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A gentleman hiding an engagement ring behind his back, with his intended in the distance
Bursting with natural beauty, we’re sure our chosen proposal destinations will capture your heart the way you have captured theirs...
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Sulgrave Manor, George Washington's ancestral home in Banbury.
So just what is it that Americans love about visiting Britain? We’ve got 6 delights that await you, but we’re sure once you’ve visited Britain, you’ll be able to come up with many more…
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The rolling hills and green fields of The Cotswolds
Whilst it’s widely known that the word ‘wold’ is from the old English ‘wald’, meaning forest or high ground – apt in that the Cotswolds are famous for gently rolling hills and ancient woodland. However, the word Cot could be from the name of an Anglo-Saxon chieftain named Cod in the 12th century who owned...
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Lords of The Manor Hotel in the snow
The cotswolds has much to offer the merry traveler, so we’ve selected our favourite five spots fir New Year to give you some inspiration.
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A London phonebox With Christmas lights strung across the street
There are so many wonderful places to visit in England, and Christmas only enhances the magic in our history and spirit.
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Arlington Row Bibury
If you’re planning to visit the Cotswolds, you may be wondering when is the best season and what you could expect for weather and experiences. Whilst our beautiful part of the English countryside is most often quiet and tranquil, there are busier times of year as more visitors come to experience the Cotswolds. There are...
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Two glasses of mulled cider, made in the Cotswolds
The UK is the largest producer of cider in Europe, and we’ve selected four of the best cideries in the Cotswolds to visit if you want to find out why it’s so good…
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Dyrham Park Estate
The Cotswolds is home to block-buster movies such as Harry Potter’s Hogwarts school, The Avengers and Pride & Prejudice, as well as epic television series such as Wolf Hall, Sanditon and Downton Abbey – If you love film and television, particularly period drama, you will fall in love with the Cotswolds.
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The Grand Bridge in the grounds of Blenheim Palace, Woodstock. The palace in the background.
When you think of English villages, you may be taken away to an unspoilt landscape of rolling hills, peppered with honey-coloured cottages, Saxon towered churches and comfortable pubs with roaring fires and sleepy dogs. And you wouldn’t be disappointed.
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