Planning a trip to The Cotswolds? Our experts have found some of the best holiday cottages in The Cotswolds no matter what your budget or group size.
A delightful barn conversion that sleeps four. Close to the southern end of The Cotswolds, this cottage is in the heart of Nables Farm. If you’re looking for an oasis of calm then peace and quiet awaits you in abundance.
This cosy semi-detached cottage is the ideal holiday base for couples and small families. It offers two bedrooms, a family bathroom and wifi. A fantastic base if you want to explore the Wye Valley.
Ideal for large groups, this gorgeous detached Georgian property is set in the picturesque village of Lydbrook on the banks of the River Wye. The area has something to suit all tastes making Viaduct House a great place for a memorable holiday.
If you’re looking for something different, this handcrafted timber lodge will fit the bill. It’s situated in its own secluded grounds and is luxuriously furnished throughout. Part of three luxurious cottages on a family-run livestock farm.
A cosy stone-built cottage ideal for a couple looking for a romantic break. Close to the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the market town of Fairford, where you’ll find a wider selection of shops, cafes and pubs.
A one-bedroom stone terraced cottage for adults only. The first floor apartment offers real home-from-home accommodation with off-road parking and wifi.
A fabulous get-together for a large family holiday. This detached Grade II listed home sleeps 16 and lies in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside. Wifi available as well as a cot and highchair.
An end-terrace stone cottage with plenty of charm appeal. Set over three floors, it’s beautifully furnished throughout. There is also an exceptionally well-equipped kitchen.
This first-class cottage dates back to the 1800s and offers two charming double bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with a warming woodburner-effect gas stove.
This charming terrace cottage is tastefully decorated, combined with original features such as a flagstone floor, exposed stone walls and ceiling beams. It sleeps five with the original features continuing upstairs.