Interactive Cotswolds Map
If you’re looking for somewhere with a surprise round every corner then look no further than the beautiful Cotswolds.
The Cotswolds are renowned for quintessentially English market towns from larger towns like Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud, Witney and Tewkesbury to smaller towns like Burford, Chipping Campden, Stow on the Wold, Woodstock and Winchombe and villages like Bibury and the Slaughters. Towns and villages of honey-coloured stone surrounded by gently rolling hills and the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England making them a perfect base for keen walkers and cyclists.
But we also have a whole host of award-winning hotels, pubs and cottages as well as world-class food and drink of the finest Cotswold pedigree. Escape the high street and lose yourself in village lanes full to bursting with quirky and independent shops, restaurants and farmers markets or soak up the amazing atmosphere of one of our many festivals and events.
You’ll find some of the worlds’ most famous – and beautiful gardens in the Cotswolds, as well as wildlife parks, castles and stately homes and some of the finest historic buildings and churches in the country. Don’t be put off by our lack of coastline either! We have 40 square miles of lakes in the Cotswold Water Park and numerous gently winding streams, canals and waterways criss-crossing the picturesque towns and villages.
The Cotswolds cover over 800 square miles, cross six English counties and stretch from just south of historic Stratford-upon-Avon to Bath in the south and Oxford in the east. During the Middle Ages the area became prosperous from the lucrative wool trade which is why you’ll find so many beautiful churches and manor houses. Hardly surprising then so many Cotswold locations have featured in tv programmes and films – most recently Poldark, Downton Abbey and the Harry Potter films.
With thousands of miles of footpaths and bridleways, dog friendly attractions and places to stay, stunning views, charming villages and year round events and places to visit, isn’t it time you put the Cotswolds at the top of you ‘must-see’ places to visit?
To help you find you way around the Cotswolds, please see the map below. The map below will help you to find out exactly where things are in relation to where you plan to stay and the local attractions.
If you need a more detailed map of the Cotswolds, these are available from a local Tourist Information Centre.
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Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the UK. With easy road access, it is ideal for a full vacation or short break, the ideal base for your accommodation for a touring holiday.
The perfect base for exploring the rolling hills and picturesque villages of the Cotswolds. Located in the Roman market town of Cirencester, with Bath, Cheltenham, and Oxford within easy reach.
PricePrices £45.00 to £80.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Bruern Cottages offers luxury Cotswold holiday rentals, welcoming guests for a single night stay or for eight weeks, both during the week and at the weekend.
PricePrices £630.00 to £7,917.00 Per unit per week
Get the best view in the Cotswolds from behind the wheel of a classic car. Adding a classic car to your Cotswolds break couldn’t be easier.
Visit the Gift Shop for something unique to take home!
If you've seen something you love in the Arboretum, chances are you'll find it - or something similar - in the Garden Centre at Batsford, so don't forget to stop by during your visit.
Located on the outskirts of the Regency town of Cheltenham, The Greenway is a 16th century luxury Elizabethan manor house hotel and spa. The 21 bedroom hotel, with its warm Cotswold stone exterior is the picture of English country charm and lies in e
PricePrices £130.00 to £465.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Ellenborough Park is a majestic country house situated adjacent to the famous Cheltenham racecourse in the village of Southam, just outside Cheltenham, England.
PricePrices £240.00 to £850.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Dormy House is one of the Cotswold’s best loved luxury hotels. We’re comfortable and stylish – like home, but better.
PricePrices £180.00 to £470.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Planning on visiting the amazing Cotswolds Wildlife Park & Gardens?...If so, click here to get the latest information direct from the official Cotswolds tourism site!
Planning on visiting the amazing Cheltenham Racecourse?...If so, click here to get the latest information direct from the official Cotswolds tourism site!
Bourton On The Water
Character Cottages focus specifically on fabulous, luxury country homes and cottages, in beautiful towns throughout the Cotswolds. With over 100 fantastic places to choose from, we are sure you will find something perfect for you!
Moreton In Marsh
Beautiful Batsford – a wild garden for all seasons. 56 acres of breathtaking woodland garden, Batsford is a world of trees and so much more. Visit our award-winning visitor centre Gift & Garden Shop, Plant Centre & Garden Terrace Café.
PricePrices £3.50 to £19.95 Per Ticket
Guiting Power, Cheltenham
Adam’s Kitchen and the Farm Park shop are both open to the public. We serve a wide range of coffees, teas and other infusions, all of which are delicious with our homemade cakes and biscuits that will melt in your mouth.
Established in 1971 as the home of rare breed conservation, Cotswold Farm Park offers a fun-filled day out. Children can interact closely with the animals in the Touch Barn and there’s also a wildlife walk, adventure playground and farm safari.
Manor Cottages is self-catering holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. With nearly 300 Cotswolds cottages, we have the widest selection of personally inspected, self-catering holiday homes in the Cotswolds, Bath and Wye Valley.
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A newly refurbished hostel 1/2 mile from the world famous WWT Slimbridge Wetlands Centre
PricePrices £20.00 Per person per night to £85.00 Per room (room only)
The GWR is a mainly volunteer-run steam and diesel heritage railway in the English Cotswolds.
The picturesque village of Broad Campden is set in rolling countryside and dissected by streams. The cottages that line the High Street are built of golden Cotswold stone, thatched cottages abound, lining the quiet, twisting lanes.
You might call us a country hotel; you might call us a village-style retreat; you might even call us the gateway to a world of outdoor adventure. Whichever; we call it The Fish – and we think you’re going to like it.