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Cotswolds Overview
A range of low hills in the west of England characterised by its small towns and stone-built villages, set within a picturesque landscape
Berkeley Castle
The ancient home of one of England's oldest families
One of England's prettiest villages
Blenheim Palace
A grand palace filled with classic paintings, tapestries, furniture, and surrounded by landscaped gardens
Bourton on the Water
One of the most well-known settlements in the Cotswold Hills, known as the Venice of the Cotswolds
Referred to as "the jewel of the Cotswolds" and overlooked by its unique tower
The southern gate to the Cotswolds
The largest town within the Cotswolds and famous for its horse racing
Chipping Campden
The richest wool town in the Cotswolds
Chipping Norton
The highest town in Oxfordshire
The second-biggest settlement in Roman Britain
An ancient market town situated on the River Coln
A medium-sized city in South-West England, dominated by its waterways
Moreton in Marsh
A Cotswolds market town on an ancient Roman transport route
Stow on the Wold
The highest settlement in the Cotswolds
A traditional market town in the heart of the Cotswolds
A historic wool town in the Southern Cotswolds
Upper and Lower Slaughter
Two terrifyingly named, but beautiful villages in the Cotswolds
Once a Saxon settlement and then the site of a great Abbey

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