Alastair Sawday TheCotswolds (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay)
Famous for its cobbled streets and honey-stone cottages, bustling market towns and breathtaking scenery, the Cotswolds are high on the list of places to visit...... more
Famous for its cobbled streets and honey-stone cottages, bustling market towns and breathtaking scenery, the Cotswolds are high on the list of places to visit for anyone serious about exploring Britain's countryside. This small format guide brings together over 100 Special Places to Stay: B&Bs, self-catering cottages, hotels, inns and pubs.
Katie Jarvis The Best of Britain: Cotswolds: Accessible, contemporary guides by local authors
The Best of Britain: Cotswolds Uncovering the Best of Britain, this holiday guide to the Cotswolds gives visitors contemporary information from locals...... more
The Best of Britain: Cotswolds Uncovering the Best of Britain, this holiday guide to the Cotswolds gives visitors contemporary information from locals themselves, including where to find stylish restaurants, cosy gastro pubs, boutique hotels and the finest local produce. Plus all the modern facilities and quirky attractions to create a perfect break. Full description
William Fricker North Cotswold Classic Walks (Goldeneye Walkinguides)
10 circular walks in the northern Cotswolds to and from pubs, hotels and tea rooms Walks graded from easy to medium - none are too difficult Laminated for...... more
10 circular walks in the northern Cotswolds to and from pubs, hotels and tea rooms Walks graded from easy to medium - none are too difficult Laminated for foul-weather protection Each route has an easy-to-use fold-out map Clear directions
Tricia Hayne Cotswold Way: Chipping Campden to Bath (Trailblazer British Walking Guides)
The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile National Trail that runs from Chipping Campden to Bath, following the beautiful Cotswold escarpment for most of its course. The...... more
The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile National Trail that runs from Chipping Campden to Bath, following the beautiful Cotswold escarpment for most of its course. The trail leads through quintessentially English countryside with little villages of honey-coloured stone to the well-known town of Bath. 5 town plans and 50 large-scale walking maps - at just under 1: 20,000 - showing route times, places to stay, points of interest and much more Itineraries for all walkers - whether walking the route in its entirety over seven to eight days or sampling the highlights on day walks and short breaks Practical information for all budgets - camping, bunkhouses, hostels, B&Bs, pubs and hotels; Chipping Campden to Bath - where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans Comprehensive public transport information - for all access points on the Cotswold Way. Flora and fauna - four page full colour flower guide, plus an illustrated section on local wildlife Green hiking - understanding the local environment and minimizing our impact on it Bath city guide
Time Out Guides Ltd Time Out Weekend Breaks in Great Britain & Ireland - 2nd Edition (Time Out Guides)
Presents thirty different destinations that cover some of Great Britain and Ireland's most beautiful, characterful and interesting areas. The Breaks include the...... more
Presents thirty different destinations that cover some of Great Britain and Ireland's most beautiful, characterful and interesting areas. The Breaks include the coast (stretches of seaside, isolated marshes, sophisticated resort towns), rural retreats (from the Cotswolds to Scotland), towns and cities, and the boutique hotels and spas.
Advantages: Modern, new, good condition, large rooms, excellent conference organisation Disadvantages: It does not have the character of some Cotswolds properties.
...Last month I decided that it would be a good idea to take some training courses in order to demonstrate that I was being a good accountant and keeping up with my "Continuing Professional Development". Something we accountants have to do. A few hours later I was booked on a two and a half day residential course which was to be held in the Cotswold Water Park Hotel, part of the Four Pillars Hotel...
Advantages: Very accurate detailed books Disadvantages: I 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...
Advantages: Loads of animals, cheap, they are involved in conservation projects Disadvantages: Dosg 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.