Cotswolds

Things to do
in the Cotswolds

SUE TAYLOR shares a taste of some of the attractions of the Cotswolds, plus where to camp


Things to do in the Cotswolds

By SUE TAYLOR
Posted on 19 March 2021

Nestled between the bustling cities of Oxford and Bristol the Cotswolds is the place to experience some of Britain’s prettiest countryside and quaintest villages. And covering around 800 square miles there's planty to see and do. There’s no better place to begin your exploration of the Cotswolds than in Winchcombe, in the north of the region. The Club’s Winchcombe Site is a stone’s throw from Winchcombe town with its honey-coloured stone cottages, black and white half-timbered buildings and the splendid St Peter’s church renowned for its many gargoyles. Winchcombe enjoys Walkers are Welcome status and hosts an annual walking festivel, though this year the pandemic has pushed the usual May event back to October.

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