The Cotswolds provide over 800 square miles of unspoiled countryside with its rustic rural charm, rolling hills, lively market towns, and picture-perfect villages.
The Cotswold Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in west-central England, are home to charming towns made of Cotswold stone, magnificent churches, and large manor homes. The area was historically known for its wool manufacturing, with remnants still visible today, from the beautiful town of Cirencester, which can trace its history back to Roman times, to the honey-coloured cottages of Bourton-on-the-Water, Bibury, and Burford.
On your journey to exploring one of Britain’s most magnificent sites, visit Sudeley Castle and Gardens, reach the heights of Broadway Tower, and immerse yourself with nature at Westonbirt Arboretum.
Located in the picturesque village of Bourton on the Water, the Cotswold Motoring Museum is a fascinating journey through the 20th century that the whole family can enjoy. The Museum is bulging with great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking motorcycles, enamel signs and an intriguing collection of motoring curiosities! Brum, the BBC TV's little super hero car whose adventures start and end at the museum can be found there every day.