Places to Visit Part 2 – Cotswolds

Taking a long weekend to the Cotswold’s

we think is the best sort of medicine, it’s very relaxed, you get beautiful scenery and the tranquility is second to none.

The Cotswolds runs through 5 counties, which includes Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire!

You can enjoy the quaint English villages of honey coloured stone. There’s palaces to view along with castles and country houses.

Top places to visit are:

Cotswold Falconry Centre, Moreton-In-Marsh

Chavenage House, Tetbury

The Royal Gardens at Highgrove, Tetbury

Jet Age Museum, Gloucester

Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury

Bourton-on-the-Water is a great place to stay. It has beautiful picturesque views, perfect little cafes and cute little village shops. It will definitely not disappoint. The get away everyone should go for.

In and around the Cotswolds, it offers a number of outdoor activities such as:





Garden Visits

Horse Riding



As the Cotswolds is a very family orientated place, you will be happy to know it’s very dog friendly It welcomes in many pets into pubs and cafes. Always best to check beforehand though on a pub or cafe you would like to go into.

This may be slightly early but I am going for it anyway. Events that are coming up include “Christmas at Blenheim Palace,” which starts on the 23rd November until 1st January 2019. Apparently I have read that guests can expect over a million pea-lights, lasers and projections!! Plus, they have trees that are full of baubles and snowflakes. Again find out more on the link below and maybe even book your spot to this magical Christmassy event!

Take a look at the link below for more information on this amazing place.

Don’t forget to let us know your favourite part of the Cotswold’s and where you have stayed! Send us a comment on our twitter page here.

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