Explore the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are renowned for their picturesque villages, charming cottages, honey-coloured stone, rolling hills, enchanting valleys and picture-perfect scenery. From Castle Combe to Painswick, Lower Slaughter and Broadway, the Cotswolds offer the ideal escape to British quintessence and beautiful countryside.

We offer guided walks in the Cotswolds. Join us and discover rolling hills, hidden valleys and magnificent scenery.

Starter guides to explore the Cotswolds:

Country views from Uley Bury, one of the best Cotswold walks near Bath and Bristol

7 best Cotswold walks near Bath & Bristol

Featuring delightful rolling hills, captivating valleys and picturesque villages, the Cotswolds are a delight to explore on foot. Boasting countless footpaths and enchanting country scenery, the Cotswolds offer the most charming walks near Bath and Bristol.

Beautiful Cotswold cottages in the village of Stanton - Travelling around the Cotswolds without a car

How to travel around the Cotswolds without a car

If you wish to explore the Cotswolds without a car, you’ll only be able to visit a limited number of villages at any given time. Find how to travel to and around the Cotswolds without a car, and detailed public transport itineraries by Cotswold village.

Cotswold rolling hills and enchanting valleys in the Painswick Beacon, Coopers Hill & Painswick Valley walk

Walk in the Cotswolds: Painswick Beacon & Coopers Hill

Located near the village of Painswick, this Cotswold walk starts at Painswick Beacon. From the wild common of Painswick Beacon, this country walk takes you through lush woodland to Coopers Hill and explores the enchanting Painswick Valley.

Walking along a country lane on the Alderley & Tresham walk in the Cotswolds

Walk in the Cotswolds: Alderley & Tresham

Located near Wotton-under-Edge, the Alderley & Tresham walk explores two enchanting valleys and enjoys stunning views of the Cotswold Hills. This Cotswold walk starts at the village of Alderley and takes you across rolling fields to the hamlet of Tresham.

The Hancock’s Well Spring, a tributary of the River Avon, flowing through Grove Wood in between the Cotswold villages of Luckington and Sherston

Walk in the Cotswolds: From Luckington to Sherston

This Cotswold walk starts at the quaint village of Luckington and takes you along the Hancock’s Well Spring to the lovely village of Sherston. From there, this circular walk leads you across lush fields and along charming country lanes back to Luckington.

Glimmering River Avon on the Malmesbury walk

Walk in the Cotswolds: Malmesbury & River Avon

This river walk explores the charming town of Malmesbury, the meandering River Avon and the gorgeous Cotswold countryside. The Malmesbury & River Avon walk enjoys breathtaking views of the medieval market town and the serene river.

View of Cotswold hills and St Catherine's Valley near Bath

Near Bath: St Catherine’s Valley walk in the Cotswolds

Located near Bath, the St Catherine’s Valley walk offers a peaceful escape to a hidden valley and the charming hills of the Cotswolds. This circular walk features country paths, rolling fields and quaint villages, and boasts fantastic scenery.

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