8 Great Reasons to Visit the Cotswolds this Spring/Summer

April 23, 2018 | Katharine


The Cotswolds sit nicely in the middle of the country so are easily accessible from most parts of the UK and have relatively close international airports in Bristol, Birmingham and East Midlands. The natural beauty of the UK is showcased so well in the Cotswolds with the open, green rolling hills and fields, wilds forests […]


5 Things to do this May in the Cotswolds

April 16, 2018 | Katharine


May is a fabulous month, the weather warms up ready for the summer, flowers and trees are blooming and people are heading back outdoors after the long winter months, which means there are loads of things to see and do at this time of year. We’ve selected some of our favourite events that are on […]


Cotswold Spring Photography

April 9, 2018 | Katharine


The Cotswolds are such a beautiful part of the UK and a pleasure to photograph, each season brings new wonders as flowers burst out, trees change colours, forest floors come alive with plants and summer sunsets light up the horizon. Spring though is a dream to see in the Cotswolds, and these beautiful photos reflect […]


Wildlife Attractions in the Cotswolds

April 2, 2018 | Katharine


Covering six counties, the Cotswolds are a large and beautiful part of the country, covered with rolling hills, forests, castles, rivers and lots of different wildlife. Aside from the nature you’ll spot when out and about walking in the Cotswolds there are a whole host of amazing family attractions showcasing some beautiful animals in habits […]


6 of the Best Festivals in and around The Cotswolds

March 26, 2018 | Katharine


Here in and around the Cotswolds we are spoilt for choice during the warmer months with so many amazing festivals going on right on our doorstep. With all of the gorgeous green, open space around it makes for an ideal setting for an awesome weekend / day away to relax, let your hair down and […]


Charity Walks in the Cotswolds

March 19, 2018 | Katharine


Walking is something we obviously all like to do in our spare time, getting some fresh air, moving our bodies and seeing different parts of our planet on foot gives us walkers great pleasure. But have you ever thought about doing a walk to raise money and awareness for one of the many amazing charities […]


Ancient Sites in the Cotswolds

March 12, 2018 | Katharine


There is more to the Cotswolds than just beautiful scenery and quaint, gorgeous little towns and villages, we are talking about the several very significant ancient sites in this area. The Cotswolds are rich in remains from early settlements including Iron Age, Roman villages and over one hundred burial grounds from the Neolithic era scattered […]


The Great Western Steam Railway

March 5, 2018 | Katharine


Here in the Cotswolds we are blessed with beautiful countryside, rolling hills, dark atmospheric forests, an abundance of plant life and wildlife and fabulous pubs and cafes to visit whilst out and about exploring. If that doesn’t make us lucky enough, we also have the Great Western Steam Railway on our doorstep meaning the smell […]


Beautiful Spring Blossom and the Best Places to See it in the Cotswolds

February 26, 2018 | Katharine


There is nothing that quite signals spring like seeing the trees filled with breathtakingly beautiful spring blossom. Starting to unfold in late February blackthorn flowers break the long baron winter with March bringing the delicate white flowers of pear, plum and damson trees. April and May see blooms of pink flowers from the cherry trees […]


How to Survive Race Week in the Cotswolds

February 19, 2018 | Katharine


If you’re a Cotswold local then you will either love or hate race week. Race week is when up to 200,000 people descend on the Cotswolds, primarily Cheltenham, for a week of horse racing that comes to a close on Gold Cup Day. The streets of Cheltenham are filled with tweed clothing, Barbour jackets, suited […]


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