"Think of England as a very large book. The Cotswolds would be an unfussy chapter in the middle somewhere where there is lots of limestone and even more sheep.” - Susan Meissner, Secrets of a Charmed Life
Unfussy. Because life slows down in the Cotswolds. Trickling rivers flow under toy-town bridges. Cottages line up on cobbled lanes. Rolling plains tumble into castles and manor houses.
Instead what you feel is a great surge of gratitude that a place like this exists. That you're lucky enough to be here. That your camera is fully charged and all that's expected of you is to enjoy where you are.
The Cotswolds is an English paradise full of charming little hamlets like Bibury.
This place earned the title of the prettiest village in England. And when you stroll by its honey-coloured stone cottages, cosy tearooms and colourful flower gardens; you’ll understand why.
Welcoming gastro pubs, cosy old inns and excellent restaurants make the Cotswolds a great foodie destination.
This area boasts a hundred different varieties of cheese and a wide array of meats, vegetables, beers and ales. So while visiting, make sure to tuck into the local delicacies.
Stately homes with immaculate gardens and vast interiors are dotted around the Cotswolds.
Gaze up at the grand architecture and wander the stunning rooms until you feel like an aristocrat.
Morning mists, rolling hills, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows.
This is the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England. And these landscapes are as tranquil as they are beautiful.