Our Famous Cotswold tour takes in the wonderful North Cotswolds region which we call home. Home to some of the most picturesque villages in England, elegant manor houses, dreamy gardens, grand palaces and magnificent scenery, the Cotswolds has something to offer for everybody. With a thriving food scene, leading boutique shops, family attractions, filming locations and a preserved heritage, your local tour guide is here to find out your interests and tailor this day to perfect your time in the Cotswolds.
We can you to the well-known highlights including, Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the-Wold and Lower Slaughter but we’ll mainly take you off the beaten track to villages such as Blockley and Stanton.
We could discover where the monks came to worship in Hailes, in Naunton witness a delightful village tucked away where Lewis Carroll had the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland. Explore where Father Brown is filmed, or learn where Jane Austen lived. We’ll show you the best thatched houses in the World or simply stop for a picnic overlooking the rolling hills. For a true taste of the Cotswolds you can stop by our family farm and try your hand at some dry stonewalling famous to the Cotswolds, or pick some peas in the fields and stroll across the meadows full of Cotswold sheep.
Using our local knowledge we will give you a real taste of the Cotswolds away from the major tourist spots and immerse you into our local Cotswold culture, our famous Cotswold tour is the tour to take when visiting the Cotswolds for the first time.
Toured with Cotswold Tours & Travel for five consecutive days. Our three driver guides were outstanding. They all knew the Cotswolds extremely well, including local history and geography. Each day we were introduced to a new portion of this outstandingly beautiful region. A different and fun portion was a morning with a lady falconer who got us personally involved in handling her birds o...
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