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Cotswold Tourist Information

The Cotswolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in England covering parts of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and North East Somerset. A Cotswolds fact sheet, including a map of the area explains more. In Summary the Cotswolds covers an area of 790 sq. miles (92,038sq kms) and is the second largest protected landscape in Britain with a population of approximately 139,000 within the designated area.

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Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty now officially share the same landscape quality and status as National Parks within Britain. Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as the Cotswolds, and the UK National Parks are the major tourist destinations within the UK. Places worth a visit when touring the Cotswolds trail include: -

  • Burford: Situated within North Oxfordshire Burford is a beautiful historic town dating from the Anglo-Saxon era. The river Windrush flows through the town which has a wonderful and quaint high street with plenty of shops, tearooms and pubs.
  • Tewkesbury: The town of Tewkesbury resides in Gloucestershire and is an absolute must visit for visitors to the Cotswolds. The architecture of Tewkesbury has hardly changed since the middle ages. The town is dominated by the 12th-century Abbey and its Norman tower - the tallest one of its kind in England.
  • Bath: A World Heritage city, Bath is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The hot springs of the "Roman Baths" are one of the top attractions. As well as all the attractions this top city has to offer the tourist, don't forget to visit the surrounding rolling hills of Somerset and its waterways.
  • Bourton-on-the-Water: One of the most popular places within the Cotswolds for the tourist. The River Windrush flows through the village meandering under a series of small stone bridges. There is an abundance of tourist shops and Birdland is worth a visit to see a wide variety of exotic birds and penguins.

The towns and villages mentioned above are just a taster of the many places and attractions to visit within the Cotswolds. Accommodation within the Cotswolds area is plentiful including cottages to rent, hotels and guesthouses.

Cotswold cottages can be booked on this page with the added advantage of being instantly available. Cotswold hotels and B&B can also be booked online with availability and instant confirmation. Treat yourself to a holiday / vacation in the Cotswolds, one of the UK's premier tourist destinations for visitors from the world over. You won't be disappointed.