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Standing at the top, you’ll be 330 m above the stunning landscapes and villages below. The hill offers panoramic views of the River Severn, Winchcombe, and Cheltenham.
During the blooming season, the fields are absolutely full of splendid poppies, making a dreamlike scene.
Sherborne Park Estate
Here you’ll find 18th-century buildings, wildlife, woodlands, and an array of birdlife.
The Old Mill in Lower Slaughter
The site is from way back in the 14th century, and one of the mills is so old that it features in the Doomsday Book of 1086.
A magical Cotswolds village with traditional stone houses and quaint streets on the edges of River Windrush.
Broadway Tower is a tiny folly set in the middle of a field, offering views across the countryside.
You’ll find this postcard-worthy scene in Arlington Row – it’s known to be one of England’s most photographed line of houses, which is really no surprise.
Burford offers quaint and charming scenes throughout the streets. Take a trip up Burford Hill for dazzling morning photos and stop in at one (or more) of the picture-worthy cafes.