The village incorporates both Cotswold stone and red brick architecture, in addition to wattle and daub half-timbered thatched structures.

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Arlingham is a village and civil parish in the Stroud District of Gloucestershire, England.

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Armscote
A delightful hamlet consisting principally of traditional stone properties on the edge of the Cotswolds near Shipston-on-Stour. 

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Berkeley
The town is noted for Berkeley Castle where Edward II was imprisoned and murdered. 

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Bibury

Bibury is a popular Cotswolds' visitor attraction that can become very busy on a sunny summer afternoon, and even attracts visitors on the coldest winter day.

 


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Birdlip

Enjoys an elevated position with fine views across the Severn Vale and City of Gloucester to the Malvern Hills.


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Bourton-on-the-Water
Probably the most popular village in the Cotswolds, and often referred to as the "Venice of the Cotswolds" because the River Windrush runs right through the centre.

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Broadway

Broadway is a beautiful village, renowned for its Cotswold stone buildings and its association with the Arts and Crafts movement, and is situated in an area of outstanding scenery and conservation. The wide High Street is lined with attractive shops and cafes, many housed in listed buildings.


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Burford
Burford, near the Oxfordshire/Gloucestershire border, is well placed for exploring the Cotswolds and is a renowned centre for the antiques trade.

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Chedworth
Attractively spread out along the valley side. Chedworth is really several communities in one. The focus is the fine Church of St Andrews, with a delightful waterspout nearby, in Chedworth Woods, a mile north of the village, is one of the best preserved Roman Villas in Britain.

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Cheltenham
The Spa town of Cheltenham has been welcoming visitors for almost three hundred years, ever since the discovery of the first natural spring led to the development of the elegant spa town.

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Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden nestles in the valley below Dover’s Hill, the home of the Cotswold Olimpick Games, founded by Robert Dover in 1612. Described by the noted historian G.M. Trevelyan as “The most beautiful village street now left in the island”.


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Once a centre of wool industry and trade, Chipping Norton retains many elegant buildings from that era and has evolved into a thriving and vibrant local economic and cultural centre, serving its own community and neighbouring villages.

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Churchill

Churchill (population c500) is located in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds 3 miles from Chipping Norton.  The village is in a conservation area and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Part of the parish is the hamlet of Sarsden which includes Sarsden House.


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Cirencester
Cirencester is an affluent and picturesque market town often known as the ‘Capital of the Cotswolds’.

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Situated in Gloucestershire and in the heart of the Cotswolds, Coberley is located four miles south from the spa town of Cheltenham and ten miles north of the Roman town of Cirencester with Gloucester city centre nine miles to the west and London a mere ninety-one miles to the east.


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Colesbourne
A small village of about 120 people straddling the A435, half way between Cheltenham and Cirencester.

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Coln St Aldwyns
The beautiful village of Coln St Aldwyns is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds in rolling countryside, 3 miles from Bibury and Fairford, and 9 miles from historic Cirencester.

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Daglingworth
A village in the Duntisbourne valley near Cirencester.

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Dursley
Dursley is a small market town nestling in a steeply sided wooded valley.

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Fairford
Fairford sits on the south east edge of the Cotswolds.

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Farmington is noted for being the home of The Cotswold Ice Cream Company.

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Frampton on Severn

Frampton on Severn lies about 10 miles south of Gloucester on the eastern side of the River Severn.The Village Green in Frampton is said to be the longest village green in England, and is about 22 acres in size.

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Gloucester
The city has a vibrant, lively atmosphere that combines a rich historic past with all the excitement and attractions of a city just full of life.

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Gotherington
A village at the foot of the Cotswold scarp which is a mix of thatched cottages, Cotswold stone and black & white timber-framed buildings.

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Kemble lies four miles from Cirencester and is the settlement closest to Thames Head, the source of the River Thames.

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King's Stanley
A village situated beneath the escarpment of Selsley Common.  The Parish comprises of the villages of King's Stanley, Middleyard and Selsley and King's Stanley is found off one end of the A419 Ebley bypass.

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Latton is a small village lying between Cirencester and Swindon just off the A419 nearby the market town of Cricklade.

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Lechlade
Lechlade is well knowns as the highest navigable point of the River Thames and provides a complete contrast with most Cotswold towns, having more in common with the towns of the Thames Valley.

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Malmesbury
Historic borough, being the oldest borough in England. Market town on the edge of the Cotswolds

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Moreton-in-Marsh
Located at the head of the beautiful Evenlode Valley (and on a direct rail link from London), Moreton in Marsh is a thriving market town, dating back 1000 years to the Saxon era.

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Nailsworth
Nailsworth is a bustling market town with a wealth of individual shops and a large selection of places to eat and drink.

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Naunton

Naunton is a charming unspoilt village, just off the main tourist trail.

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Northleach

The delightful Cotswold town of Northleach is tucked away from the busy A40, between gently rolling hills, at a crossroads of the Roman Fosse Way.

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Oxford
Famed throughout the world for its beautiful University and College buildings and 5 world class museums, (all free), Oxford is everyone's 'must visit'.

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Painswick
Painswick, often called "The Queen of the Cotswolds" is a beautiful village around three miles north of Stroud, with a distinctive Churchyard and a beautiful Rococo Garden.

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The ancient hamlet of Pitchcombe nestles in the Painswick valley betwixt Stroud and Painswick in the beautiful scenic Cotswolds. The parish straddles the Wick stream where once the numerous woollen mills sourced its energy supplies to process wool.

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Rendcomb
Rendcomb is a village in the Cotswold local authority area of the English county of Gloucestershire. It is about five miles north of Cirencester.

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Snowshill
Snowshill, Gloucestershire is known for its exceptional unspoilt beauty and for the views over the Severn Vale to the west.

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The biggest village in Gloucestershire with a population not far short of 3,500. It was founded in 999 by Saxon settlers, with a charter by King Aethelred II.

 

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Stow-on-the-Wold
The Roman Fosse Way from Cirencester to Leicester passes through Stow-on-the-Wold, although the town is mostly off to one side, reflecting its establishment as another of the planned market towns for which the Cotswolds is renowned.

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Stratford-upon-Avon
Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, steeped in culture and history. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon.

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Stroud
Brimming with independent shops, cafés and galleries and home to one of the best Farmers Markets in the country, bohemian Stroud has been described by Jasper Conran as ‘the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds’.

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Tetbury

Situated in the 'Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Tetbury is one of the most beautiful Cotswold towns with its elegant buildings creating a real sense of timeless beauty — a thriving market town built around its outstanding seventeenth century Market Hall. itt is also a major centre for antiques. 

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Tewkesbury
Tewkesbury lies at the heart of the Severn Vale, where the River Severn meets the Avon.

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The Slaughters - Upper & Lower Slaughter
Two picturesque villages situated on the tiny River Eye.

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Twyning
Twyning is tucked away just inside Gloucestershire to the north of Tewkesbury.

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Winchcombe
Winchcombe is an attractive market town with a long history serving the countryside around.

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Witcombe

A small village situated in a wide valley (wit combe) on the slopes of Birdlip Hill at the edge of the Cotswold escarpment. It lies within Great Witcombe Park Estate and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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