It’s been another great year in the Cotswold’s. We’ve enjoyed finding new things to do throughout the seasons. From stumbling on new farm shops and restaurants to discovering hidden walks and cycles in the Cotswold Water Park. Some of these hidden gems have come from the below blogs which we have loved reading throughout the year. Below are some of our favourites from 2014…
In our opinion, a good holiday has to involve good food. And the Cotswold’s is full of it. Head to this great blog to see some of the best food shops within reach of your lakeside getaway. Thanks to This Cotswold Girl blog.
We really enjoyed this list of winter walks in the Cotswold and are slowly working our way through them. It would certainly make a great new years resolution! Thanks to Shop Cotswolds blog
This blog summed up exactly how we felt when we found another similar farm shop, Jolly Nice. We will certainly be adding this smokery to our Cotswold Ultimate Guide next time we enjoy a day trip to Burford. Thanks Jenography.net
We’ve had many a fun night at the Gifford Circus and as described so quaintly it is rather an “anti-cirque du soleil” experience. You must add it to your family holiday itinerary. Thanks to An American in the Cotswolds blog.
Only got one day to explore the Cotswolds during your stay? This lovely itinerary has to be worth looking at – the great photos will surely inspire! It takes in lots of our favourites. Thanks to Dovaston’s Diaries blog.
Looking to get married in the Cotswolds? Followed by a honeymoon at the lake? Check out this great blog for inspiration. Thanks to Boho Weddings blog.
This smart blog combines some top tips for planning days out in the Cotswolds, a great checklist of things to see and some fantastic photos. Thanks to The Golden Diamonds blog.
If you are looking to really relax on holiday why not try a holiday chef! It’s up to you whether you want just a memorable dinner party during your stay or a full three meals a day. Benson’s can cater to your requirements. Thanks to Bensons Catering Ltd blog.