Find Your Inspiration
Countryside Garden Retreat
The 17th-century Barnsley House is a nine-room boutique manor surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Walk The Way
Choose your route by following the walking maps through the charming villages of the Cotswold Way.
Experiencing English Countryside & Lake District
Inspirational Natural Beauty
Officially designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966, this region has inspired notable English composers and authors. To this day, many artists and writers flock to its rolling hills which rise from the meadows of the Upper Thames River.
A Farm-to-Table Mecca
This charming English region has become the weekend retreat of posh Londoners due to its inventive slow-cooking. Dine nobly in a garden courtyard and eperience the rebirth of farm-to-table dining within nearly all of its historic hamlets.
Middle Age Architecture
Explore architecture and gardens dating back to the Middle Ages, such as the Augustine Cirencester Abbey that was built in 1117, the 12th-century Sudeley Castle, the Calcot Manor and the ancient Beaverton Castle.
In the charming village of Tetbury, take care not to miss Long Street, otherwise known as "Antiques Alley." Pick your way through a potpourri of unique shops filled with vintage wares, old quilts, enamelware, silver and other must-have knick-knacks.