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Cotswolds Finest Attractions A-Z

Bourton House Garden

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First thing - don’t head to Bourton-on-the-Water to see Bourton House Garden. The garden is at the bottom of the single street village called Bourton on the Hill, which is about 12 miles away from the other Bourton. Bourton on the Hill is near Moreton in Marsh, near Batsford Arboertum.

Kelmscott Manor

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Visiting Kelmscott Manor is an atmospheric experience. Leave your car in the village, on one of the few days of the week when the Manor is open (Wednesday or Saturday) to walk to William Morris’s home. You’ll pass cottages, barns and meadows, an experience ‘old’ Cotswolds.

Model Village

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Bourton on the Water is famously attractive - the word ‘cute is quite often used.

Cuter still is the Model Village, a 1/9th scale model of Bourton, built using Cotswold stone. It’s one of the Cotswolds’ most instagrammable locations, as you get to play the role of a giant for a while, striding past rows of cottages and churches. You can cross over the River Windrush in a single step. 

Snowshill Manor (NT)

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Snowshill is a National Trust property, a complete ‘one-off’ and especially worth visiting on those days when the weather is a bit iffy. Essentially a medieval manor with an attractive garden, the whole thing was ennervated by a chap called Charles Wade. Wade began collecting at an early age and, over time, filled the house with a collection of objects from around the world. All this took place from the early 20th century onwards.

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