Cotswold Holiday Cottages
The best Cotswold holiday cottages are cottages that you will find if you travel to the west-central area of England. A range of hills, the Cotswolds have been called the "Heart of England" and designated by the United Kingdom government as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you want to explore this area, there is no better way than by booking a swell cottage and taking a short break or a longer holiday here.
- The Red House. The Red House is a holiday cottage in Cotswold made for people who are searching for stylish and high-quality digs. Located on the High Street of Moreton-in-Marsh, the Red House easily takes the number one spot because of its magical patio and garden areas that are ideal for a relaxing breakfast or a nice evening spent relaxing.
- The Old Chapel. The Old Chapel takes the two spot on account of its being a former chapel that has been converted into a holiday cottage for your amusement! A mellow-brick building, the Old Chapel is also right in the middle of all the most desirable spots in Cotswold, spots like a great pub only 100 yards away, a golf course nearby, and a horseback riding facility not too far away either.
- The Walnut Wing. A stone cottage in the popular village called Paxford, the Walnut Wing is full of the kind of rustic charm that only history can lend it. This stone cottage dates back all the way to the 16th century, which is why it steals the three spot on this best-of list. Featuring a sitting room with a fireplace, beamed ceilings, and an entrance hall, this holiday cottage in Cotswold oozes character.
- The Glebe Cottage. The Glebe Cottage can be found in Blockley, and is outfitted with so many amenities that it just had to be put on this list. Whatever you want in your Cotswald holiday cottage--an authentic wood-burner, a TV, a VCR, a CD player, a microwave, a dishwasher, bedding like duvets, and on-site parking--you will get.
- The Walnut Cottage. The newest available cottage in the Cotswold area, the Walnut Cottage is also one that has recently undergone some renovations, yet without destroying any of that old-time charm and character you'd expect in a Cotswold holiday cottage. The inside is also spacey with the capacity to sleep six people, double bedrooms, and a three-car garage.