Towns guide

Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are also translated into Kozwo, located in the southwest of England, where many classical towns are gathered, including the beautiful and built 14th-century Arlington Row Cottage in Bibury. ) well preserved, once stunning 19th centuryArtist William MorrisHe described it as "the most beautiful village in England".

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Background
Attractions
Activities
Cuisines
Transport
Tips & Tricks

Background

Cotswolds is located in the south of England, and the entire area covers the administrative region of Gloucestershire.OxfordCounty (Oxfordshire), an area of approximately 800 square miles, was selected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1966; it is also England, Northern Ireland and Wales. The largest AONB in (Wales).

There are many sayings about the name "Cotswolds". One of the most well-known explanations is that Cot refers to the sheep farm, and Wold refers to the hills. The combination is "the sheep farm on the hills." During the Middle Ages, the quality of the wool here was famous in Europe, and until now, many beautiful houses built during the flourishing period of the wool industry can still be seen.

Attractions

Bibury

Bibury is a beautiful and typical small village in the Cozwo area. Artist William Morris is known as "the most beautiful in England". The landmark was built in 1380 at Arlington Row. It used to be a wool store. After the 17th century, it was a weaving hut. It is now used as a private house. The No. 9 house has open access. Approximately 5 minutes walk from the townhouse, you can visit the 100-year-old trout farm.

Cotswolds, Cotswolds: Bibury

Little Venice Burton-on-the-water

On the water, Burton is known as the Cotswolds version of Venice. The small stone bridge on the river brings out the beautiful scenery. Visitors enjoy the leisurely walk along the river. There is also a mini version of The Model Village on the water. ) and the Cotswold Motoring Museum can be visited.

Cotswolds Lavender Farm

The lavender farm in Kozwo, the main flowering season is from mid-June to early August of each year, and the best flower viewing period is from early July to mid-July. In addition to flower viewing, the farm also sells lavender-related products such as skin care products and essential oils.

Castle Combe, Cotswolds

Castle Combe

Commburg (also translated by Kumburg) is located in the south of Cozywo, close toBath(Bath) A small town in the north. Castle Combe was once the scene of many movies, the most famous of which is The Wolf Man.

Britain's most beautiful country scenery

Activities

The Big Festival 2019

The Big Festival is an activity for adults and children. Combining music and food, you can enjoy the music and variety of food, from snacks to chefs of Michelin. Activities must be purchased for admission.

date 2019/8/23-8/25
Photo source The Big Festival

Cuisines

Delicious Salty The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed is an English-style pub serving friendly food and good food, and has been appreciated by British foodie Tom Parker Bowles. There is a garden seating area outside the bar, and it’s nice to sit and enjoy the view of the town. Specially recommended meat pie, Today's pie on the small blackboard next to the bar will indicate the taste of the day. The picture is chicken pie, the crust is crispy, the meat is juicy, the sauce is well seasoned, and I want to eat it again after eating! The Potting Shed is in a quiet environment in Crudwell, Crudwell. Visitors are no more than Bibury, but have a quiet beauty.

address The St, Crudwell, Malmesbury, SN16 9EW
Opening hours Monday to Sunday 11:00-23:00

The Putting Shed is an English-style pub in Crudwell, with a quiet and beautifully decorated garden. Photo by Serina

Transport

Traffic information

FromLondonVictoria Coach Station takes about 2.5 hours to take the National Express to Cirencester. From Cirencester, take the bus 855 to reach three towns: Bourton-on-the-Water, Northleach and Bibury.

There are many beautiful towns in Cotswolds. If you are driving by car, you can enjoy more time and flexibility. In addition, if you choose to participate in the local1-day tour, will not miss the classic route, is a good choice.

Tips & Tricks

Take a break on Burton on the water!

On-water Burton is a place to relax. Visitors will play with children here, and in the summer they will lie on the turf to soak up the sun and chat. Here, it is better to slow down the pace of tourism, sit on the river and enjoy the natural beauty, take a break, then proceed to the next stop!

Recommended trip

"Game of Thrones" Filming locations | 1 Day Tour | Departing from Belfast

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