This region – designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – is a stunning landscape comprising yellow and grey limestone cottages and farms, babbling streams, sweeping green valleys and gently-rolling, sheep-flocked hills (‘the wolds’).
Its villages evoke a bygone age of pastoral tranquillity. From the heights of Stow-on-the-Wold with its ancient wool church and market square, to the gentle stream running through picture-perfect Bourton-on-the-Water, you’ll discover delightful villages and country lanes that evoke the essence of the English countryside.
Visit The Slaughters – nothing violent, just exquisite thatched cottages, gift shops, country pubs and tea-rooms – the perfect Cotswold villages and not to be missed. Ask your private guide about the many lovely gardens and stately homes in the area.
We will show you the secrets and charms of this unique landscape and rural way of life – ancient and modern.
Can be combined with Stratford or Oxford.
Admission tickets are also needed for some attractions.