"...a rural area of South Central England... its rolling hills and grassland harbor thatched medieval villages, churches and stately homes are built of distinctive local yellow limestone." ~ Google
Discover the quiet charm and storybook setting of Fairford—the perfect place to stay while exploring the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds
Bourton-on-the-Water, sometimes referred to as the Venice of the Cotswolds, features charming limestone cottages, historic businesses and five stone bridges spanning the River Windrush.
Broadway is characterized by a wide main street lined with charming cafes, shops, hotels and restaurants. Don't forget to visit the Broadway Tower too!
“Chipping” is an Old English term that means market or market place.
Cirencester, a market town that lies on the River Churn, is the largest town in and the capital of the Cotswolds.
Lower Slaughter in Old English means a wet land: ‘slough’ or ‘slothre’. Despite its tragic-sounding name, it is one of the picture-perfect Cotswold villages.
Discover Snowshill and meander along quiet roads and charming cottages. It is a favorite of mine!
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