Cotswolds Blog


The Cotswolds, quintessential English countryside known the world over for the honey coloured stone of the buildings, the gently rolling hills criss-crossed with dry stone walls, a myriad of footpaths and trails, interlaced with babbling brooks and rivers and the occasional pub! 

If you're looking for somewhere to stay in the Cotswolds, there is a huge array of hotels, pubs, inns and b&b's and more to choose from. Let's Stay Cotswolds will help you find the perfect place to stay.



  • Discover the Cotswolds

    Sim Bowman 13 February 2013

    If you're thinking about a holiday or short break in the Cotswolds you'll probably also be thinking about things to do and places to visit - we've compiled a few suggestions...

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  • Cotswolds breaks

    Sim Bowman 18 January 2013

    Are you planning, thinking about, contemplating, a short break or maybe a longer stay in the Cotswolds?

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  • The Old Swan and Minster Mill, a joy in winter....

    Sim Bowman 13 December 2012

    The Old Swan and Minster Mill at Minster Lovell in Oxfordshire is a wonderful place to be at any time of year, but in the depths of winter it really comes into its own.......

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  • Cotswolds pubs - The Five Alls at Filkins

    Sim Bowman 07 November 2012

    What is it that makes an English country pub so attractive? There are several factors and the Cotswolds is home to a good few pubs that have them all.

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  • Cotswolds towns and villages - Burford Oxfordshire

    Sim Bowman 26 September 2012

    Burford in Oxfordshire - well we had to start somewhere. There are any number of towns and villages in the Cotswolds that have been described as the most picturesque or the most idyllic - we wont try to rank them, just tempt you to visit and enjoy them and maybe stay nearby....

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  • Cotswolds pubs - The Inn at Fossebridge

    Sim Bowman 25 September 2012

    If there is one thing that perfectly captures the essence of the English countryside it is the pubs and the Cotswolds has more than it's fair share....

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