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THE COTSWOLDS

Thinking about a staycation in the Cotswolds? With its quaint villages, cosy thatched cottages and delightfully rolling countryside, the Cotswolds is a picture-postcard region spanning across five counties.

HOT TUB

Myrtle Cottage

COTSWOLD

Situated in the picturesque heart of the beautiful village of Bretforton, Myrtle Cottage is picture perfect inside and out. This luxury cottage complete with hot tub, retains plenty of charm with its character features of beams, an inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove and window seats.

From £72 pppn | Sleeps 6

GREENVIEW Retreat

COTSWOLD

Greenview Retreat is a fabulous country pad for 22-plus. Very grand and oh-so English, the house is steeped in history, yet bursting with 21st century conveniences. The emphasis here is on group fun – raise the roof, make merry and celebrate!

From £150 pppn | Sleeps 28

Cotswold Townhouse

COTSWOLD

This ultimate party pad comes equipped with a hot tub, ping pong table and darts room. And it’s not just about play here. There’s plenty of space to relax with gorgeous bathrooms boasting luxury roll top baths and bedrooms fitted with huge beds.

From £120 pppn | Sleeps 10

LARGE

WATERY PARK BARN & HIRON'S PIECE

COTSWOLD

Watery Park Barn and Hiron’s Piece are both wonderfully restored barn conversions situated in the heart of the Cotswolds. With only a short walk between the two properties, this is an ideal choice for a large group of family or friends.

From £46 pppn | Sleeps 26

HAILSTONE BARN

COTSWOLD

Hailstone Barn is a truly unique property set in the rolling countryside of the south Cotswolds in a completely rural setting. With spacious accommodation throughout, two wood burning stoves, an open fire and delightful courtyard, wildflower and orchard gardens; and a tarmac surface tennis court. This stunning barn also boasts an entertainment room with a bar.

From £30 pppn | Sleeps 10

MILLSTONE COTTAGE

COTSWOLD

Perfectly located within the heart of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water, Millstone Cottage offers a wonderful base for those dreaming of a taste of country living.

From £28 pppn | Sleeps 11

WATERY PARK BARN

COTSWOLD

Watery Park Barn is a wonderfully restored barn once used as a venue for local events. Now a superb holiday cottage, it is a fabulously spacious home away from home in the country.

From £50 pppn | Sleeps 18

LOWER FARMHOUSE

COTSWOLD

This 19th century Cotswold stone farmhouse is located on Todenham Manor Farm, a working farm just outside Moreton-in-Marsh.

From £25 pppn | Sleeps 10

MANOR FARM

COTSWOLD

Manor Farm is a beautiful 17th century Grade II listed farmhouse set in a picturesque hamlet at the foot of Bredon Hill. Having been fully renovated in 2020, this luxury holiday home is the perfect base in which to explore the wonderful Cotswolds with stunning views and miles of glorious walks straight from the doorstep.

From £75 pppn | Sleeps 10

STOURTON MANOR

COTSWOLD

Kick back as Lord and Lady of the Manor in this beautifully appointed, elegant period home. Set within acres of stunning landscaped gardens, this historic property offers a tranquil base to explore Shakespeare country.

From £55 pppn | Sleeps 10

STONE BARN

COTSWOLD

A luxury Cotswold stone barn conversion surrounded by beautiful countryside, this stunning property is set on the edge of a hamlet just two miles from Stow-on-the-Wold.

From £35 pppn | Sleeps 10

LUXURY

PEAR TREE COTTAGE

COTSWOLD

Pear Tree Cottage is a stunning four bedroom, four bathroom contemporary house which has been beautifully furnished with high quality furnishings, fixtures and fittings.

From £95 pppn | Sleeps 8

THE CHESTNUTS

COTSWOLD

Situated in the beautiful village of Shilton, this award winning cottage is a perfect Cotswolds Hideaway. The Chestnuts has been lovingly restored and refurbished throughout to preserve the traditional whilst being lavished with contemporary luxuries. 

From £120 pppn | Sleeps 8

THE COACH HOUSE AND STABLES AT THE LAMMAS

COTSWOLD

Set in the heart of the village yet enjoying a secluded location within 5 acres of private grounds, the Coach House and The Stables at The Lammas form part of a listed Cotswolds stone building, a former stables which has been extensively refurbished with guest comfort in mind.

From £130 pppn | Sleeps 8

WILLERSEY FARM HOUSE

COTSWOLD

Set in its own gated grounds, Willersey Farm House is a unique blend of old and new, with a traditional Cotswold building for the bedrooms, attached to an all-new, contemporary living area. Traditional beams and Cotswold stone mix with stunning contemporary design to create a very special holiday home.

From £85 pppn | Sleeps 8

LITTLE MAUNDITTS COTTAGE

COTSWOLD

In the historic village of Sherston near Tebury and with the charm of a much older building coupled with modern fixtures and fittings, Little Maunditts combines the best of both worlds.

From £40 pppn | Sleeps 6

HUNTER COURT

COTSWOLD

Set in the idyllic Cotswold village of Clanfield, this substantial home is very spacious and is tastefully decorated with a relaxed, family home feel. The five acre property comprises two fields (often with sheep) and a large walled garden.

From £50 pppn | Sleeps 8

THE COACH HOUSE AT THE LAMMAS

COTSWOLD

Located in the heart of the charming village of Minchinhampton, the property sits in five acres of private grounds.

From £60 pppn | Sleeps 4

Catalpa Cottage

COTSWOLD

This charming detached 19th century Cotswold cottage is set in a quiet corner of Tetbury, a thriving market town built around a 17th century Market Hall, yet only 30 minutes from Bath.

From £53 pppn | Sleeps 5

Best locations for a staycation in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is home to so many gorgeous places, it would be impossible to list them all. Here’s just five of our most popular locations in the region.

Stow-on-the-Wold

Ideal for: Browsing the independent boutiques in this picturesque town
Best thing to do: Be sure to stop by the historic St Edward’s Church, famed for its incredible tree-framed door.

A town that wouldn’t look out of place in a traditional fairytale, Stow-on-the-Wold offers plenty to see and do. A market town since 1107, the popular farmers market still takes place every year during the summer months. Take a stroll through the historic cobbled streets and you’ll find an assortment of independent shops serving up regional delights. Be sure to pick up some local craft beers from Off the Square to take back to your cosy cottage!

Chipping Campden

Ideal for: Heading further afield and exploring the surrounding countryside
Best thing to do: Spend a day strolling around the vibrant grounds of the Hidcote Manor Garden.

One of the most popular towns in the Cotswolds, Chipping Campden certainly has that authentic olde worlde feel to it. With its thatched houses and cosy pubs, it’s the perfect place to spend a weekend away. The hills surrounding the town are filled with scenic walking routes through woodlands and fields of wildflowers, so be sure to bring your boots along.

Cirencester

Ideal for: Wandering through the historic streets of this delightful market town
Best thing to do: Make a stop at the New Brewery Arts to check out the arts and craft from talented local artists.

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Tetbury

Ideal for: Checking out all the antique shops in the town!
Best thing to do: Take a relaxed walk around the lovely Westonbirt Arboretum, home to over 2,500 plant and tree species!

The historic wool town of Tetbury has retained much of its original charm. Many of the wool merchant’s houses have been beautifully preserved along its cobbled streets, with their origins dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. The town is host to a number of unique events throughout the year, including the Woolsack Races and the Tetbury Music Festival.

Painswick

Ideal for: Planning your stay around the fabulous art festivals in the town
Best thing to do: Take a walk around the scenic Church of St Mary, famed for the 99 yew trees that line the grounds.

Affectionately referred to as ‘The Queen of the Cotswolds’, this scenic town is renowned for its historic buildings and local art scene. Time your stay right, and you can enjoy the vibrant Art Couture Painswick Festival, which encourages local artists to create unique costumes and parade them around the streets!

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