July 12, 2016 | admin
The Cotswolds attract nature lovers and walking enthusiasts from around the world, not to mention thousands of tourists looking to visit some of the most beautiful areas that England has to offer. There are so many historically rich and interesting places to visit that it’s hard to make your way to every single ‘must see’ […]
The Top 5 Picnic Spots in the Cotswolds
June 6, 2016 | admin
Regardless of the time of year, the Cotswolds are a delight to behold. However, summer really brings this gorgeous area of England to bright heights, with sun, blooming nature and bustling wildlife. The Cotswolds offer truly spectacular views with rolling hills, open skies, rivers and, more importantly for the avid picnic goer, an abundance of […]
Why your next holiday should be an active one!
April 26, 2016 | admin
It’s very easy to become complacent on holiday. Many of us tend to indulge in too much rich food whilst not doing very much in terms of exercise. However, there’s been a recent surge in people desperately seeking ways to keep active on their holidays, and what better way to do that then to book […]
A Walking Holiday in the Heart of the Cotswolds
March 24, 2016 | admin
There is plenty to discover in the heart of the Cotswolds, with each place offering a unique experience. Spring is a beautiful time to explore the Cotswolds by foot, so if you want to discover more about the best locations in the area, this walk could be the right choice: Moreton-in-Marsh Our Heart of the […]
What to do in the Cotswolds: Spring 2016
March 14, 2016 | admin
The Cotswolds thrives all year round, but the run up to summer brings some of the best entertainment in the area. Without further ado, here are some of the top activities, festivals and events to attend during your visit to the Cotswolds this spring: Easter Easter is just around the corner, and is a perfect […]
A Guide to Angling in the Cotswolds
January 14, 2016 | admin
Among the delightful cafe culture and picturesque rural landscape, the Cotswolds contains many lakes and river systems, some of which provide magnificent trout fly fishing and other fishing opportunities in both stillwater and running water environments. Some Cotswold rivers have been compared to the rich chalk streams of Hampshire. These lush rivers provide a perfect, […]
Top 5 Farmers Markets in the Cotswolds
September 2, 2015 | admin
As a productive agricultural area, the Cotswolds is the ideal place to sample local produce and there are many farmers’ markets dotted across the region in the various market towns and villages. From locally produced cheese to speciality sausages, there is an extraordinary range of quality food created here. Take a morning out to explore […]
Our Guide to The Cheltenham Literary Festival 2015
August 10, 2015 | admin
The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival (aka The Cheltlitfest) was founded in 1949 and to date is the longest running literary festival in the world. From its humble beginnings in 1949, the festival has continued to gain momentum and attract some of the greatest writing talents from around the globe. Initially launched […]
Cheese Making is Alive & Well
June 16, 2015 | admin
The Cotswolds is a haven for luxury, home-made food that is celebrated by locals alongside tourists during events and holidays. The history and character of the Cotswolds is also appreciated by the traditional, local produce in pubs and restaurants, with cheese being one of the most popular products to come from the area. The process […]
A Practical Guide to Packing a Picnic
May 21, 2015 | admin
‘Tis the season for picnics! Whether you are with friends of family, spending the day on a soft bed of grass in the sunshine always makes for a relaxing and fun day out. Before you embark on a picnic trip however, it’s useful to plan ahead in terms of food and items so you […]
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An eight night (or fewer if preferred) circular walking Holiday of the Cotswolds with shorter walking days.
A 5 night/4 day self-guided walking holiday that offers the best of the Cotswold experience – the most beautiful villages, the finest views and the most interesting places.
This Cotswold Journeys route includes the best parts of the Cotswold Way as well as some exceptional villages and landscapes that are not on the official route, including Northleach and Cirencester.
A 3 night/4 day self-guided easy walking holiday in the heart of William Morris country. Starting in Bibury, which Morris himself described as the ‘most beautiful village in England’.
We can offer any of our walking holidays on an upgrade or luxury basis by using the best hotels available in each place.
This tour takes in the beautiful towns and villages of the South Cotswolds such as Winchcombe, Bourton-on-the-Water, Northleach & Painswick.
A five day walking holiday beginning and ending in Bath. It is best to commence this walking tour on a Sunday in order to secure accommodation in Bath.
This is a self-guided short break linking Moreton-in-Marsh with Broadway and including Chipping Campden and Batsford Arboretum. It is a delightful two-day walk, with three nights accommodation, in one of the loveliest parts of the Cotswolds.