Dog-friendly cottage with a heated outdoor swimming pool and four bedrooms, a modern kitchen, a utility room, dining area and living room with wood-burner.
Browse our collection of highly-rated Cotswolds holiday properties. You’ll find traditional cottages, barn conversions, timber-framed properties and quirky holiday homes. They’re situated in a variety of idyllic locations throughout the region.
Detached cottage with one double bedroom, a first floor bathroom with bath, a modern, well-equipped kitchen/diner and a living room with wood-burning stove.
Woodmans Cottage has two bedrooms, an open plan living area comprising a large kitchen with dining table and a living area which leads to a patio garden.
Former orangery with two bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower over and an open plan living area featuring a well-equipped kitchen and a living room.
This barn conversion has one king-size double, a bathroom with bath and shower, a fitted kitchen with dining area and a living room with double sofa bed.
The Hayloft has an open-plan ground-floor with kitchen, dining section and sitting area. Outside is a shared swimming pool and six-seat hot tub.
Semi-detached cottage with three double bedrooms and numerous character features such as beamed walls and ceilings, an inglenook fireplace and slate floors.
Grade II listed watermill that’s set out over three floors and includes 2 bedrooms, a shower room, a kitchen with breakfast-bar and living room.
A cosy barn conversion with open-plan living area consisting of a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a snug living room.
Thatched holiday cottage in the village of Bretforton with a characterful interior that retains many original features including wall and ceiling beams.
Grade II listed holiday property in the Malvern Hills with 2 bedrooms, a shower room, a large kitchen with dining area and an elevated garden.
The Lock House in Gloucester is a former lock keeper’s house which is located to local amenities and affords scenic riverside views.
The Cotswolds are situated in South West England and cover a number of counties including Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. It spans almost 800 square miles and is the largest Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the United Kingdom.
The landscape consists of rolling hills, water meadows and picturesque river valleys, occasionally punctuated by sleepy hamlets. Other picturesque features of this region include The Windrush, Coln and Evenlode streams, which meander through the countryside past towns such as Stow-on-the-Wold and Eynsham and on towards the great River Thames.
The Cotswold Way is a 100 mile trail that runs between Chipping Campden and Bath. It allows visitors to truly appreciate these varied and inspiring countryside settings. Beechwood trees grow in abundance around this part of the world and provide a colourful backdrop to the attractive surroundings.
Scattered along this protected region lie a number of historic villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water, which consists of low bridges and Cotswold stone houses - it is one of the most idyllic settings in the Cotswolds.
Chipping Campden is one of the oldest and nestles in the hills. It has a 15th Century church as well a Jacobean market hall. Other historical towns include the Elizabethan market town Tetbury, famed for its 17th Century town hall and Chipping Steps and the village of Broadway, with its honey coloured stone buildings and Norman church.
See our guide to the Cotswolds for further info about this beautiful region.