Our award-winning Cotswold accommodation is sure to impress you. It's wonderfully varied - making the only problem choosing where to stay!
With hundreds of Cotswolds towns, villages and smaller settlements there is plenty of choice in accommodation style and location. Our Travel Guide
section includes a list of Cotswolds places ordered village by village. Use our 'Stay' search on the right to find the perfect Cotswolds accommodation for you.
Eco Chic Cottages are the 2015 winners of The Cotswold Tourism Awards Self Catering Holiday Provider of the year. Our cottages - The Chestnuts (three double bedrooms) and Culls Cottage (four double bedrooms), sit in two unspoilt, charming, rural villages. Close to historic Burford and Lechlade on Thames, they are ideal bases to explore the highlights of the Cotswolds. Our traditional stone cottages (Culls was built in 1670) have been restored to preserve the traditional and lavished with contemporary luxuries to bring them bang up to date. Stone floors, oak beams and inglenook fireplaces exude old world charm, whilst stylish furnishings, original art and modern conveniences make them relaxing places to be. Kitchens are equipped for the keenest chef with Global knives and espresso machine. Enjoy the iPod dock and free wifi.
Lords of the Manor is the Good Hotel Guide’s Country House of the Year 2015. Four red stars, three AA-rosettes, and a Michelin star. What more can you say about a luxury country house hotel set in eight acres of manicured gardens, perfectly located in the idyllic north Cotswolds? This is a place to relax. To do as much, or as little, as you like. To live the good life. And dine like a lord. The reception rooms of this former rectory have been tastefully preserved with a sense of style and character. It’s the sort of place where there’s even a pair of wellies at the door, in case you want to explore the village of Upper Slaughter and its surrounding countryside. During the summer months, meanwhile, the French windows are thrown open providing exquisite views to the acclaimed gardens and lawns… a perfect setting for afternoon tea.
Accommodation in the Cotswolds is given a special charm by the local Cotswold honey-colour limestone. Buildings from the 16th and 17th century (or even earlier) have become Cotswold hotels, Cotswold holiday cottages, pubs and inns or Cotswold Bed and Breakfast businesses, including some excellent farm stay accommodation.
A tip that we have picked up from some of our Japanese visitors is to mix and match - stay one night in a hotel in the Cotswolds and then try a Cotswold farm stay or bed and breakfast. It keeps costs down and yet each is an experience in its own right.
Cotswold Hotels - The Cotswolds area is home to a great range of hotels - from budget hotels to beautiful boutique hotels, there's something for you. Many have some of the most breathtaking scenery you'll ever see over breakfast and all the accommodation featured on our website is inspected, so you can be assured of good quality while staying in the Cotswolds.
Cotswold Bed & Breakfast & Guesthouses - There are some wonderful B&Bs in the Cotswolds. Our bed and breakfast owners have been keeping Cotswolds tourists happy for years - they really know what they're doing and so can give you all the local information you need. Cotswolds B&Bs can range from just one room to several, and from being in the middle of a town to the very rural outskirts, so there really is a great selection to choose from.
Cotswold Self-Catering Accommodation - Self-catering accommodation in the Cotswolds is a great experience. There are some stunning options, from a suite used by Johnny Depp whilst filming in the area, to picture perfect holiday cottages. Our great local food culture adds a new dimension to self-catering and somehow there always seems to be a perfect pub near your Cotswold accommodation. Why not try Cotswolds Holiday Cottages and Cotswolds Self Catering Holiday Accommodation with Manor Cottages
Cotswold Camping - Cotswold Camping is a good option - the Cotswolds hills have a network of campsites with some great locations that include the Cotswold Farm Park. All very suitable for the trend of glamping (glamorous camping)...