Tips and Articles for The Cotswolds

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Many people consider spring the best time to visit London, when temperatures are mild and everything’s in bloom. The season, however, also coincides... Read More

"Ten years ago. Londoners would drive up to the Cotswolds and be happy with a chop, chips, and a pint—period,” said the chef Adam Caisley. “A roast... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

The English may or may not have invented the countryside, but they damn well near perfected it. When we imagine some bright-green Arcadian idyll, this,... Read More

Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person? ... Read More

It is a cold, raw morning; a dusting of snow and ice crackles underfoot. My fingers are numb. The damp air seeps into my gloves and manages to get... Read More

With editing by Adrien Glover, Sarah Kantrowitz, John Newton, and Clara O. Sedlak ... Read More

If you’ve been looking for an English country weekend straight out of a Jane Austen novel (minus the heartache), look no further than Temple Guiting, a... Read More

You never forget the first time you drive. It was the summer of 1977 and I was 14. Feeling cocky, I pushed down on the gas and roared into the distance.... Read More

Cooper's Hill looms high by the side of Route A46 in Gloucestershire, just before the blink-and-miss-it sign brings me onto a road of almost comical... Read More

There's a new breed of British country-house hotel, and the latest is Cowley Manor, a ravishing Italianate mansion in the Cotswolds. Owner Jessica... Read More

On the March afternoon that I checked into Barnsley House, a boutique hotel in the Cotswolds region of southwestern England, it was still light enough... Read More

It takes nerves of steel to ride India’s Wall of Death. In fact, it takes gumption just to watch cars and motorcycles swirling on the walls of a 30-foot... Read More

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