Scattered with small pretty towns and villages providing lovely places to while away the time, the Cotswolds is easily identified by its mellow stone buildings.
Across the breathtaking countryside is a wealth of interesting places to visit, including magnificent castles, ancient churches, glorious gardens, stately homes with historic houses. Spend the day exploring the picturesque Cotswold countryside, browse in an art gallery or antique shop, or simply soak up the history of the area. Shop at some of the oldest chartered weekly markets in the country. Head to the picturesque market towns to shop or take time out for a leisurely ramble and stop for a meal in a traditional pub. The Cotswolds stretch from Ilmington in Warwickshire for over 100 miles to historic Bath and owe much of their historic wealth to the wool industry of yesteryear.
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