near Faringdon. 1. Lord Berners Signs Take a walk around town and look out for the curious […]

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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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Walking tours in the Cotswolds

Walking Holidays in the Cotswolds Sean Callery is a Blue Badge tourist guide and specialises in town tours across the Cotswolds. Here is a taste of what you’ll discover on the Offbeat Cotswolds tour of Broadway! If you’re interested in a Cotswold walking holiday, see below for contact details. Broadway Stars The beautiful Cotswolds village […]

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