Blog (October 2021) - Cotswolds

10 Great Tastes of the Cotswolds

Great Tastes of the Cotswolds

The Cotswold countryside is not only spectacular to look at, but supports and inspires some of the best producers in the land: from vines and organic vegetables that grow directly from Cotswold soil to whisky made from locally grown barley. The Cotswolds also nurtures brilliant bakers, ice cream makers and curers of meat. Here are ten producers we thought you ought to know a little more about.

Discover Cirencester this Winter

Discover Cirencester this winter

Winter is a magical time of year here in the Cotswolds, so why not visit the beautiful market town of Cirencester, the 'Capital of the Cotswolds'. There is plenty to explore and discover: a rich history going right back to Roman times, a wonderful arts centre, two theatres, parks and grounds, outdoor markets, fabulous independent shops, great places to eat & drink and to stay in.

The Town Hall & Buttercross in Witney

Discover Witney - a wonderful Cotswold surprise

Discover a hidden Cotswold gem and head to historic Witney for an unforgettable getaway. Tucked away on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, Witney is rich in history, packed with independent cafes, restaurants and shops and has a charming, bustling, market town atmosphere.

Tree on a hill in front of rolling countryside