Inventive cooking was slow to arrive in the Cotswolds, the bucolic English region that has become a weekend retreat for posh Londoners. But in recent years, nearly every one of its historic hamlets has been reborn as a dining destination.
The Cotswolds Travel Guide
Articles about The Cotswolds
How to beat the exchange rate and get your European travel fix this summer.
Hotels in The Cotswolds
Twelve stunning houses, furnished with quality antiques, one sleeping up to 10, are set on proper gardens, with a swimming pool and play areas.
Restaurants in The Cotswolds
Michael and Sarah Bedford run the no-frills Chef’s Table.
Things to do in The Cotswolds
Stroll Tetbury's 600-acre arboretum, started by the Holford family in the 1820's and now home to more than 3,000 types of trees, including maples, magnolias, and oaks.