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Cotswolds Sunday in November

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Next weekend we are staying in the Cotswolds. Sunday is a special day and also the day we need to travel home by car to Anglesey.
In the event that the weather is wet ( and therefore we can't walk) what is open to visit?
Essentially talking about stately homes /castles. We would hope to meet with family staying in Clanfield to do this but they will have to return to London that night ( although their journey will be shorter than ours so we'll have to leave first).
Have visited Blenheim the last time we stayed and have also been to Stratford and Warwick Castle.
Good food is a given and I'm not after a recommendation for anywhere to eat.
Essentially I want to do something I'll remember .
Any hints please?

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