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Christmas Markets in the Cotswolds

by vicky
Christmas markets in the cotswolds

Cheltenham Christmas Market Cheltenham Christmas Market will run from 24th of November until the 17th of December, taking up the whole of the promenade. Enjoy over 40 stalls selling everything from handmade gifts to food and drink. Make sure you grab a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie as you walk underneath the […]

Luxury Celeb Homes in the Cotswolds

by vicky

The Cotswolds has long been described as ‘the Lake District for Londoners’, offering a similar laid back way of life but with the added advantage that it’s just a couple of hours drive away from the city. Many British celebs have turned to the Cotswolds in recent years, snapping up luxury homes among the scenery, […]

A Guide to Christmas in the Cotswolds

by vicky

People like to spend their Christmas in different ways. Some like to gather with their families at home, while others prefer to take a short break. Whether you’re with your family, friends or partner, Christmas can be a great time to book a break in the Cotswolds, especially if you work in the city and […]

A Guide: Tetbury Food and Drink Festival

by vicky

If the Cotswolds had to be defined by one thing, it would have to be by the natural beauty of its landscapes, which also encompasses its agriculture, and with great agriculture comes great food. So it comes as no surprise that the Cotswold town of Tetbury hosts a food and drink festival every year, teeming […]

Olympics or Olimpicks?

by vicky
Real Olimpiks

On Sunday 1st July 2012 the Olympic torch will be making its way through Chipping Campden and by this date Olympic fever will have taken hold.  If you are touring here then do make a point of hanging around the town to see this once in a lifetime event. But, on Friday 1 June 2012 Robert […]

Ebrington Diamond Jubilee Boundry Stones

by vicky
Boundary Stones

Ebrington village, which is 1.5 miles from Chipping Campden and in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is having 8 Cotswold stones to mark the parish boundary – all of them individual, but each having a diamond logo and year denoting the Diamond Jubilee. Some will be upright and some will be lying flat […]