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Historic Houses

Historic Houses

Within the area of the Cotswolds there are so many historic houses to visit, to help you work out which you should not miss we have made a list to review.

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Family days out

Family days out

Cotswolds is a highly popular destination drawing thousands of tourists every year. There are a vast amount of interesting towns and attractions for adults – but what about children? What is there for the kids to do?

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Pubs

Pubs

A pub lunch offers a welcome break after a busy morning exploring the sites of the Cotswolds. There are many old pubs in historic buildings through the area serving good quality food and great beer.

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Shopping

Shopping

You will find every type of shop you would want in the Cotswolds, ranging from the many antique shops which can be found in at Stow-on-the-Wold to contemporary craft shops which can be found in Cirencester. If shopping for clothes is you

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Planning your Costwold holiday.

 

Welcome to cotswoldholiday a site designed to help people visiting the Cotswolds better plan their trip.

 

The Cotswolds is located in central England where visitors can roam the Cotswold Hills which is a range of hills starting from the upper Thames going all the way to the Cotswold Edge which is above the Evesham Vale.

 

In 1966 the region is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has may unique features which are derived from local honey coloured limestone.

 

Exploring the region.

 

There are many places to explore and things for the whole family to do.

 

There are cities such as Bath, towns such as Cheltenham and many small interesting villages such as Castle Combe and Burford and Castle Combe.

 

Local Cotswold stone has been used for every feature in the region from stone floors to roof tiles, this has ensured architectural uniformity which has meant villages and town have that beautiful chocolate box look. Holidays in the Cotswold are popular which means there are many restaurants, hotels and holiday homes for let.

 

The hidden Cotswolds.

 

Not all of the best villages to visit and explore are well known, many are secret gems which the users of cotswoldholiday are privy to.

 

Off the track treasures well worth a visit include Woodstock which was home to the Malboroughs, Painswick, Winchcombe and Biddestone, all have beautiful churches and buildings worth a visit.

 

As well as quaint villages there are historic houses, country parks, children's activities and market towns well know for their shops such as Cirencester, Tetbury, Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton.

 

For everything you need to know about visiting the Cotswolds explore our site and find out what to do and where to go to make your trip memorable.

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    Historic Houses

    Within the area of the Cotswolds there are so many historic houses to visit, to help you work out which you should not miss we have made a list to review....Read more

    Family days out

    Cotswolds is a highly popular destination drawing thousands of tourists every year. There are a vast amount of interesting towns and attractions for adults – but what about children? What is there for the kids to do?...Read more

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