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A group of American tourists enjoying the natural beauty of the ford at Upper Slaughter, in the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds is renowned for its wealth of picturesque villages, each with its own unique character and architectural splendour. Visitors are captivated by the quintessential English charm...
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If you prefer to get closer to the local traditions, ask us about Ramsden Summer Fete, Chipping Campden Open Gardens and Charlbury’s ‘Fringe Festival’.
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Donnington brewery tour
The tours here will teach you about the history of the brewery, the methods of brewing and include plenty of opportunities to sample the beer and cider...
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Cortswold spring lambs, gathered around a tree stump in a field.
The Cotswolds are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), meaning they have been designated as an area for sensitive management to protect, conserve and enhance the land and it’s villages. Of course then, you must take in the best The Cotswolds has to offer in spring as they begin to awaken.
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A collage of images including luxury hotels, cars and afternoon teas in the Cotswolds
Enjoy visits to Lacock Abbey and Castle Combe along the way, but please be warned, there is no actual castle here, just the stunning abbey where Downton Abbey and Harry Potter were filmed, which you can stop at, to take in the tour!
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Sheep in a frosty field in the Cotswolds in winter
We have our favourite tours such as The Cotswolds Distillery and Dunkertons, but we know them all! Tell us your tastes and we’ll find a tour to match.
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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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