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How can you ever tire of visiting The Cotswolds - we are so privileged to live on the doorstep of such beautiful English countryside and hopefully any visitors must surely leave truly enchanted. Spring, summer, autumn or winter irrespective .... the seasons only serve to enhance the natural beauty and environment. Absolutely stunning at any time of the year.
The Cotswolds is a very beautiful place. So many towns and villages offering their petite quaintness and friendly hospitality. Great weekend get away... Drive all around the country side enjoying tea and scones and the beautiful views
Acres and acres of beautiful countryside! Lots of long beautiful avenues to drive down, green fields, hundreds of sheep and friendly people make the Cotswolds somewhere I want to visit over and over again! If you come in the spring all the animals have babies and the rapeseed is blooming in beautiful bursts of yellow all through the countryside
Made for a beautiful day break drive from London. A feel different to anywhere else I've been to in the UK, more quaint than the Lake District up north but with all the amenities and great pubs/restaurants Definitely be sure to get off the motorway as early as possible and take the A roads around. Stunning scenery in all directions
Such a beautiful, peaceful place to visit! We spent about two weeks exploring and it never got old. If you're wanting a restful vacation, stay in a cottage in the Cotswolds. Lots of beautiful walking trains and delicious places to eat. Can't wait to return.
Lovely rolling hills and fields and generic countryside. It is getting quite built on these days unfortunately. But at least the houses have the bright yellow gold stone for their walls.
A walker's paradise. Apart from the Cotswold Way, there are innumerable walks and trails throughout the Cotswolds, many starting and / or ending at a pub. For the less mobile, there are villages and small towns dotted around with shops and places to eat. It's easy to spend years visiting and walking without exploring all the natural beauty the area has to offer. the
Although I have visited this area, fortunately fairly local to me, this is from the perspective of a biker. The route took me through some of my favourite areas and along some roads less familiar but a joy to ride both for the typical enthralling North Cotswold scenery and for the experience of the roads themselves. The descent of Fish Hill living up to the hype. The only thing to be aware of is the mud left on the road surface by agricultural machinery in some places.
beautiful gardens and setting plenty of parking and good facilities castle interior was interesting of where the family lived. exhibition felt a little soulless like it could have been housed anywhere. showing some original or traditional features would have for me enhanced the experience overall v good good cafe and restaurant can easily spend 2 to 3 hours here
Great place to stretch the legs. Once around the park is a good length with plenty of interest and a tea stop at halfway. The middle dam is being worked upon at the moment but the views from the bottom lake upward are still splendid. Parking is an issue as always, be prepared to park well away from the entrance and either walk or catch the bus, we did the latter and it cost £3 for 2 kids and 2 adults, but saved our legs for the park. With winter we have had, spring has not fully sprung yet. Will be breathtaking in a few weeks.
Excellent . Love dogs. Love people. Lively clean rooms. Excellent bar snacks . Wonderful wine. Great gin and warm log fire. A great place go visit
One of my favourite places to visit in the UK. The quaint Cotswold villages coupled with the surrounding countryside makes visiting here feel like something out of a fairy tale. Great choice of walks to do and some lovely pubs and inns as well. Well worth the trip.
Beautiful national park with a lot to do. Small beautiful lakes with lot of walking routes around it. The walks gives a country side feeling with small cafes located on way. It has also got beautiful cottages and holiday apartments. There are water sports available as well in the National Park
We'll definitely be coming back to the Cotswolds! Absolutely gorgeous! If you come to England and you don't go to the Cotswolds you're missing the heart of the country.
There are only a few places I gush about. The Cotswolds are one of them. Tasmania the other. If you have time in your itinerary, please go, won't be disappointed. It is picture postcard dropped dead gorgeous.
Less than 2 hours out of London and you can feel your shoulders drop as you leave the hustle and bustle behind. From the sleepy Cotswold villages, with their distinctive stone buildings to the warmth of the local hostelries, it is a great place to spend a weekend or longer.
The hotel, set in wonderful grounds, is beautiful. The staff were all helpful and friendly. The rooms were so comfortable, I slept like a log. Breakfast was delicious and all that you could want was laid out.
Beautiful part of England. Rolling hills with golden villages. The local sandstone is a beautiful golden colour so the many stone houses glow golden especially on a sunny, crisp winter morning. Some villages can get quite busy with tourists but others are idyllically quiet.