Cotswold Tourism brings to you many types of Cotswolds Accommodation including Cotswolds bed and Breakfast, Cotswolds Pubs and Inns and Cotswolds Self Catering. The Categories menu is listed by either Accommodation type or you can search via Towns and Villages. Please feel free to use the search bar above.
Steeped in history throughout the ages there is plenty to see and do on your visit to the Cotswolds.
The Cotswolds has been associated with a historic past of the Uk dating back to druid times and left certain footprints in being so.
In the Roman age the Cotswolds was to become a center point and a ideal settlement for the Romans who would have used already badly made tracks to build the Fosseway which became one of the main Hubs for the their road structure.
Ideally suited for strategic defence some of the towns like Burford or Stow on the Wold were used as bases for the Civil War and Stow boasts hotels that were used by King Charles I for planning battles with many underground passages linking the old town.
More recently in the early 20th century it had a strong farming community linking it to its early wool trade which is how the money was raised to build the churches that are in the area. All the major towns in the area were market towns and still have offer markets today in Chipping Norton, Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh.
Now the Cotswolds has become one of the Uk’s top tourist destinations with visitors coming from many parts of the world, the Cotswolds has an estimated 12 million tourists every year.
There are many attractions and with the local walks and cycling routes or the star attractions, like the small villages of Bourton on the Water or Burford, there is a wealth of things to do and places to go in the Cotswolds. It truly is a hub for tourism and will leave you with plenty to do and yearning to come back again and see more.
Cotswold Tourism has dedictated its website to some of the most glourious Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Guesthouses and Self Catering Accomodation in the Cotswolds.
We are also featuring Restaurants in the Cotswolds, the standard of our local restaurants have become second to none over the last few years and with many now competing with some of the best restaurants in the UK. Not only is the locally sourced food tasteful and wonderful to eat, the owners will be only to happy to welcome you.