The Cotswolds


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Queens Hotel lounge
The Queens Hotel
Ellenborough Park outside
Ellenborough Park
Lords of the Manor gardens
Lords of the Manor
The Swan Hotel
Tewkesbury Park
Tewkesbury Park
The Hare And Hounds Hotel
Hare and Hounds Hotel

Our Hotels

You’re at the right place here at if you’re looking for luxury hotels in the Cotswolds. We’ve carefully compiled a selection of only the very best hotels which are dotted in and around this beautiful part of the country, in a quest to make your search for the perfect hotel as straightforward as possible.

Things to do in the Cotswolds

From exploring picture perfect villages to visiting ancient castles, there are endless things to do in the Cotswolds. Whether you’re planning a family break, romantic escape or a festive stay, we can point you in the right direction with our suggestions for the best places to visit in the Cotswolds.

Out and About

Owing to the breathtaking scenery and idyllic country roads and trails, the area is perfect for exploring, either on foot or by bicycle. With such a wide selection of dog friendly hotels in the Cotswolds, there’s no need to leave your four legged friend behind.

The Cotswold Way is a wonderful trail that reaches from Bath to Chipping Campden, taking in some of the best sites along the way. Depending on how far you would like to travel, you can discover pretty churches, villages and historic houses.

Tewkesbury Heritage and Visitor Centre

Within the 17th century building you can learn about the history of the region, from the War of the Roses to the Civil War. There are also plenty of organised activities perfect for a family day out.

Secret Cottage Tour

Take a magical tour of the villages in the Cotswolds and enjoy cream tea in the Secret Cottage. This is a great way to see traditional thatched cottages, winding lanes and beautiful countryside.

Other popular tourist attractions include Cirencester’s Corinium Museum, where you can learn about Roman history. If shopping’s more your thing, head to one of the many farmers’ markets.

Horse racing is a favourite pastime in the Cotswolds. World-famous, the Cheltenham Festival takes place right on the doorstep of the Cotswolds, and the atmosphere here is truly amazing.

Some of the best places to visit in the Cotswolds include Broadway, Bath, Castle Combe, Barnsley and Tetbury.

Spas in the Cotswolds

If you’re after a little more ‘me time’, stay in a hotel with its very own spa. Indulge in treatments and make use of the excellent facilities, where you’ll get to enjoy hydrotherapy pools, mood enhancing thermal suites, outdoor heated swimming pools, champagne nail bars, hot tubs and more.