Beautiful honey-toned stone cottages situated in the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK!

Walking the Cotswold Way – the fantastic landscape – every view tells a story of human interaction with the landscape over the past 6,000 years. The underlying oolitic limestone geology has been overlaid by successive human settlements.

People have farmed the area, quarried and built roads, canals and railways.  There are also thousands of prehistoric, Roman and Medieval archaeological sites.

The character of the landscape with such local distinctiveness – the patterns of the fields, trees, hedges, townscapes, villages and buildings – the style of the windows, the shape of a gable or a particular pattern of a gate all contribute to the area’s distinctiveness.

Cotswold Towns & Attractions

The leafy green Windrush Valley
The antique shops in Stow-on-the-Wold
Hidcote Gardens – one of the jewels of Britain

Broadway – 5 mins
Hidcote (NT,Gardens) – 5 mins
Stow – 15 mins
Snowshill Manor (NT) – 12 mins
Stratford (Shakespeare) – 20 mins
Stanway (House & Garden) – 15 mins
Woodstock (Blenheim Palace) – 45 mins
Sudeley Castle – 20 mins
Oxford – 60 mins
Batsford (Arboretum) – 10 mins
Burford – 40 mins
Warwick Castle – 40 mins