Cotswolds by Bike
Cycle through the heart of England in the Cotswolds
The village centres on a fine, Perpendicular wool church, its pointy steeply fingering the sky, surrounded by tabletop tombs and exactly...
If you're visiting in late May, enquire about the cheese-rolling competition held on nearby Cooper's Hill in Cranham. A 200-year-old...
Just a mile north of town, the ostentatious Painswick Rococo Garden is the area’s biggest attraction and the only garden of its type in England, designed by Benjamin Hyett in the 1740s and now restored to its former glory. Winding paths soften the otherwise strict geometrical precision, bringing visitors around the central vegetable garden to the many Gothic follies dotted in the grounds. There’s also a children’s nature trail and maze.
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