Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is Britain’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and covers nearly 800 square miles. Cycle through the honey coloured villages or explore the historical market towns by foot.

Why not explore many Cotswold villages by walking 102 mile long distance foot path, also known as The Cotswold Way? Starting in the old market town of Chipping Camden and ending in the city of Bath, The Cotswold Way is an excellent walking holiday for all to enjoy.

Did you know...

  • The Cotswolds expands across 6 counties, covering 790 miles
  • William Shakespeare, Winston Churchill and Jane Austen were all born in the Cotswolds
  • Bourton-on-the-Water is known as 'The Venice of The Cotswolds'

There is a variety of places to visit in the Cotswolds:

  • Ancient Market Towns
  • Bourton-on-the-Water Model Village
  • Broadway Tower
  • Tewkesbury Abbey
  • The Cotswold Way

By Rail/Bus – There are a number of public transport operating to and from Cotswolds

By Car – The Cotswolds can be reached via the M4 and M40 Motorway.

By Air – There are a number of airports close to the Cotswolds including Bristol and Birmingham.

For more information on getting to the Cotswolds please The Cotswolds website.

The Cotswolds is Britain's largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering nearly 800 square miles.
The Cotswolds is best visited during the warmer months of May through to September.