Bath and the Cotswolds Features


Bath and the Cotswolds Features

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Architecture of Bath: Bath is perhaps the most perfectly preserved and harmonious English city. Close up, the elegance and finesse of the Georgian... Read more

  • Great Walks in the Cotswolds

    The gentle Cotswolds countryside, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is threaded with more than 3,000 miles of pleasant walking... Read more

  • Arts and Crafts in the Cotswolds

    The Arts and Crafts movement flourished throughout Britain in the late-19th and early-20th centuries, but the Cotswolds are most closely associated... Read more

  • That Special Cotswold Stone

    If there's one feature of the Cotswold landscape that sums up its special flavor, it's the oolitic limestone that’s the area's primary building... Read more

  • Bath's Georgian Architecture

    Bath wouldn't be Bath without its distinctive 18th-century Georgian architecture, much of which was conceived by John Wood the Elder (1704–54)... Read more

  • Which Cotswold Garden Is Right for You?

    Perhaps it's the sheer beauty of this area that has inspired the creation of so many superb gardens. Gardening is an English passion, and even... Read more