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Description An exploration of this picturesque region of England with visits to Avebury's stone circle, the scenic towns of Chalford, Cheltenham and Marlborough and a tour of the railway town of Swindon. more

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Description The Cotswolds has some of the loveliest countryside and architecture in Britain. This splendid book looks at the buildings in over a hundred Cotswold villages in a text based on Alec Clifton-Taylor's ... more

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AdvantagesVery accurate detailed books

DisadvantagesI don't have time to do them all

...usually a good option for a picnic walk with older children. Orange Walks: Tougher walks, they may be longer, or over far tougher terrain, or both ? definitely not for most Grannies. The mix of walks varies from area to area, generally within the books there is a good selection of all colour types of walks, the Lake District ones do seem to have quite a few more orange ones than this Cotswold...

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“Cotswold On The Cheap!”

published 27/06/2009

AdvantagesLoads of animals, cheap, they are involved in conservation projects

DisadvantagesDosg are not allowed in all section

...I recently had a week away in Gloucestershire with my best friend and our dogs. We stayed in a little cottage and planned to see as many attractions as we could in a week. While looking though a brochure of all the local attractions, I spotted one called Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens and was really pleased to see that we were allowed to take the dogs with us for a day out. History In...

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“The Glorious Cotswolds”

published 23/06/2000

AdvantagesSheer beauty. Mellow stone buildings. Rustic nature

DisadvantagesHigh prices, Can get crowded

...The Cotswolds are truly one of the glories of England. The area which straddles part of Oxfordshire,Gloucester and Wiltshire,is an absolute delight for the eye. The rolling countryside is a joy,the architecture little short of stunning,and the Cotswolds a traditional part of the country that native Englishmen,exiles and foreign visitors end up usually adoring. Some of England's most beautiful...

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