Cotswolds Towns, Villages and Cities

From small villages such as Bibury, towns like Cirencester and cities like Bath, the Cotswolds UK has something for everyone.

Some Cotswold places you may like to visit if you are on a Cotswolds tour, planning a short stay in the Cotswolds, or a day trip to the Cotswolds. Click on the place names to visit a page dedicated to that Cotswold town or village. At the bottom of the list you will find details of smaller towns and villages that don't have a dedicated page on the Cotswolds web site at present.

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Probably the most famous, and well visited Cotswold towns and viilages are:

More towns and villages in the Cotswolds

Located 1 mile northwest of Bibury. Ablington hotel, Ablington bed and breakfast and Ablington self catering holiday accommodation can be found on the Ablington accommodation page

Ashton Keynes
Ashton Keynes is situated about five miles south of Cirencester.

Batsford Located 1.5 miles NW of Moreton-in-Marsh and home to the Batsford Arboretum

Bisley is ocated 4 miles East of Stroud.

Located 2 miles from Blenheim Palace and Woodstock. Sir Winston Churchill is buried in the graveyard of the Parish Church of St. Martin in Bladon.

Located in Oxfordshire 6 miles north west of Witney.

Located in Gloucestershire 1.5 miles North East of Nailsworth.

Minster Lovell
Located 2.5 miles West of Witney.
Just a short drive from Witney, Minster Lovell is home to the Church of St. Kenelm's and the derelict remains of the manor house of the Lovell family (Minster Lovell Hall) set next to the river Windrush.

North Cerney Located 4 miles North of Cirencester.

Located in Oxfordshire 4 miles North East of Burford, Oxfordshire. Shipton-under-Wychwood accommodation

Westonbirt is a small village a few miles from Tetbury and home to the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum.

Winchcombe Home to the beautiful Sudeley Castle

Located in Gloucestershire 4 miles west of Burford. A small village with a charming church.