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Another perfect night in the Cotswolds 
(Guiting Power - photo by The Picture Taker)
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Your guide to discovering the Cotswolds

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  1. Celebrate the best in the Cotswolds - nominations now open for the Cotswolds Awards 2019

    We're celebrating the best of the Cotswolds, so if you want to praise a hotel where you enjoyed a wonderful stay, an attraction that really wowed you or a restaurant whose food just blew you away - or anything else that made your visit to the Cotswolds unforgettable - then now’s your chance.

    2 Oct 2019
  2. It’s the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness – and there’s nowhere better to soak up the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn than the beautiful Cotswolds countryside.

    It’s the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness – and there’s nowhere better to soak up the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn than the beautiful Cotswolds countryside.  From chilly walks through our glorious woodland and arboreta to cosying up with a hot drink (or something cheeky!) enjoying fabulous Cotswolds food and drink, you’ll be spoilt for choice of ways to spend this magical time of year.  

    5 Sep 2019
  3. Slumping in the Cotswolds

    If you thought the Cotswolds was all stunning hotels with sumptuously comfy bedrooms and fantastic local food in amazing locations then it might be time to think again.  Yes – we have all of that – but if you’re looking for somewhere a little quirky to call home for a night or two, you’ll be spoilt for choice.  So sit back, relax and enjoy a holiday with a difference in the Cotswolds…..

    27 Apr 2018
  4. Can't bear to be parted from your pet pooch - no problem the Cotswolds has plenty to offer our four legged friends...

    If you just can’t bear to be parted from your pet pooch, you’ll be relieved to hear the Cotswolds offers a whole host of places to stay and things to do for both two and four-legged visitors!  In fact dare we say you’d be barking mad not to book your next holiday here?!

    4 Dec 2017
  5. Laurie Lee Wildlife Walk trail in the Slad Valley

    Planning a literary getaway? The Cotswolds has inspired many of our great writers and poets over the centuries. Here’s just a few of the literary connections you can explore on your next visit.

    20 Dec 2017

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