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Lord of the Rings in the Cotswolds

On occasions we receive new facts, stats and information from our customers about the Cotswolds. We have a broad knowledge of all things Cotswolds (especially the Northern part) but we certainly don’t profess to know everything. So when we do

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Walking too far at lunchtime..

We’ve had an excellent June showing visitors around the Cotswolds – the weather has been beautiful, our guest’s enthusiasm for our part of the world has been great and we’ve received some very generous reviews on TripAdvisor (over 50 excellent reviews

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Are you a tourist or a traveller?

On Twitter this morning under the Travel Talk on Twitter hashtag (#TTOT) there was an interesting debate centred around the “Tourist vs. Traveller” notion. Judging by the dictionary definitions (c/o www.dictionary.reference.com) alone this would appear to be a pretty futile

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Moreton-in-Marsh Show

During the first weekend in September, the Cotswolds hosts the annual Moreton-in-Marsh Agricultural and Horse Show. With his first guest post on our blog, here to tell us all about it is Rob Slatter. As well as being one of

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First tour this Wednesday the 9th of July!

As per the previous post our first tour is this coming Wednesday the 9th of July. It’s been a while in the making but we’re nearly there! If you’d like to join us on the tour then please contact me through

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On a tour with Go Cotswolds

From the historical to the social to the geographical to the mystical, it’s an ebullient narrative involving Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Devil sheep and Rheese Witherspoon. And if that doesn’t whet your appetite I’m not sure what will!

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Short circular walk from Stow number 2

It was a fun little circuit that took me just over an hour and a quarter although my pace was more march than stroll.

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Short circular walk from Stow-on-the-Wold

Stow-on-the-Wold is a great place to visit not only for its typically Cotswoldian charm, tea rooms and cricket museum but also as it’s a great place to start a short circular walk from. Firstly, this is because (if you’re a

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The Cotswold Cricket Museum

It combines three of my favourite things: coffee, cricket and The Cotswolds.

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Yesterday’s Cotswolds jaunt

Networking is quite a curious experience to a newbie; the whole interrupting strangers mid conversation to introduce yourself before going your separate ways and doing it all over again certainly took some getting used to!

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