Burford Cotswolds
Burford, also known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, is one of Oxfordshire's most scenic towns, with a steep high street that sweeps downward past Cotswold stone cottages, and Georgian mansions, a mediaeval church, shops, tearooms, and historic pubs to the River Windrush.
Chipping Campden Cotswolds
Chipping Campden has one of the most picturesque and majestic High Streets in England, once described by historian G.M. Trevelyan as "the most exquisite village street presently left on the island." A stroll from one side of this North Cotswolds village to the other is worth the trip, but there's lots more to see and do.
Bourton-on-the-Water is a fantastic base for anyone looking to explore the beauty of the northern Cotswolds. Famed for its honey-coloured houses and idyllic village scenery, you'll be surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, but there's also plenty to get up to nearby.
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Moreton-in-Marsh Cotswolds holiday cottage
Moreton-in-Marsh sits at the head of the lovely Evenlode Valley and has been a lively Cotswold market town since the 13th century.
Chipping Norton holiday cottages cotswolds
Chipping Norton, popularly called as 'Chippy' by locals, is situated on the highest point in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
Stow-on-the-Wold holiday cottages cotswolds
The Market Square in Stow-on-the-Wold serves as a reminder of the town's former prominence. It is surrounded by townhouses, independent shops, antique centres, cosy cafes and inns, all built in the mellow local stone.
Stratford-upon-Avon is best known as the birthplace and beloved hometown of William Shakespeare, but there are many more reasons to visit Stratford-upon-Avon than you realise. 
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It’s easy to see why the Cotswolds, our charming corner of rural England, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. Rolling hills and sweeping meadows, pastoral villages and majestic homes are all part of the reasons people love coming to the Cotswolds and returning again and again.