The Cotswolds is located in the southwest of England, and covers almost 800 square miles from Bath to Stratford-Upon-Avon south to north, and Oxford to Cheltenham east to west.
It's one of England's largest protected landscapes where tranquil rolling hills meet historic limestone architecture. The use of its honey-yellow limestone is synonymous with the region, as it’s seen consistently across its churches, chocolate-box villages, and even towns. In days gone by, the Cotswolds was established as one of the wealthiest parts of England due to its production of high-quality wool, putting it at the heart of the thriving medieval wool trade. An area rich in history, natural beauty and charming architecture, you’ll never want to leave.
Don’t take our word for it, come and experience the Cotswolds for yourself.