Your guide to discovering the Cotswolds

Experiences

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  1. Romantic Winter Breaks

    Whether you’re looking for a luxury spa break, a log cabin with your own hot tub, a wellbeing retreat, a gastronomic getaway, or a cosy cottage offering home away from home, you will find your perfect romantic winter stay in the Cotswolds.

  2. Family looking in the window of Sam Wilson in Chipping Campden
    Chipping Campden is one of the prettiest Cotswold towns with wonderful independent shops, great restaurants and some superb places to stay
  3. #DogFriendlyCotswolds - two dogs looking over a wall in Burford (photo Derek Cotterill)
    The Cotswolds extends a very warm welcome to visitors and their four legged friends. With nearly 800 square miles of glorious countryside to explore, we know your dogs will have as much fun here as you will.
  4. The Town Hall & Buttercross in Witney
    One of the larger Cotswold towns, Witney has a charming, bustling atmosphere with its unique blend of shops and cafes and twice weekly market. Yet there are lots of green spaces to enjoy including the wide open Church Green right in the town centre and just a short walk from the town centre the tranquil water meadows.
  5. Discover beautiful Winchcombe - Walking Capital of the Cotswolds
    Famous as a centre for walkers, Winchcombe has a wonderful timeless quality about it, with Cotswold stone cottages standing side by side with distinctive black and white half-timbered buildings.
  6. Bed & Breakfasts in the Cotswolds
    Stay in a beautiful bed and breakfast or guest house offering a warm welcome and a hearty breakfast.
  7. Tetbury Tourist Information and Visitor Guide
    Tetbury is a Cotswold town of great architectural interest and is well placed as a base for touring the Cotswolds.
  8. Spotlight on Woodstock
    Discover the fascinating town of Woodstock - a medieval ‘new town’ with fine Georgian facades disguising far older buildings that house all manner of fascinating hotels and cafes, shops and galleries.
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St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)