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Cream Of The Cotswolds

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TGLE10282

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Day Select Holiday

Price Includes:

  • Dinner, bed and breakfast
  • Luxury coach travel throughout
  • Excursions as stated
  • Select extras
  • Premium welcome pack

Select Benefits:

  • Extra leg room
  • Reclining leather seats
  • Climate control
  • On board library
  • Premium welcome pack
  • Carefully selected quality hotels.
PRICE FROM ? £349 per person
Plan My Trip

Itinerary

Overview

This delightfully diverse tour presents an enchanting blend of lush countryside and picture postcard villages along with an historic city and the filming locations for popular television dramas. Rolling limestone hills and quaint sandstone cottages intermingle to make the Cotswolds an area of outstanding beauty. Vibrant Oxford is Britain’s oldest university city and world famous for its history, heritage and culture along with stunning architecture and an alluring buzz. For our final outing, we discover some of the Cotswolds settings used for our favourite television shows as it’s revealed that they were not filmed where we thought they had been shot!

Your Excursions

Guided tour of Cotswolds
Look forward to visiting Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the- Water, some of the most photogenic villages in Britain.


Oxford
Uncover the charms of this enchanting and historic city, landmarks include the university colleges, the Bridge of Sighs and Oxford Castle. Afterwards, continue exploring at your own pace. Visit the museum that tells the story of Oxford and its people, take a cruise on the tranquil Thames, trace the steps of Inspector Morse and Harry Potter or explore the city’s Botanic Gardens.

TV villages of the Cotswolds
If you’re a fan of Poldark you may be surprised to learn that it wasn’t all filmed in Cornwall. In fact, Chavenage House near Tetbury doubled as the Poldark family home and scenes of ‘Bodmin’ were actually in Cirencester. Similarly, some scenes from period drama Downton Abbey were filmed in the Cotswolds as were settings in Wolf Hall, Father Brown, Cider with Rosie, Land Girls and The Casual Vacancy.

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