The charming Cotswolds is an area in the south-west and south-central England. Its rolling hills and wildflower meadows have led to its designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Burford is also home to the Tolsey Museum – located within a Tudor building. It displays local culture and history and includes exhibits like town maces.
This village is known for its gorgeous little bridges that cross over the gentle River Windrush. This river runs through the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water.
Set at the top of Evenlode Valley, this busy market town is filled with impressive 17th and 18th-century architecture.
Decorated with buildings from the 14th century and upwards, it shows off several architectural styles.
There’s nothing stopping you from creating a Cotswolds one-day itinerary using the other dreamy villages in the area.
Bibury is a beautiful, picture-perfect village. Honey-stone buildings dotted along the River Coln’s banks.
Castle Combe is a pretty village with an almost fairytale-like atmosphere with climbing ivy and colourful flowers.
If markets are your thing, you’ll love this village. Market Place holds regular markets like the Farmers Market and the Charter Market.
A lovely town that sits on the River Coln. It’s famous for the parish church, St Mary’s. It has a set of 28 medieval stained-glass windows that walk you through the story of the Bible.
Painswick, or ‘The Queen of the Cotswolds”, received its name from the beauty of the honey-coloured stone buildings and its surroundings.