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Last day in the Cotswolds

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Last day in the Cotswolds

Home based in Broadway and looking to spend day visiting some of the villages. Considering Bibury, Upper and Lower Slaughter, and Stow on the Wold. Can anyone comment on things to see, places to eat etc. Thanks in advance

1. Re: Last day in the Cotswolds

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2. Re: Last day in the Cotswolds

Be aware that Bibury and the Slaughters can be rather overrun with tourists.

There are many other villages and towns in the area which are just as nice but much quieter.

I would recommend a walk from Broadway to Stanton, Stanway and Snowshill.

Alternatively if you aren't in to walking, try a drive to Ebrington (maybe stopping at Hidcote Manor Garden), Ilmington, Shipston on Stour, Brailes, Sibford Ferris, Hook Norton (with brewery), Great Rollright (stop at the Rollright Stones), Chastleton House, Daylesford up-market farm shop and restaurant, then to Stow and back via Longborough and Snowshill.

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