Cotswold Hills

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a range of low hills in southwestern England


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Admire the picturesque Cotswold hills, with fine views of the many Cotswold villages, impressive castles and stately homes in the area.
ON CHELTENHAM Festival week, you'll always find a lot of footballers - past and present - heading for the Cotswold hills.
After crossing the northern end of the Cotswold Hills, it meanders across the lowland fens of Lincolnshire and the flat Vale of York before climbing over the Pennine hills to reach England's highest market town at Alston in Cumbria.
Inside the surrounding Cotswold hills and directly over Cheltenham's packed amphitheatre.
Security guards patrolled the grounds of the 15th-century castle, set amid the Cotswold hills.
New Blueberry presse blends the juices of these indigo-coloured fruits with the juice of aronia berry and pure spring water from the Cotswold Hills. Natural cane sugar is then added to balance the acidity of the fruits.
Nestling in the Cotswold hills in Gloucestershire, the garden occupies 25 acres and the farm more than 1000.
White has developed a collection of mixed-media pieces, drawing inspiration from her former home in the English Cotswold Hills. Using the Old World as an endless source for concepts, colors and design elements, she conveys delicate themes with simple elegance.
Charles, dressed in white shirt, bib and trademark blue hunting jacket, set off across the Cotswold Hills on Saturday morning.
The decision to put the dining hall on the first floor to take advantage of the views beyond the car park towards the Cotswold hills to the east, results in an inward-looking space.
Burnt Norton is a country house in the Cotswold Hills of Gloucestershire that Eliot visited in the summer of 1934.
The Cotswold Hills are situated mainly in which county?
Dolly Mixture Cottage is set within the Cotswold Hills, popular among walkers and cyclists as they offer some of the most picturesque villages and paths in the country.
The village nestles at the foot of the Cotswold Hills with distant views over rolling farmland and wooded hills.
The route follows beautiful country lanes across the Cotswold Hills to the finish at Oxpens Meadow where people who take part can enjoy refreshments.