The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds Travel Guide

Articles about The Cotswolds

By Emily Mathieson
Every summer, Brits and other Europeans flock to the Cotswolds, about a two hours’ drive northwest of London, to revel in its bucolic countryside and storybook limestone villages. Since the best place to soak up the local character is at the pub, ...
By Emily Mathieson
Every summer, Brits and other Europeans flock to the Cotswolds, about a two hours’ drive northwest of London, to revel in its bucolic countryside and storybook limestone villages. Since the best place to soak up the local character is at the pub, ...
By Travel + Leisure Staff

High design and haute cuisine meet crackling fires and snow-covered vistas in these European winter destinations.

By Gregory Long
A keen amateur, I spend the summer tending the garden at my weekend house in upstate New York. But as the days shorten and I get ready to plunge into autumn, I like to travel to see what other gardeners have been up to. Last year I took off the f...
By Paul Richardson
By Alexandra Marshall

Hotels in The Cotswolds

One could hardly get further from the chrome-and- wengewood minimalism of many contemporary hotels than the Lygon Arms (pronounced liggin). Furlong Hotels, the family-run firm that bought the place nearly two years ago, has taken on the task of bringing it into the 21st century.

Things to do in The Cotswolds

In addition to farmshop Daylesford is also a garden store, yoga studio, spa, and designer clothing boutique. For more than 20 years, the owners have sold free-range meat and organic vegetables and cheeses, introducing London's "green chic" sensibility to early adopters in the country.