Cotswolds Towns & Villages

Bilbury

Bibury

Bibury is a typical Cotswolds village with lots of gorgeous Cotswolds cottages lining the streets. It is located between Cirencester and Burford and is of course most famous for Arlington Row, a line of 17th century weaver’s cottages.

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Bourton-on-the-Water

Bourton-on-the-Water

Voted one of the prettiest villages in England, there is plenty here for the visitor. With the Cotswolds stone houses, the River Windrush passing through and many attractions to visit, this is one of the most popular spots in the Cotswolds.

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Broadway

Broadway

Broadway is one of the delightful villages in the North of the Cotswolds, so much so that it is referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’.

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Burford

Burford

Traditionally known as the ‘Gateway to the Cotswolds’, Burford is a beautiful town within the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Its High Street is on a slope, from where you can see beautiful views across the Cotswolds down to the Windrush valley.

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Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden

A small market town in the north of the Cotswolds, Chipping Campden was once a rich wool trading centre, famous throughout Europe. Today it is notable for its elegant terraced high street dating back to the 14th century with its fabulous restaurants, specialist shops and traditional pubs.

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Cheltenham

Cheltenham

Cheltenham, is often referred to as the centre for The Cotswolds, and it’s not hard to see why. Strategically positioned roughly equidistant between the Northern and Southern extremities of The Cotswolds many people chose to use it as a base.

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Gloucester

Gloucester

Gloucester is perfect for those who have an eye for beautiful buildings. One of Gloucester’s main attractions is the magnificent Gloucester Cathedral. The extraordinary cloisters, where some of the Harry Potter films were filmed, with unbelievably beautiful architecture.

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Moreton in Marsh

Moreton in Marsh

Situated in the North Cotswolds it is one of the few towns to have its own railway station. It has a selection of shops and restaurants, but is not large enough for many chains to have an outlet, giving the town a more independent feel.

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South Cerney

South Cerney

South Cerney is a thriving Cotswolds village lying just a few miles South of Cirencester. It is most famous for being set in the heart of the Cotswolds Water Park where there is a wide selection of water and land based activities available.

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Stow-on-the-Wold

Stow-on-the-Wold

Set on a hill-top, Stow is one of the most well know Cotswolds towns. With its fine market square and many of its properties built from the classic honey coloured Cotswolds stone it is perhaps the most quintessential Cotswolds town.

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Tetbury

Tetbury

Located approximately 10 miles South West of Cirencester, Tetbury is a centre of antique shops with more than 30 to browse through. Prince Charles lives close by and offers a range of organic products in his shop in the town centre.

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The Slaughters

The Slaughters

The Slaughters (that is Lower Slaughter and Upper Slaughter) are two delightful villages just a few miles from Stow on the Wold and Bourton on the Water. The two villages about a kilometer apart epitomize what is so pleasant about the Cotswolds.

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Winchcombe

Winchcombe

The Anglo Saxon town of Winchcombe was once a much more prominent place than it is today, it's probably now most famous for Sudeley Castle which stands just a stones throw from the town centre.

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