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Cotswolds Cottages

The choice is all yours when escaping to the Cotswolds; cottages here will really sweep you off your feet. After all, what could be better than sinking into a bubbling hot tub while overlooking emerald rolling hills, or getting snug by a toasty open fire following a busy day at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens? Our answer? Nothing! You’ll get to experience a balanced mix of relaxation and adventure during your time here, which is exactly what you want from a staycation, right? No matter what kind of retreat you’re after, you’ll find the perfect property for you when planning an escape to this charming area.

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Relish Cosy Cottage Stays

Staying in this type of accommodation truly sets you up for a fab getaway. Bed down in a modernistic, lakeside property in Cirencester, where you can savour a breakfast with a view. Or, if you’re a sucker for conventional country living, you’ll love residing in an authentic barn. Equipped with both a dazzling courtyard and a spacious garden, you’ll have plenty of room for some serious sunshine frolicking.


Roam Through Lavish Landscapes

The Cotswolds were labelled as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) back in 1966, and when you visit you’ll soon see why. You can explore blissful valleys, extensive woodland and captivating country parks, which is why you need a good kip in your home-away-from-home to prepare for a day of trekking. This spot is the key reason why curious, avid hikers and keen nature lovers flock here each year, and we don’t blame them! Walk the Cotswold Way and uncover over 100 miles of countryside at this National Trail. Or, head to the Vale of Evesham and follow the beautiful Blossom Trail in the spring.


Delve Deep into the Past

Don’t worry, you’ll have plenty to see and do during your holiday; you can introduce yourself to a world of fascinating history by traversing this area’s vibrant villages. Discover everything from the impressive sculptures and artwork at the Victoria Art Gallery to the former sawmill of Blenheim Estate. All you historians out there will be bursting with excitement throughout your travels, since there are so many different sites to revel in. Start off by exploring the exhibitions, gorgeous gardens and rich interiors of Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. Then, venture to the one-of-a-kind Model Village in Bourton-on-the-Water.


Foodie Heaven

Fancy having a bit of afternoon tea with your best pals? Well, look no further; the Cotswolds has countless eateries which are sure to cure your clotted-cream cravings. You can dine at a number of quirky cafes or traditional tea rooms, where you’ll thoroughly enjoy this delicious dining experience. If you really want to indulge, you can even add a glass of fizz to your bill! Don’t forget to check out the tasty treats on offer at the likes of Broadway Deli. Order from the mouth-watering all-day brunch menu at the cafe on-site, before filling your basket with fresh fruit and local chutneys to take back with you.