Choose from 4,689 vacation rentals located in Cotswold District, England. Top filters in Cotswold District include Internet / Wifi, Kitchen / Kitchenette, and TV. Prices range from £31 to £7,483 per night. Our most popular vacation rental types near Cotswold District are Hotel and RV.

Top vacation rentals in Cotswold District

Summer basket outside Captains Cabin frontage, enjoy a glass of wine in the sun
4.9
Outstanding(142 Reviews)
Cottage
 in Bourton-on-the-Water
Enchanting Grade II listed,Log Burner,allocated parking,town centre but secluded
3 guests · 2 bedrooms · 1 bath
Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Indulge in a peaceful retreat at Enchanting Grade II listed,Log Burner,allocated parking,town centre but secluded, our elegant Cottage in Cotswold District. Enjoy amenities including Dishwasher, Fireplace and Internet / Wifi, and more.

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4.3
Excellent(1,078 Reviews)
Inn
 in Lower Slaughter
The Slaughters Country Inn
Garden · Pets allowed · Internet / Wifi

Are you ready to indulge in a relaxing getaway? Our Inn in Cotswold District has everything you need for a rejuvenating stay. Treat yourself to The Slaughters Country Inn's exceptional amenities, such as Internet / Wifi, Pets allowed and Balcony / Patio.

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4.5
Excellent(1,831 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Bourton on the Water
Chester House Hotel
Garden · Internet / Wifi · Parking

This inviting Hotel in Cotswold District can fit your needs for many types of vacations, at £150 per night.

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4.2
Excellent(179 Reviews)
House
 in Cirencester
My Place Go - Cirencester
Garden · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Business stays, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, and rental in Cotswold District at My Place Go - Cirencester for £99 for your next trip.

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An idyllic country house with stunning views to the Malverns
5.0
Outstanding(147 Reviews)
House
 in Hanley Swan
Idyllic country getaway-5 Bedroom cottage on edge of the Cotswolds.
10 guests · 5 bedrooms · 3 baths
Garden · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Enjoy the best of Cotswold District in our House, Idyllic country getaway-5 Bedroom cottage on edge of the Cotswolds. . A stunning property with amenities including Dishwasher, Fireplace and Internet / Wifi, and more.

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4.9
Outstanding(150 Reviews)
House
 in Shipston on Stow
Teachers House, Cotswolds, 5* Lux Cottag, Enc Garden,nr Stow, Stratford & Oxford
8 guests · 4 bedrooms · 5 baths
Garden · Pool · Kitchen / Kitchenette

When traveling to Cotswold District, if you are looking for (business stays, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.) this is the perfect place at £491 per night.

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4.1
Excellent(1,509 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Burford
3star
Prince of Burford
Garden · Pets allowed · Internet / Wifi

This Hotel in Cotswold District, is the right price for your (business stay, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.) today!

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4.2
Excellent(149 Reviews)
Country House
 in Broadway
Buckland Manor - A Relais & Chateaux Hotel
Garden · Internet / Wifi · Parking

When traveling to Cotswold District, if you are looking for (business stays, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.) this is the perfect place at £179 per night.

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Cotswold District

Cotswold District travel guide

Let us help you plan your perfect Cotswold District vacation. Our travel guide highlights things to do, places to see, favorite vacation rental amenities in Cotswold District, and more.

Frequently asked questions

Where Is Cotswold District Located?

Meandering through the south central and southwest England, the Cotswold District runs southwest to northeast through six counties, particularly Gloucestershire, southwestern Warwickshire, west Oxfordshire, and parts of Wiltshire, Somerset, and Worcestershire. Starting from just south of Stratford-upon-Avon to just south of Bath, the Cotswold District is comprised of the Cotswold Hill and is bordered by the Cotswold Edge, which runs above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale.

What Is Cotswold District Known For?

Meandering gracefully across six counties, the Cotswold District is a wonderful composition of evergreen villages, thatched cottages, and enchanting churches. Whether you walk, cycle, or horse ride across the peaks, or simply soak in the green English beauty, the Cotswold District offers something different for everyone. An area of outstanding natural beauty, the Cotswold District is affluent, architecturally gifted, and aching to be explored.

Places to Visit in Cotswold District

  • Blenheim Palace: A monumental country house, Blenheim Palace is a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site and an aristocratic beauty that’s guaranteed to take your breath away. The seat of the Dukes of Marlborough and the only non-royal country house in England to hold the title of palace, Blenheim Palace is a perfect example of an 18th-century princely dwelling.
  • Westonbirt, The National Arboretum: An arboretum in Gloucestershire, Westonbirt is perhaps the most important and widely known arboretum in the United Kingdom. Planted in the heyday of Victorian plant hunting in the mid-19th century as part of the Westonbirt House Estate, the arboretum forms part of a site which is listed Grade I on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.
  • Cotswold Water Park: The United Kingdom's largest marl lake system, straddling the Wiltshire–Gloucestershire border, the Cotswold Water Park is a significant area for wildlife, particularly known for wintering and breeding birds. To advance the progression of keeping endangered species of birds safe, local environment charities and wildlife trusts are involved in partnerships of conservation.

Popular Destinations Near Cotswold District

  • Bath: You don’t have to be a genius to guess what the magnificently charming city of Bath is known for. Since 60 AD, the ancient city has been known for its Roman baths and spa features. The Romans famously believed that the water from the River Avon had curative and holy properties, and therefore built luxurious baths and religious temples to pay tribute to what they had been given. Since then, Bath has expanded through the eras; as photogenic Georgian-style architecture line the streets, in addition to modern shops, restaurants, museums, bars, and an excellent university. The city has also retained much of its foundational roots by staying well-known as a center of wellness. If you’re looking for all of the very best of an English city, but wish to add a historically quaint twist, there is no better place to visit than the city of Bath.
  • Oxford: A place of premier education and old-world charm, there is more to Oxford — colloquially known as the “City of Dreaming Spires” — than what meets the eye. A glorious ensemble of honey-colored colleges are carefully arranged beside the river as if they were picked from the storybooks and placed there, and cobbled streets bursting with medieval yet modern charm are a common sight. The birthplace of some of the greatest minds the world has ever seen, Oxford is also the home of punting, pubs, and prehistoric splendor.

Best Neighborhoods in Cotswold District

  • Burford: Located 32 kilometers west of Oxford, Burford retains the glory of its past medieval days and brings it into the 21st century. A picturesque town, Burford is home to a wondrous mix of stone cottages, gold-tinged Cotswold town houses, and a centuries-old church. Between getting lost in time, visit the antique shops, nostalgia-evoking boutiques and chitzy tearooms.
  • Cirencester: The most significant town in the southern Cotswold District, 24 kilometers south of Cheltenham, Cirencester was once second to London in terms of size and importance, but little now survives from that era. Today, Cirencester is elegantly affluent, but far from pretentious. Upmarket boutiques and fashionable delis now line the cobblestoned lanes, but the town’s weekday markets remain at the heart of its identity. For an elegant mix of old-world charm and elegant modernity, Cirencester is the English town of your dreams.

What is the price range for rentals in Cotswold District?

Vacation rentals in Cotswold District have a price range between £31-£7,483. The average price for rentals in Cotswold District is £170 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Cotswold District?

  • Internet / Wifi
  • Kitchen / Kitchenette
  • TV

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