Want to know more about the cotswold’s ? This article will give you a brief overview of this stunning area of the English countryside. It’s a great place to visit if you’re looking for rural tourism The Cotswolds is a picturesque area in the south of England with rolling hills and valleys. Come explore this beautiful region of the UK with 10 must-see places. Add this to your UK Bucket List. Please take a look at Julia at cotswoldlifestyle for more Cotswold Travel tips. This area is also a stunning place if you are planning a wedding Autumn is the perfect season for a wedding in the Cotswolds or maybe you need a honeymoon venue.

1. The Cotswold Hills

The Cotswold Hills are a stunning region on the border of England and Wales, with a rich history and culture. This section will tell you all about it! This image above was taken at the top of Kiftsgate Hill by Kiftsgate Gardens and the National Trusts Hidcote Manor Gardens.

The Cotswolds is a large region of hills in England that spans around 50 miles from North to South and East to West. It has been inhabited since prehistoric times, when people lived off the land and hunted deer.

 The Romans constructed a road through the area The Fosse Way for trade purposes during their occupation of Britain. In more recent times, many famous people have owned property in this beautiful part of England: Winston Churchill, Cecil Beaton, Bruce Chatwin, Queen Elizabeth II and the Earl of Mountbatten.

Photo of Black Ceramic Male Profile Statue Under Grey Sky during Daytime

2. Stratford-upon-Avon

What to see and do? Although in Warwickshire this historic town borders the Cotswold hills just 6 miles North.

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon is situated on Waterside, just to the south of the River Avon. Originally called The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, it was founded by a group of local enthusiasts in 1880. The theatre was designed by architect Frank Matcham and opened on April 23, 1879.

The Globe Theatre is a theatre located in London that was used from 1599 to 1613. It became an important site for the developing drama of English Renaissance theatre during this period and is one of the most famous theatres in England today, being referred to as “the world’s first theatrical

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre was built in 1879 and is located in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. It is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and a symbol of British culture. The theatre can host up to 1700 people and is mostly used as a venue for Shakespearean plays.

One of the most important aspects of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is that it houses an Elizabethan Theatre, which is one of only two left in Britain (the other being at Hampton Court). As many as 1823 performances took place here before the theatre was turned into a museum in 1923.

3. Chipping Campden

The Cotswolds is a picturesque area in the south of England with rolling hills and valleys. Come explore this beautiful region of the UK with 10 must-see places.

Chipping Campden is a village in Gloucestershire, England. It is located between the town of Chipping Campden and the village of Eastington.

The village has a population of about 1,000 people. It is well known for its unique buildings and historical significance. A holiday to Chipping Campden can be quite relaxing and enjoyable for people who are looking for a quiet place to visit with lots of greenery and walks in the landscape.

Brown Brick House Under Blue Sky

4. Bibury

5. Stow on the Wold

A gorgeous little town full of lots of independent shops including ‘Groovy Two shoes’ ( an independent childrens shoe shop), Cafes and Restaurants. Try Stow Town coffee. Huffkins is also a perfect spot to enjoy a cream tea or a leisurely breakfast.

6. Adam Hensons Cotswold  Farm Park

8 Feb 2021to22 Dec 2021Open 10:30 – 17:00

Established in 1971 as the home of rare breed conservation, Cotswold Farm Park offers a fun-filled day out. Children can interact closely with the animals in the Touch Barn and there’s also a wildlife walk, adventure playground and farm safari.

7. Bourton-on-the-Water

The Venice of the Cotswolds lots to see and do here you can even paddle in the river in Summer. The Model Village is a must see it is a complete ninth scale miniature of the Village. It opened on the Coronation of King George VI in 1937. The Motor and Toy Museum has a large selection from a bygone era and has the little car from the children’s TV series ‘Brum’. Birdland has a large selection of birdlife including penguins and Flamingos, there are also numerous models od Dinosaurs to keep the children happy it also has the most beautiful gardens.


8. Broadway Tower and Broadway Village

When in Broadway, there are a lot of things to do. From visiting historical sites to having fun at the children’s play park, this area is a great place to take a vacation.

Broadway Worcestershire has an interesting history take a walk up to Broadway Tower. The Lygon Arms is one option for food and drink in this area, while the children’s play park offers plenty of space for kids and adults alike to have a good time.


9. Hidcote Manor Gardens

Owned by the National Trust gifted by Laurence Johnson and American botanist and plant collector. this stunning garden of rooms is worth a visit at any time of year. Hidcote is a special garden and one of the best examples of a garden of rooms. The red border in particular is a stunning sight to behold in August and September where the jewel colours truly pop.


10. Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Steam Railway

Completely run by volunteer railway enthusiasts. Running between Broadway and Cheltenham the steam railway runs train services throughout the summer and winter months. A novel way to go back in time to another era and view the stunning Cotswold landscape. A round trip of 28 miles in total it would not take up all your day you could visit Cheltenham or take a walk around Broadway.