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Discovering a Tranquil Retreat and Cultural Adventure in Cotswolds

Should your excessive fatigue stem from the demands of your job and the hectic pace of your city, Cotswolds will provide you with a welcome respite. There are abundant sights and activities to enjoy that is sure to revitalize you.

Loving The Cotswolds can plan your tours from London to the Cotswolds and your trip to this exciting and iconic place can be quite smooth and enjoyable.

What can you do in Cotswolds?

During your short visit to this place, you can remain engaged with the following activities.  

  • Blenheim Palace

This is a unique place which can be used as:

  • Family home
  • Mausoleum
  • National monument. 

This place is important because of the ancestral home of England’s Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill.

  • Sudeley Castle

This castle that you can see in the Cotswolds was built during the 15th century. This place is famous for:

  • Several gardens
  • Chapel of St. Mary
  • Burial place of Queen Catherine Parr
  • Chastleton House


This is one of the beautiful Jacobean country houses that is owned by the National Trust. It is unique and unusual in its design and has been preserved by using a conservation policy rather than restoration.

  • Hidcote Manor Gardens

In the UK this garden in Gloucestershire is known for Arts and Crafts. You will find in this garden, which has linked “rooms” of:

  • Hedges
  • Rare trees
  • Shrubs
  • Herbaceous borders. 

National Trust owns this garden, which was created by Lawrence Johnston, and is now open to the public.

  • Cotswold Falconry

Geoff and Naomi Dalton opened this Cotswold Falconry in 1988. This is meant for offering people more knowledge about birds of prey and the ancient art of falconry.

  • Chedworth Roman Villa

This large Roman villas in Britain was built in phases during the second and fourth century to transform the building into an elite dwelling which has been arranged around 3 sides of a courtyard. 

  • Batsford Arboretum

This botanical garden is spread over 55-acre in Gloucestershire, which sits on the Cotswold scarp. It has around 2,900 trees, having a large collection of:

    • Japanese maples
    • Magnolias
  • Pines. 
  • Hook Norton Brewery

This Victorian ‘tower’ was founded in 1849, which is a traditional brewery where you can see various stages of the brewing process.  This process was powered by steam till 2006. Even today, beer is transported in the village by using horse-drawn dray.

When should you pay visit to the Cotswolds?


You can plan your visit to Cotswold during any season and you will surely enjoy it. Whenever, you feel that you need a little change, you can plan your holiday over here.

If you visit during the autumn, you can see a picturesque view of trees. Walking on various roads during this season will be a great experience if you are fond of clicking your camera. 

Winter season will offer you certain different magical views. There will be lighting decorations all over as people will be celebrating Christmas eve. Markets all over the places will remain well-decorated.

After a brisk walk on the road, you can come back to your holiday home and warm up yourself by sitting near wood burning stove.


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