A spacious self catering holiday home for two in an enviable position within half a mile's walking distance of the picturesque Cotswolds village of Bibury - ideal for couples seeking a peaceful country retreat. Surrounded by the glory of the Cotswolds landscape, guests can enjoy lovely walks from the front door and a wealth of attractions for day trips out.
A quaint self-catering holiday cottage located on the hill of a Cotswold farm, offering panoramic rural views over woodlands and the countryside of Gloucestershire. A great base for exploring the many attractions of Central England and enjoying a taste of country life with wonderful walks and scenery on the doorstep.
A romantic hideaway located centrally within the Cotswolds on a hill farm amongst beautiful scenery, offering a taste of country life and panoramic views over woodland and the countryside of Gloucestershire. A great base for exploring the areas many attractions or simply relaxing in a tranquil setting with plenty of fresh air, wonderful walks and a pub within walking distance for long lazy lunches.
On the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds, this self catering holiday cottage offers a comfy affordable base to explore this lovely area and sits in the village of Chadlington with good village pub and butcher. Between Woodstock and Chipping Norton, the areas many attractions are within easy reach.
This stone cottage has a wealth of features inc inglenook, woodburner & walled garden. With 3 pubs & Victorian Brewery in the Village, it is an ideal year round retreat. Perfect for exploring the Cotswolds, Oxford & Stratford-upon-Avon Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A mews style holiday cottage in the heart of the popular Cotswolds village of Broadway providing an ideal base to exploring the Cotswolds and Central England. Shops and superb eateries on the doorstep and lovely walks from the front door.
A charming Cotswold stone period self catering holiday cottage set within the lovely Cotswolds village of Willersey close to Chipping Campden and Broadway. Two very good pubs within walking distance and plenty of attractions close by. The perfect place for exploring the Cotswolds and Central England.
Lantern House is exceptionally family-friendly and offers spacious holiday accommodation for five adults/children plus two babies/toddlers in the Wiltshire village of Sherston within the Cotswolds AONB. Close to Westonbirt National Arboretum and the areas many attractions (including Tetbury), this well presented character Cotswolds house provides a good base for exploring Central England.
Set amongst picturesque grounds with stream running through, these two holiday cottages sit in an enviable idyllic quiet location just a few minutes stroll from the centre of Broadway - one of the Cotswolds most beautiful villages with an excellent choice of pubs, restaurants and independent shops. A great base for exploring Central England or simply relaxing.
Formerly the farm stables and granary, this holiday cottage sits within the beautiful countryside of Warwickshire and is close to Stratford-upon Avon and the Cotswolds villages. Guest's also have the use of an indoor swimming pool (shared only with the owners!). A great base for exploring Central England with an abundance of attractions.
Pretty stone Cotswold's cottage in an enviable quiet backwater with off-road parking and garden, just two minutes stroll from the centre of the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Beautiful countryside, great restaurants and pubs on the doorstep and a romantic retreat with log burner and four poster bed.
A pretty country cottage nicely presented in a traditional style providing a good base for exploring Central England. Sitting on the edge of the Cotswolds close to Tewkesbury in the Gloucestershire village of Twyning, the cottage is within easy driving distance of the Forest of Dean, the Malverns Hills, Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester.
Two character holiday cottages in the small Gloucestershire village of Twyning near Tewkesbury on the edge of the Cotswolds and within easy reach of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, the Malvern Hills, Hereford and Worcester. A great base for exploring Central England.
Nestling in a quiet position within eleven acres of the beautiful Windrush Valley in the Cotswolds village of Temple Guiting. This welcoming coach house provides a lovely retreat for couples and is a great base for exploring the many attractions, pretty villages and historic towns of the area including Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Snowshill and Winchcombe to name just a few. Two very good pubs in walking distance.
Pretty inside and out, this Cotswolds stone 18th Century cottage has lots of original character and provides a welcoming retreat ideally placed in the village of Middle Barton in Oxfordshire. The vibrant town of Chipping Norton is close by with a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants, and an abundance of attractions are within easy reach including nearby Blenheim Palace in Woodstock and Oxford City centre.
Sitting in the pretty Warwickshire village of Long Compton, Woodland Cottage provides the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds and is close to Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold, as well as historic houses such as Chastleton House. Perfect for families or friends, the Woodland Cottage has an open-fire and all the charm you would hope for in a Cotswolds stone cottage.
With a gorgeous terrace bursting with colour in the summer months, this delightful cottage is a popular choice with families or couples (one or two). Enjoy a night or two of pampering and luxury in this country cottage with use of an indoor pool and spa, or explore the many attractions of the Cotswolds and Central England. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold.
With wonderful far reaching views that stretch as far as Stow-on-the-Wold, this delightful cottage (well more of a luxury apartment) is just perfect for small families or couples (one or two). Escape away for a night or two of luxury or use 'Cheltenham' as a base for exploring the Cotswolds and Central England. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold.
This impressive Cotswolds country house ticks all the luxury boxes. Beautifully presented to the highest of standards throughout, the cottage sleeps ten guests in five en-suite bedrooms and provides an oasis of calm from which to relax with the use of an indoor swimming pool, spa (treatments available), extensive grounds and gym. Right in the heart of the Cotswolds, there are an abundance of attractions close by and all the right ingredients to relax in luxury and style. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A collection of three exceptional holiday cottages sitting within beautiful grounds in the delightful village of Kingham in the very heart of the Cotswolds. Superb facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool complex with traditional Turkish Hammam ensure a relaxing and memorable stay. Sitting within the highly desirable 'Golden Triangle' of the Cotswolds, the surrounding countryside offers lovely walks, superb gastro pubs and an abundance of attractions.
The Cotswolds represent 'quintessential England' and encompasses six counties, namely Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, along with Wiltshire, Somerset and Worcestershire.
Steeped in history, the Cotswolds gained many of its qualities from its medieval sheep trade. Its long history in the wool trade generated much wealth which resulted in building the many fine houses that the Cotswolds is so famous for today. Its landscape still holds much evidence of its history in the wool trade with its dry stone walls that once formed enclosures for the sheep, buildings that were formerly factories for processing wool and market squares approached by narrow little alleyways where the sheep were once driven through to market.
Whatever the weather, the Cotswolds has plenty of great days out with its fine architecture, National Trust properties and gardens, arboretums, museums and pretty villages. There are fantastic, historic towns and cities including the Roman City of Bath, Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-Upon-Avon – the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The Cotswolds puts the fun back into shopping with its local farmers markets, antique shops, boutiques, gift shops, old fashioned tea rooms and stylish coffee houses. It is also an incredibly dog-friendly area with plenty of pubs, restaurants, cottages and attractions welcoming dogs.
There are plenty of outdoor activities to keep you occupied too, including walking and cycling the numerous paths and trails, shooting, fishing, golf and hot air ballooning. Horse racing is a popular past time in the Cotswolds with the famous Cheltenham festival, along with other famous equestrian events including Badminton, Blenheim Palace and Gatcombe.
With a wide range of self catering accommodation centrally located in the country, the Cotswolds is perfect for a short break or longer holiday at any time of the year.