Choose from a fine selection of holiday cottages, hotels, B&Bs, Inns, Premier Inns, Travelodges and more within the Cotswolds AONB. Pictured is Lower Slaughter.
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Top 10 Recommended Hotels in Cotswolds AONB


Lower Slaughter Manor A Relais & Chateaux Hotel, G
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Luxury hotel in the stunning Lower Slaughter. Burton-on-the-Water close and Stow-on-the-Wold to the north. Attractions such as Sudeley Castle and Broadway Tower an easy drive away.

Washbourne Court Hotel, Lower Slaughter
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A second luxury hotel in Lower Slaughter. It's a superb location to explore the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties. Note that Cheltenham is a short distance to the west.

Swan Bibury, Cirencester
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Bibury, 'the most beautiful village in England' according to William Morris. Worth visiting for Arlington Row Cottages alone. Close to Cirencester, 'Capital of the Cotswolds'.

Barcel The Lygon Arms, Broadway
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On Broadway high street, an exceptionally beautiful village to the north of the Cotswolds in Worcestershire. A walk around Broadway Tower and Broadway Tower Country Park is a must for the views.

Bibury Court, Gloucestershire
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By Bibury St Mary's Church within 'the most beautiful village in England' (see above). To the east of the Cotswolds.

Manor House, Moreton In Marsh
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Great location on the fringe of the north Cotswolds. There are a number of classic Cotswolds towns/villages within easy reach including Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton.

Whatley Manor, Wiltshire
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Just outside Malmesbury on the south east border of the Cotswolds. Malmesbury Abbey and Malmesbury Abbey House Gardens are a must. Westonbirt Arboretum is close and superb, especially in Autumn.

Mercure Queen's Hotel Cheltenham, Cheltenham
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Central Cheltenham, a famous spa town on the western boundary of the Cotswolds.

The Manor House Hotel And Golf Club, Castle Combe
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In Castle Combe which many believe to be the prettiest village in the UK. Bath to the south west and the superb Dyrham Park House to the west. Lacock to the south east and Malmesbury to the north east.

Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, Cirenceste
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Splendid waterside location between Cirencester (the Capital of the Cotswolds) and Swindon. Great walking and shopping.