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3 things you need to do in The Cotswolds this Autumn

The Cotswolds are known for being an area of outstanding beauty and would make the ideal backdrop to any peaceful break away from home. If you are thinking of visiting The Cotswolds this autumn, we have put together 3 things any passers-by should ensure they do during their stay in this incredibly beautiful county.

Such beautiful villages

Such beautiful villages

Antique Shopping

You can’t visit The Cotswolds without having a rummage through the extensive amount of antique shops on offer. Due to its ancient heritage, The Cotswolds have become known for their antiques and they are definitely not short of them. Visit the market towns of Tetbury and Stow-on-the-Wold, which are renowned for their independent stores, and there is even a monthly fleamarket held in St Edwards Hall where you may find some fascinating pieces!

 

 

Take a Stroll

Great walks

Great walks

 

The Cotswolds really does make the perfect setting for an afternoon stroll with your friends, family and pets. With the cool chill in the air and the vibrant autumn colours, you will see The Cotswolds in all its natural beauty and charm. You will be spoilt for choice with the countless walking trails to choose from around the county, all offering incredible views of the gorgeous autumnal scenery.

Visit the Local Country Pub

Nothing like a pub lunch

Nothing like a pub lunch

 

After an exciting day exploring all that The Cotswolds has to offer, there is nothing better than visiting a quintessentially English pub. The Cotswolds are known for their array of excellent traditional English taverns, and their distinct ancient buildings and original features. Stop by for lunch or dinner and try the delicious locally sourced ingredients, and wash it down with a pint of Ale from the local breweries.

 

If you love the idea of spending a few more days in the Cotswolds, we have some amazing places for you to stay – have a look at our cottages in the Cotswolds. From huge country mansions to tiny little boltholes just for two, you can find so much variety!  Just call our booking office which are on hand 7 days a week, just lovely to have a break away to look forward to!

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