The North Cotswolds

The Cotswolds fulfil most people’s idea of a ‘typical’ English landscape. The beauty of the Cotswolds is unique in that much of it is man-made. The distinctively picturesque Cotswold villages are typified by churches, manor houses, cottages and tithe barns all constructed from beautiful, mellow, honey-coloured stone. The same honey-coloured stone has been used to construct the myriad network of dry stone walls which criss-crosses the landscape of undulating hills, lush meadows and wooded river valleys.

 

iStock-466334021; Chipping Campden market hall

 

The Cotswolds undoubtedly boasts some of England’s best known villages, and our walks will take us to Snowshill, Stanton, Stanway, Broadway, the Slaughters, Broad Campden and Winchcombe. Chipping Campden - ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’ - where we base this holiday, has one of the most complete and unspoilt Medieval high streets in Europe.

 

  Door in Snowshill
 
 
Of course, the joy of a guided walking holiday in the Cotswolds isn’t simply dependent on the villages, as the area also possesses ancient woodland, pastoral river valleys and the sweeping curves of the Cotswold Escarpment. Our walks will explore the villages; meander through the valleys of the rivers Eye and Windrush; and climb above the villages to enjoy the extensive views from Dover’s Hill and Broadway Hill. 

 

Broadway Tower; iStock-171329474

 

We stay at The Noel Arms Hotel, a handsome old coaching inn which occupies a prominent location on the high street of the historic 'wool town' of Chipping Campden, overlooking the Jacobean Market Hall and the War Memorial. The Noel Arms is one of the oldest inns in the Cotswolds and King Charles II is said to have stayed there during the English Civil War.
 
Nowadays, the hotel provides a very high standard of comfort and service, and the attractive bedrooms include Cotswold stone and period features. All bedrooms have ensuite bathroom facilities. The dining room, which specialises in using quality local produce, holds an AA dining award and the excellent and varied menu includes both traditional British dishes and dishes with an international influence.  
 

What's included in the price of this holiday?

COT map 

Holiday Options 2022

Easy
Code:CTN1
Date:Jul 23 - Jul 30, 2022
Grade:Easy
Nights:7
Price:£1,370.00
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Easy
Code:CTN2
Date:Oct 16 - Oct 21, 2022
Grade:Easy
Nights:5
Price:£975.00
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  • All of the above prices are per person, and based upon two guests sharing a double or twin-bedded room.
  • Single traveller? Enjoy sole occupancy of a double room at a supplement of £45 per night. (More about single supplement)

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Travel information
Rail: Moreton-in-Marsh or Honeybourne
Onward travel: Public bus or taxi

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