Bring your dream Cotswold holiday to life at Cotswold Farm Lodge. Sleeping six people in three bedrooms, this gorgeous Cotswold stone house - once the gatehouse of a substantial estate - is set in nearly 200 acres of private fields and farmland. It offers peace and privacy, yet is only two miles from Woodmancote village and the excellent Bathurst Arms pub. Walking, cycling, horse riding and golf are all popular ways to be active in some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, while towns such as Cirencester and Cheltenham provide ample opportunity for combining shopping, sightseeing and eating.
Perfectly placed in the popular Cotswolds village of Broadway, this picturesque thatched cottage offers the chance to experience a taste of country living with lots of character perfectly blended with modern day luxuries. Direct access to the Cotswolds Way and pubs/restaurants within walking distance.
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.
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.
Peace, quiet and stunning views of the Swere Valley will be your lasting impression of Swereview Cottage. The charming annexe is built on the grounds of the owner's property to provide very comfortable accommodation for up to four people. Although perfectly set up for easy self-catering, it is within walking distance of the excellent Boxing Hare Pub (and restaurant) if you do not feel like cooking. Chipping Norton, Blenheim Palace, Banbury are all nearby, while Oxford and Stratford Upon Avon are also within reach. There are some wonderful walks around the area, including to the ancient Rollright Stones. Swereview Cottage is a great choice for couples and families.
Set in beautiful South Warwickshire on the edge of the Cotswolds, Peach Cottage is a modern, light and airy home-from-home sleeping six guests in three bedrooms. It is the perfect base for a walking, cycling, sight-seeing or simply relaxing holiday in the heart of England. Well located on the edge of historic Whatcote village and within walking distance of the Royal Oak pub, Peach Cottage affords stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and is within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon, Stow-on-the-Wold, Oxford, Cheltenham, Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village.
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.
Stop dreaming of your perfect Cotswold holiday cottage. The Corner House has everything you could ask for, from a thatched roof, open fireplace and original beams, to a stunning cottage garden and location in one of the most desirable villages in the Cotswolds. Built in 1544, The Corner House is large for its age. It comfortably sleeps five guests in three bedrooms, and is just as popular with couples as it is with families due to it's warm, welcoming atmosphere. The awarding winning Plough pub and The Wild Rabbit are only a five minute stroll from the front door, and the village also has a further restaurant if you don't feel like cooking. Stretch your legs on a walk or cycle to Chippping Norton or Stow on the Wold, or take the train to Oxford for a day of discovery. Stratford Upon Avon, Cirencester, and Tetbury are all easily accessible by car, as are top attractions like Blenheim Palace, Sudeley Castle and Highgrove.
A charming, romantic, traditional old Cotswold stone holiday cottage that is perfectly positioned within the historic village of Chipping Campden. An ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds.
A beautifully converted stone Cotswolds Cottage located in the market town of Chipping Campden. A five minute stroll to the High Street with shops, pubs and restaurants and a great base for exploring the Cotswolds - perfect for large group bookings.
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 lovely Cotswolds stone cottage in the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Beautifully furnished, lots of character and ideal for exploring the Cotswolds, eating out, walking or simply relaxing. Perfect for couples or families.
Perfectly placed in the pretty village of Paxton close to Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds, this delightful cottage has fantastic country walks on the doorstep, and an excellent award winning pub for meals out. A great base for exploring Central England and relaxing.
Picture-postcard pretty, this gorgeous thatched holiday cottage for two oozes character with beams on the ceiling, flags on the floor, a log burner for cosy nights and a lovely garden for relaxing when the sun shines. Perfectly placed in a highly desirable position on the outskirts of Chipping Campden town within walking distance of pubs, restaurants and shops. Lovely walks from the front door and a great base for exploring the Cotswolds Hills whether you do it by car, bike or foot.
Beautifully presented throughout, this stylish barn conversion is the perfect Cotswolds retreat at any time of the year with plenty of outside space for relaxing in the summer months, and a wood burning stove for winter breaks. Sitting in the village of Paxford, you can enjoy drinks and meals at the award winning pub (just a short stroll away), wonderful countryside walks from the front door and an abundance of attractions for day trips out. A great base for exploring or simply relaxing and recharging!
A cosy Cotswolds cottage for four in an idyllic position in the charming Cotswolds village of Ebrington with an excellent pub and superb walks on the doorstep and an abundance of attractions close by including Chipping Campden and Hidcote Manor just a short drive away.
Sitting in a highly desirable peaceful position on the outskirts of Chipping Campden, this impressive holiday home offers the best of both worlds - a peaceful retreat within easy walking distance (under ten minutes) of a great choice of pubs, restaurants and shops.
A beautifully presented Cotswolds cottage in the idyllic market town of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds with shops, pubs and restaurants within walking distance. A fantastic base for exploring the Cotswolds and ideal retreat for a relaxing break with plenty of outside space to enjoy the warmer weather.
A fabulous Cotswolds House just a short walk from the many shops and eating establishments on the historic High Street of Chipping Campden - perfect for a weekend away with friends or family and as a base for exploring the Cotswolds many attractions.
A delightful Cotswolds cottage sleeping four ideally placed within the picturesque town of Chipping Campden with fantastic shops, pubs and restaurants on the doorstep, along with great walks, cycle routes and 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.