Lying to the west of Oxford, the honeyed-stone walls of the Cotswolds are covered in fragrant wisteria, rose bushes trail over doorways and rolling fields are speckled with tiny chocolate-box villages. This quintessentially English landscape is picture-perfect, a quaint paradise of scenic beauty, with streets that appear to have changed very little over the centuries.
Dormy House Hotel
Near Broadway, Worcestershire
Dormy House is a quintessentially English hotel. A lovingly renovated 17th century farm house that blends country chic with log fires and original panelling. Located moments from the village of Broadway this is the perfect base to explore the Cotswolds.
Near Tetbury, Gloucestershire
This 14-century farmhouse just three miles from Tetbury is a real gem. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, Calcot Manor is the perfect countryside tonic for couples and families alike, with stylish rooms and over 220 acres of meadowland to explore.
The Lygon Arms
Broadway, The Cotswolds
Reading like a Who’s Who of British history, The Lygon Arms has played host to Charles I and Oliver Cromwell as well as Prince Philip, and its winding staircases, wooden beams and leaded windows offer a cosy base from which to explore the Cotswolds.
Slaughters Manor House
Lower Slaughter, The Cotswolds
Situated in one of England’s prettiest villages, The Slaughters Manor House is a beautiful 17th Century manor house which combines contemporary interiors with country charm, attentive service and one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the Cotswolds.
Temple Guiting Manor & Barns
Temple Guiting, The Cotswolds
The exclusive Temple Guiting Manor is a true hidden gem, perfectly placed in the heart of the Cotswolds. Steeped in history, the privately-owned estate has been lovingly restored into an intimate and stylish rural retreat with thoroughly modern amenities