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The Cotswolds

Listed under Parks & Gardens in West Country, United Kingdom.

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The gently rolling wolds (hills) of the Cotswolds are the quintessentially rural England many visitors are expecting. Photo perfect villages crowded around winding rivers, grand stone churches and manor houses made of the local honey limestone along country lanes divided by 18th Century stone walls which mark out peaceful fields of sheep. Bath, Cheltenham, Burford and Castle Combe are some of the more ‘typically Cotswolds’ villages.

Visitors Guide to the Cotswolds.

Written by  World Reviewer Staff.

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