Things To Look Forward To In The Cotswolds This Autumn

September 3, 2018 | Katharine

I always feel a bit sorry for Autumn, it is usually met with a heavy heart from people who are sad to see the summer months disappear to cooler days and darker evenings, but in reality autum is a month that should be celebrated for all of its glory. You’ll never find colours in nature […]

The 5 Best Cotswold Walks For The Older Generation

August 27, 2018 | Katharine

As humans we are all different in so many ways, we have different personalities that like different things, we have different fitness levels that require different walks and we are different ages so enjoy different activities and are better suited to some things more than others. It is certainly not our place to say who […]

5 Reasons To Take A Trip To Stroud

August 20, 2018 | Katharine

Situated below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills at the meeting point of the Five Valleys, Stroud is a really gorgeous Cotswold town. With hilly streets, lanes filled with one off stores, an abundance of trendy cafes and beautiful countryside surrounding the town it is a really lovely spot to explore the Cotswolds from […]

The Best Fruit Picking In The Cotswolds

August 13, 2018 | Katharine

With an abundance of fruit growing in the Cotswolds it can be really lovely to go along to fruit farms and do some fruit picking.  You know you’re getting the freshest fruit that hasn’t been transported across land and sea, plus its quite good fun picking the best looking produce – if you’ve got children […]

Geocaching in the Cotswolds

August 6, 2018 | Katharine

The Cotswolds are a magnificent area of outstanding natural beauty with rolling hills, forests, blooming fields and wildlife at each turn, so it will come as no surprise that this is a perfect spot for walkers. There are an abundance of walking trails, pathways and little towns and quaint English villages and towns to stroll […]

Cotswold Budget Friendly Ideas For the Summer Holidays

July 30, 2018 | Katharine

The summer holidays are great, we get our little ones back full time for six weeks for fun and games, but this can also be a costly time too with holidays booked and lots of entertaining to be done. Entry fees to attractions are really expensive these days, particularly if you have multiple children and […]

10 Common Mistakes Made By Walkers

July 23, 2018 | Katharine

Whether we are beginner walkers starting out on our first journey or we have been hiking for years, we all make mistakes that are detrimental to not only the enjoyment of our walk but also to our safety and well being. But which mistakes do we humans make the most when embarking upon a hiking […]

The Best Sunny Summer Days Out With Kids in The Cotswolds

July 16, 2018 | Katharine

It is shaping up to be a beautiful English summer which lets face it we aren’t always used to! If you’ve got children you’ll want to be making the most of the beautiful sunshine and discovering all of the best places to visit on a summer day out. Whether you love splashing around in water, […]

The 5 Best Summer Walks in the Cotswolds

July 2, 2018 | Katharine

  There is never a bad time to put on your walking boots, pack a bag and go for a walk in the Cotswolds, the scenery is stunning whatever the time of year and each season brings something different. Summer though is just gorgeous, sunshine on your face, hill walks with sensational sunset views and […]

Rainy Days With Kids in the Costwolds

June 25, 2018 | Katharine

We all love it when the weather is good and we can get outside with our kids, it opens up so many more doors and opportunities for having fun and exploring, but what can we do when those rainy days set in and getting outside just means getting completely drowned and having a miserable time? […]

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