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Discover the Cotswolds

Do you often find yourself dreaming of the beautiful Cotswolds? Make your dream a reality and book a holiday cottage in the Cotswolds for your next staycation or weekend away.

Few places are as beautiful as this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, blanketed in rolling countryside and chocolate-box villages. This English rural idyll stretches across six counties and is a place where you can spend lazy days wandering from one picture-postcard town to the next, discovering historical houses brimming with treasures, atmospheric country pubs warmed by glowing open fires, and a plethora of exciting attractions.

Holidays in the Cotswolds are ideal for enjoying the great outdoors, shopping, eating out, and enjoying time with family and friends. Take advantage of the long-distance paths that thread their way through green woodland, nature reserves, and open parks, or experience exhilarating water sports on one of the region’s glittering lakes or rivers by donning your walking boots or hopping on your bike. You just couldn’t pick a better spot for a staycation, whether you’re searching for a relaxing break in a peaceful village or you want your holidays to be action-packed. Make memories that will last a lifetime in one of our Cotswold holiday houses.

Book one of our cosy holiday cottages in the Cotswolds today.

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