We choose the best hotels, pubs and restaurants in the Cotswolds and throughout the South of England, ensuring we can cycle and walk right from the door. Our handpicked choices include the award winning Brownsword hotels, hotels within the Relais & Châteaux collection, Olga Polizzi designed hotels and more.
Complete with renowned spas, world class service, and michelin star cuisine. For more information, take a look at The Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath, Dormy House in the North Cotswolds and Tresanton in St Mawes, Cornwall.
Relax and unwind in these prestige hotels set within stunning locations. This collection of hotels are worthy Conde Naste Johansens winners; recognising the finest standards in luxury independent accommodation.
Prestige hotels offer exceptional dining with tempting and diverse menus. Their restaurants prepare freshly cooked regional delicacies as well as culinary classics. All the rooms are elegantly furnished to the highest standards; these are hotels combining traditional English values with the needs of the modern traveller. The perfect place to rest your legs after a days spent outdoors.
To find out more, check out the Cotswolds Inns and Hotels Collection.
These smaller hotels and guest houses really reflect the heritage of England. Full of character and history, every stop on your tour will be unique and special. These quintessentially English lodgings are situated in lovely rural locations which mean glorious views from your bedroom window and breakfast table. Cosy and with informal dining, these country hotels are friendly and relaxed. They are also outstanding value, providing you with accommodation that is clean, comfortable and full of charm.
Glamping is the perfect combination of camping outdoors, living under the stars and getting closer to nature, but with a ‘glamour’ and luxury feel to it! Forget tents and tarps, flimsy leaky coverings and lying on the cold hard ground; when you go glamping you can curl up under cosy duvets on a proper bed, with space to stand and move around, after an evening of chatting around the campfire, under the stars.
Spend your days outdoors and your evenings around the firepit, with homecooked food, a beer in hand, and a great people around you! If you’ve never been glamping before, check out our introductory blog: 5 Reasons to Go Glamping (especially if you don’t like camping!)