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GL52 2NZ, Cheltenham, 7 Portland Street
Right in the heart of Cheltenham's town centre, the Central Hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and good-value self-catering rooms, all with fridges and combination oven/microwaves. The self-certified 3-star Central Hotel is less than a... read more
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GL9 1DT, Didmarton, The Street
Situated in the village of Didmarton in the Cotswolds, The King Arms offers free Wi-Fi, a bar, and an award-winning restaurant. This traditional 17th century inn offers homely rooms and charming self-catering cottages. Dating back... read more
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GL50 1XZ, Cheltenham, Wellington Street
Fresh, simple and very modern, this limited-service hotel is just a 2-minute walk from centre of Cheltenham. The award-winning hotel has bedrooms and suites to suit all types of traveller. All bedrooms have a flat-screen... read more
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GL52 6YG, Cheltenham, 271 London Road
Hilden Lodge is in the heart of Cotswolds, 1.8 miles from Cheltenham, with its shops, racing and architecture. A friendly boutique hotel, it offers free WiFi, and a breakfast. There is free parking on site,... read more
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SN7 7HU, Faringdon, Market Square
Located in the market town of Faringdon, this former 16th-century coaching inn still has its original courtyard. This boutique-style hotel offers spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs and free on-site parking. The beautifully decorated rooms at... read more
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GL4 3RX, Gloucester, Crest Way, Barnwood
Situated just off the M5 and 2 miles from Gloucester city centre, this Holiday Inn offers modern bedrooms, leisure facilities as well as a restaurant, a bar and free parking. The Holiday Inn Gloucester /... read more
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GL1 1DE, Gloucester, Bruton Way
Built in 1880, the Station Hotel is opposite Gloucester Train Station and a 5-minute walk from bustling Gloucester city centre. It has a bar and a restaurant serving home-cooked cuisine. Rooms at The Station each... read more
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SN16 0RB, Malmesbury, Easton Grey
Nestled within 12 acres of picturesque Wiltshire countryside, this hotel is a stylish venue where you can relax and revive. Whatley Manor offers a twelve course dining experience from Wednesday to Sunday. The Grey's, the... read more
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GL2 8DX, Gloucester, Barbers Bridge, Rudford
Set in the Cotswolds countryside, the Dark Barn Lodge is a family-run guest house, a 10-minute drive from Gloucester. This property offers free WiFi, free ample parking and large rooms that each feature an en... read more
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OX18 4LR, Burford, Sheep Street
The Lamb is a historical Cotswold Inn that dates back to the 15th century. The Inn is located in the centre of Burford and offers 17 individually-designed bedrooms, a collection of sitting rooms, a traditional... read more
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GL7 1LF, Cirencester, Watermoor Road
Riverside House offers modern and comfortable accommodation just 10 minutes' walk from the centre of the historic market town of Cirencester, also known as "The Capital of the Cotswolds". There are excellent road links and... read more
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GL53 9NP, Colesbourne, Colesbourne
Set within the beautiful Colesbourne Estate, this traditional Cotswold coaching inn dates back to 1827. The Colesbourne offers a bar with open log fires and oak beamed ceilings and a restaurant that serves some of... read more
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OX18 4HX, Burford, Cheltenham Road
Serving local produce, offering a friendly welcome, efficient service and a pleasantly relaxed atmosphere, this former 18th century inn is ideal for those seeking to explore the Cotswold region. Originally a resting and overnight point... read more
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GL7 5FP, Cirencester, Lake, 6, 17 Spine Rd E
With a lakeside setting amid open countryside, the 4-star De Vere Cotswold Water Park boasts a luxury spa and stylish rooms. Overlooking the lake, the Brasserie serves local produce on both the breakfast and evening... read more
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GL51 0ST, Cheltenham, Gloucester Road
The Best Western Plus Cheltenham Regency Hotel is an elegant hotel offering modern rooms and high quality food. The hotel is located 3.5 miles from the centre of Cheltham and is also close to the... read more
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GL55 6DY, Chipping Campden, Lower High Street
This locally owned 17th century inn, is crammed with history, traditional local cask ales and plenty of character, and stands at the lower end of Chipping Campden's historic High Street. The inn is set in... read more
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GL54 1AU, Stow on the Wold, Sheep Street
The Sheep on Sheep Street Hotel is set in Stow on the Wold, 37 km from Oxford and 29 km from Stratford-upon-Avon. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.... read more
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OX7 6XQ, Bledington, The Green
Surrounded by Cotswolds countryside, in picturesque Bledington, Kings Head Inn offers beautiful bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and parking. Set in a 16th-century building, there is a traditional restaurant and courtyard garden. The rooms at Kings... read more
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SN16 9EW, Crudwell, Crudwell
Situated 25 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse, the tranquil Mayfield House Hotel is nestled on the southern edge of Cotswolds in the attractive stone-built village of Crudwell. Set in the heart of the charming peaceful countryside... read more
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CV36 4AJ, Shipston on Stour, High Street
The George Townhouse is a contemporary coaching house in the heart of Shipston-on-Stour. With spacious en suite rooms and free WiFi, the hotel features a stylish restaurant and lounge bar with roaring fires in the... read more
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The thatched roofs and honey-coloured houses are against the green hills, accented with limestone walls. The locals are friendly and helpful. It is a great place to relax and linger through the walking paths, the tearooms, the bars and the shops.
Enjoy the luxurious country house, peaceful gardens and delicious dishes prepared with the finest Cotswold products without going beyond your budget. Enjoy the artistic prosperity of townhouses and absorb the creativity of the area.
Stay in the country pub, enjoy the winter open fire or relax on the terrace with unobstructed summer views together with b&b.
Where to stay while in Cotswolds
The list is long, but here are suggestions. Do not think you have to visit at all the villages, choose a few and enjoy your time.
Since you locate it on London’s main Paddington railway line, many Cotswold tours have this as their starting point. Morton is a pretty, honey-coloured architectural city that offers quirky shops, hotels with b&b offers and cheap cafes. Every Tuesday, it hosts a popular and lively market considered the largest Cotswold outdoor market. For accommodation, you can go to the White Hart Royal Hotel.
It is about 1.5 km from the low-value Rotor and 1.5 km from the popular Cotswolds Village. We know the river as the “Little Cotswold Venice” and crosses the village centre, crossed by several bridges. Bourton is a livelier place than Slaughters, with several hotels, cafes, cheap bars, model villages, shops, and the Cotswolds Automobile. While in Bourton-on-the-Water, visit the 17th-century Dial House Hotels. With a walled garden and a private spa, this is the perfect place to relax.
As noted, the third option on this list is Slaughters. The River Eye is ideal for enjoying a creamy tea at the Lower Slaughter Centre on a hot summer day. Walk along the river to the flour mill and eat ice cream. When you walk through the meadows, it will drive you to a quiet upper abattoir. Curiously, the slaughters are one of the rare thankful villages to never have lost a man during the First or Second World War. The Upper Slaughter Estate is one of the best hotels in England. The starting price for this room is £199 per night.
Enjoy the retail treatment in this gorgeous honeymoon city. There are artisan shops, cafes and cheap inns around the market square, and on the village green you will find the stocks. The main square has many narrow streets and alleys. This historic city also includes the most prestigious hotel in the country called the Porch House, which dates to 947.
Hidden in a narrow street, you will find the magnificent Church of St. John the Baptist, built around 1175. While here you can try the Lamb Inn hotel which is cheap and nice for your accommodation. The main street of this Cotswold town extends over the Windrush River through a bridge.
What to Eat and Drink ?
The Cotswolds not only provide quality restaurants in the area but also offer a variety of inexpensive ingredients to suit your budget and is a food destination. There are good cafes, bars and restaurants in most Cotswolds towns and villages.
Other local favourites include Tewkesbury mustard, Stinging Bishop cheese, vibrating trout and Hobbs House bread.
The Cotswold’s bar, restaurant and coffee menu often offer a bed and breakfast service with these high quality ingredients. And now, the Cotswolds have their own spirit – the Cotswolds. Produced at the Cotswolds Distillery, it is the first full-service winery in the region.
Why visit the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds lead to iconic places such as Oxford and Bath. It steeps these cities in history. The Cheltenham Regency and its famous racecourse, cafes, many shops and restaurants which offer bed and breakfast are also nearby.
There are many activities for families, such as Cotswold Water Park which is home to Britain’s largest beach, and Cotswold Wildlife Park.