To many people, the Cotswolds are considered to be the most stunningly beautiful areas in the UK, with a backdrop of rolling countryside and valleys, it is steeped in a heritage that makes you feel like you have gone back in time. It boasts some of the most idyllic market towns and tiny villages all dotted around the most gorgeous of landscapes and you will understand why so many people who visit here on a day trip, will always come back on their next trip and stay.
The Cotswolds also has a lot to offer than just stunning scenery... there is of course the popular village of Bilbury, once described as the "prettiest village" in the Cotswolds by William Morris. Other attractions also include popular museums, galleries and wildlife parks - it really is a very special place and one that really must be seen to be truly appreciated.
What you will see a lot of in your time travelling through the Cotswolds is that it is limestone country, limestone has been quarried here for hundreds of years and is seen in the architecture of the region from farm buildings, to the churches. As things were made from limestone it allowed more intricate details to be added to buildings and these are on display across the Cotswolds for you to see!