Places To Visit

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is home to the 11th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Set in 2100 acres of beautiful parkland landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown, the magnificent Palace is surrounded ...

Bourton-on-the-Water

Bourton-on-the-Water is only 4 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and straddles the River Windrush with its series of elegant low bridges beside neat tree-shaded greens and tidy stone banks. Standing back from the river are traditional ...

Broadway

The Cotswolds village of Broadway in the English county of Worcestershire is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’ and the ‘Show Village of England’ due to its sheer beauty and magnificence. The ...

Cheltenham

Cheltenham, situated at the foot of Cleeve Hill (the Cotswolds’ highest point) was once Britain’s most popular spa resort, enjoying the patronage of wealthy visitors in the 18th and 19th centuries. Its legacy is a ...

Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden is one of the loveliest small towns in the Cotswolds and a gilded masterpiece of limestone and craftmanship. The main street curves in a shallow arc lined with a succession of ancient houses, each adjoined to the ...

Cirencester

Cirencester, now known as the ‘The Capital of the Cotswolds’ was the second largest town in Britain during Roman times. ‘Corinium’, as it was then known, was mentioned by Greek writer Ptolemy in his 150AD ...

Cotswold Farm Park

Cotswold Farm Park

Cotswold Farm Park was founded in 1971 and is now run by Adam Henson of BBC1’s Countryfile programme. Adams father Joe Henson founded the Park in 1971 to help protect some of their rare breeds of farm animal. Together with ...

Cotswold Water Park

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At 40 square miles, the Cotswold Water Park is approximately the same size as the Island of Jersey.  It lies to the south of Cirencester in the Upper Thames Valley, and contains rich sand and gravel deposits. These have been ...

Cotswold Wildlife Park

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Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens surrounding a listed Victorian Manor House. Open to the public since 1970, the Park offers and fun and educational encounter with a fascinating and varied ...

Moreton-in-the-Marsh

Moreton-in-the-Marsh is one of the principal market towns of the northern Cotswolds. It is situated on the Fosse Way and is now served by the main line railway from London Paddington. It grew up in the 13th century as a market ...

The Slaughters

The name of the village of Lower Slaughter originates from the Old English name – ‘slough’ or ‘slothre’ – for wet land or ‘muddy place’. This quaint village sits beside the little ...

Winchcombe

Winchcombe

The ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe is situated in a beautiful Cotswold valley mid way between Broadway and Cheltenham. The name Winchcombe means ‘valley (combe) with a bend (winch)’, and today the town still retains ...