Cotswolds Guided Tours Travel Guide
Locals Lucy & Richard Lambert, love showing guests around on their award-winning Cotswold tours. They often have guests ask for hotel recommendations in their three pick up points. Below you will find out where you can stay so if you are starting your Cotswold tour from Moreton in Marsh, taking a small group Cotswold tour from Stow on the Wold or joining one of our amazing Cotswolds tours from Chipping Campden. Then we hope you will find lots of useful information on the following pages.
The Cotswolds, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covering almost 800 square miles. It is the second largest protected landscape in England. The Cotswolds extends 90 miles long by 25 miles wide, filled with stunning market towns & gorgeous villages. Famed for its honey coloured stone which characterises the region, the stone is darker in the North & lighter in the South. Used extensively as a filming location for television & films such as 'The Holiday' & 'Bridget Jones' Diary', along with television shows, such as Father Brown, Morse & Downtown Abbey. The rolling hills offer excellent walking territory with the most famous footpath the 'Cotswolds Way' extending 102 miles from Bath to Chipping Campden. Lucy & Richard Lambert live in the North of the region & focus their tours & day trips around this stunning area. The Cotswolds is easily accessible from England's capital, London & the University city of Oxford, making it ideal as a day trip. For those who wish to stay longer, the Cotswolds offers the ideal escape to the country. We hope the travel guides below will give you an insight into specific locations.
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