One of the most beautiful regions in England.
Whether you fancy visiting quirky properties, colourful gardens or manors full of heritage, there is arguably no better place in England.
One of Oxfordshire Cotswolds’ greatest secrets is the splendid array of landscape scenes. This is where grazing sheep, ancient woodlands and the richness of the honey-coloured limestone mix together, creating an unforgettable experience. There are so many enchanting places for you to explore, from the splendour of Blenheim Palace and Cotswolds’ Highest Castle, Broadway Tower, to the romantic ruins of Minster Lovell Hall and the treasure trove of Snowshill Manor.
The Oxfordshire Cotswolds will leave you in awe by its thatched medieval villages and splendid manor houses, but it will also provide you with the perfect opportunity to see some of the oldest and most fascinating places in the country.
It’s not just the tourists from all over the world who are drawn to the area by its postcard-pretty villages, walking trails and natural beauty. Movie and TV producers are keen as well to use the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire as backdrops for their productions. You may have even recognised it already when watching Downton Abbey, The Holiday, Emma, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Midsomer Murders, Inspector Morse, and many others.