27 May Visiting the Cotswolds
Visiting the Cotswolds: Cotswolds is among the most essential and unspoiled places in England where every visitor must like to see its uniqueness. Generally the area consists of rich culture, history and natural beauty with old limestone villages that rolls to the countryside, with magnificent historic castles, beautiful gardens and stately homes. Cotswolds is the country’s biggest officially designated space with outstanding natural beauty with the unique area officially covering 790 square miles in the northern part of the England’s southwest region.
Familiar with local and international visitors from across the globe, this place is distinguished by its gentle hillsides ‘wolds’ that outstands the countryside with water meadows, river valleys, beech woods, historic market, and sleepy old limestone villages which has stood for more than 300 years. In entire Cotswolds, stone features in stone and building walls are the usual thread within the seamlessly blending historic villages and towns within its surrounding landscape.
There are also outdoor activity pursuits that include cycling, walking, garden visits, fishing, caravanning, camping and horse riding. The events calendar offers updates with the events that take place in the whole year apart from the maps that are issued for the entire region. With numerous places to visit, Cotswolds is rich in history, several places for accommodation and places to eat. Also, the place consists shopping centers, gardens, tourist attractions, visitor activities, and several areas for adventure.
On other side it has excellent arts crafts and music, equestrian, dog friendly activities, strange things and filming locations. Also there are steam railways, famous people/celebs, and wedding activities. Cotswolds hosts accommodation in friendly hotels with Bed and breakfasts, B&Bs, cosy holiday cottages and homely Guest Houses. Others are camping and caravan sites, Cotswold Country-House hotels, congenial country inns and pubs and cosy holiday cottages.
Some of the places you can eat in Cotwolds are Berkeley, Broadway, Chipping Norton, Cotswolds Water Park, Bibury, Bradford on Avon, Burford, Chipping Campden, Cirencester, and Evesham among others.