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Monday, 8 December 2014

The Stylish Cotswolds Travel Guide

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Where to stay in Cotswolds:
  • We stayed at the amazing Ellenborough Park which is a 16th century manor that has been restored and transformed into a beautiful spa hotel. Here you can find my review of this wonderful luxury Cotswolds hotel.
  • Other options include Cowley Manor, Lords of the Manor or The Wild Rabbit. 
Where to eat in Cotswolds:

Cotswolds has plenty of delicious restaurants however as the area is quite big you will need a car to get around and find the best ones. A few of my recommendations include:
  • Head over to Lords of the Manor, Whatley Manor, 5 North St for ultimate fine dining
  • For extra special occasions, Le Champignon Sauvage is the only 2 star Michelin restaurant in the Cotswolds 
  • The Wild Rabbit for beautiful organic food
  • The Plough for grill or fish & chips
  • The White Hart for classic but delicious dishes
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Things to do in Cotswolds:
  • Cotswolds is famous for its beautiful villages, a few of my favourites are : Bibury (very cute but very small), Bourton on the Water (personal favourite), Chipping Campden, Broadway.
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  • Take a walk through one of many walking routes
  • Check out the markets- Stroud market is considered one of the best farmers markets in England
  • Go shopping for antiques: Cheltenham, Tetbury have plenty of antique shops
  • Go in summer to catch a festival such as the Wilderness Festival
  • If the weather is warm have a picnic or outside lunch at one of the amazing 16th century manors in Cotswolds
  • Go for a pampering weekend with a luxurious spa break
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8 comments:

  1. Wow, what beautiful little villages! Cotswolds looks so cute and cozy :) I should definitely visit it should I ever go on another road trip through England again.

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    1. thank you! definitely worth the stop :)

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  2. I love The Cotswolds, the perfect UK break :)
    Lots of love,
    Angie
    SilverSpoon London

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    1. thanks Angie! it`s true, it`s an English classic :)

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  3. It looks really beautiful and relaxing there! Lovely travel guide and I hope you enjoy your stay there.

    nikimint

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  4. Lovely architecture with an old-world charm and the ducklings are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

    Prudence
    www.prudencepetitestyle.wordpress.com

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