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Walking the Cotswolds

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We're going to spend 4 days in the Cotswolds in August. We've decided to get a car, but we want to do a lot of walking as well. So far I've looked at Broadway and Burton-on-the-Water but I'm very open to suggestions. We want so stay somewhere not too large, but with plenty of eating establishments so that we can enjoy a bottle of wine with dinner and not have to drive.

My preference is to base somewhere where we can walk to other villages for lunch or tea, possibly returning by a different path, maybe even through a different village. We're good for several miles before a meal, but I'm not sure how close or far these smaller places are. Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks!

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