Cotswold villages are located between Oxford and Gloucester in rural England.
All of the villages are in close proximity to one another.
Burford noted for churchyard tombs in the shape of wool bales
Cirencester - Medieval town, capital of the Cotswold area. Once an important town in Roman days.
Malmesbury - attraction: Abbey converted into a weaving shed
Tetbury - attraction: 17th century market hall that was used to trading wool
Filkins Museum- Cotswold woolen weavers - 18th century woolen mill permanent exhibition.
Traditional Cotswold stone country inn set in quiet location with easy access to Bath, Bristol and London
Lechlade on the upper Thames River
Hatton Court Gloucester UK Hotel is A former splendid Cotswold home located between the Cathedral City of Gloucester and the village of Painswick.
Stratton House Hotel Cirencester is The former home of a leading wool merchant in Cirencester, Stratton House Hotel is located near the centre of Cirencester - the capital of the Cotswolds.
Lords of the Manor Hotel is a 17th Century Former Rectory Located in the Heart of the Cotswolds. 9 Acres of Formal Gardens and Park Land. Nearby attractions: Famous Gardens of Kiftsgate and Hidcote. Blenheim Palace, the Roman City of Bath, Stratford-On-Avon and Many Other Picturesque Villages Are Close To Lords of the Manor.
Kelmscott Manor - once owned by William Mores who was a utopian craftsman
Chedworth cottages - 6 and half acres
Gloucester- is a Roman and medieval town, Cathedral is the top attraction.