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Midweek Breaks in the Cotswolds

September 19, 2019 by midweek

The Cotswolds are famous for their rolling hills and beautiful stone buildings and walls.

If you are looking for a walking holiday or a mooching around and relaxing break you can certainly find both in the Cotswolds.  Enjoy a Midweek Break browsing the independent shops, tea rooms and historic places or grab a map to explore the towers, gardens and stately homes that adorn the countryside.

Couples will enjoy the privacy and special feeling that cosy nights offer by the wood burner or a romantic lunch with the dog in a local pub.

Browse our selection of holiday cottages, we have selected our TOP 6 self catering holiday homes which we hope you agree are unique and would make a memorable short break.

Map showing the area you can take a midweek break in the Cotswolds

During the Jurassic period the Cotswolds as we know them today were covered in a lovely warm sea.  This is what helped this beautiful stone to develop that is used in building houses from the middle ages onwards.  It is easily recognisable – often described as creamy, honey or golden in colour.  This brings a warmth to the look and feel of Cotswold towns and villages.

See our Midweek Breaks in the Cotswolds Itinerary

A full 5 days of great days out and things to do on your short break

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A must see day trip during Autumn and any other season is the stunning Batsford Arboretum – open all year and welcomes dogs everywhere!

Did you know that Batsford Arboretum is a conservation and education charity?

Admission Prices with Donation

Adults £8.95**
Concessions* £7.95**
Children (4-15) £3.50** (Under 4 years Free)
Families (2 adults and 2 children(4-15)) £20.00**

Disabled visitors are very welcome, please call 01386 701441 for more information.

*Concessions include 65+, Student, Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS (Please bring proof)

**If you prefer not to, or are unable to support our conservation work, admission prices are: Adults £8.10; Concessions £7.20; Children £3.15; Family £18.15.

Find out more on their website.

A day trip during your Midweek Break to Batsford Arboretum