If you’re looking for a quirky escape, look no further than the beautiful Cotswolds.  As well as stunning, luxury hotels, we’re full to bursting with wonderfully unusual places to stay – guaranteeing you an unforgettable experience.


Character Cottages
Character Cottages have a whole host of unusual places to stay that are guaranteed to wow you and your guests.  Whether it’s a grand hall entertainment space like no other – filled with modern art and unusual furniture like a hammock and Bedouin tent, or an artisan hall owned by unorthodox Turner prize-winning artist Damien Hirst, Character have it all.  You could even stay in a rare thatched cottage enjoying private tennis courts, summer house, manor grounds and fishing! 
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Mill Hay
A magnificent country house boasting Queen Anne living, classic grandeur and rich furnishings make Mill Hay the ideal private Cotswold retreat.  Receive a warm welcome of tea and cake in front of the roaring fire before strolling through the rose garden and around the millpond.   There are three luxurious guests rooms all with their own personality and gourmet breakfasts to start your day.  The outside world seems a million miles away.   With the iconic Broadway Tower and the Cotswold Way nearby, Mill Hay really is the ultimate hideaway from which to explore the Cotswolds. 
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The Lygon Arms
If you’re looking for a little more than just luxury, look no further than The Lygon Arms in Broadway.  With roots dating back to the 14th century, you can sleep in the room where King Charles stayed before battle during the English Civil War in 1649.   With a magnificent four poster bed, original paintings and a spacious lounge furnished with a Coat of Arms that sits above the traditional fireplace, this suite offers delightful views of the charming Broadway High Street - making it fit for royalty or couples looking for an unforgettable hotel experience. 
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Daylesford Cottages
Why not get creative with a break with a difference at The Daylesford Cottages?  There are lots of opportunities to spend quality time with friends and family, discovering a new hobby such as spoon carving or floristry with one of the creative masterclasses on offer.  You can even enhance your wellbeing with a mindfulness class of botanical drawing.  Each cottage comes with a relaxing one-hour treatment for each guest in the Bamford Haybarn Spa and you’re only a few steps from the award-winning farmshop, filled with an abundance of organic ingredients to prepare back in your cottage. 
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The Gatehouse at Sudeley Castle
For a holiday with a difference, why not stay in a beautiful Cotswold cottage within the grounds of the Sudeley Castle estate? There are 16 charming properties to choose from, nestled among the hills of the Cotswold countryside, just a few minutes’ walk from the picturesque town of Winchcombe.  Each cottage has its own individual charm, from the magnificence of the Castle Gatehouse, to the quaint beauty of the newly refurbished 18th century Almsbury Farmhouse. Sudeley Castle Cottages are the ideal choice for a walking or touring holiday, or simply as an escape into the Cotswold countryside.
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StayCotswolds - the Old Brewery House
Thomas Arkell bought a 13th-century watermill in idyllic countryside in 1827 and Richard Arkell began brewing on the site in 1865.  The Donnington Brewery still produces its beers by much the same recipe with spring water drawn from the spring beside the mill pond used along with barley, malt and hops.  Today, the mill wheel is still used to drive pumps and machinery to brew the beer the same way.  StayCotswolds' The Old Brewery House is like a secret hideaway, yet within minutes of some of the Cotswolds most delightful towns and attractions lending itself perfectly for staying in the Cotswolds.  
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Log House Holidays

A holiday in the Cotswold Water Park will make you feel like you’ve been transported to a far off log cabin on the edge of a Scandinavian lake.  The 8 totally secluded luxury retreats at Log House Holidays each come with their own steaming Finnish hot tub, rowing boat, private beach and outdoor fire pit.  Each cabin comes from Finland and offers a completely eco-friendly experience with a ground source heat pump to heat the hot tub and cabin and almost all electricity coming from the on-site solar tracking system.   It’s the perfect spot to escape for a short break.  
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Mulberry Cottages
Mulberry Cottages have plenty to offer in the Cotswolds to give you a memorable and exciting stay. If quirky is what you're after, they have an array of abodes that are sure to tickle your fancy, from a Safari Tent - spectacular for star-gazing, a converted chapel with an intriguing history, to a superbly stunning shepherd's hut full of rural charm.  Break away from the ordinary on your next Cotswolds staycation and embrace magical memories waiting to be made with Mulberry Cottages.
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Woodchester Valley Vineyard

Whether it’s the stunning view over the Stroud Valley or the English wine tasting that tickles your fancy, a vineyard stay at Woodchester Valley promises to delight guests looking for a unique stay.  The three beautifully appointed guest suites are idyllically situated just one hundred metres from the tasting room, where you can enjoy a fantastic tour & tasting experience, including a guided tour of the vineyard and winery.  Overlooking the vines, each suite boasts its own private terrace and balcony, a large living room downstairs with TV, underfloor heating and wine fridge, and an airy bedroom with fabulous views upstairs.   
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