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 Things To Do in Cotswolds AONB


Dyrham Park House

Rare example of a seventeenth century country house influenced by Dutch taste. Deer Park here since 1620. Brilliant day out.

Corinium Museum

Collection includes material from the Neolithic to Victorian period, but as it's located in Roman Britain's second city, it concentrates on the Roman period.

Royal Crescent

On the border of the AONB. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath City. Essential UK visiting.

Westonbirt Arboretum

Along with Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent, Westonbirt is one of the Forestry Commission's two National Arboreta.

Malmesbury Abbey

The great Saxon King Athelestan buried here in 941, an indication of its importance at the time. On the border of the AONB.

Sudeley Castle

Burial place of Queen Catherine Parr, Henry VIII's sixth wife. A short drive from Hailes Abbey.

Cirencester St John the Baptist Church

The 'Cathedral of the Cotswolds' and the largest parish church in Gloucestershire.

Arlington Row Cottages

Weavers' cottages built in the seventeenth century in one of the UK's most beautiful villages. Part of the Cotswolds AONB.

Broadway Tower

The visitor can see thirteen counties from Broadway Tower on a clear day. (Not when we were there).

Cotswolds Wildlife Park, Oxfordshire

Part of the Bradwell Grove estate, Cotswolds Wildlife Park is set in sixty acres of land. Great place for families.