A Spring Walk in the Cotswolds
With the gradual easing of restrictions in England, following a roadmap back to life as we knew it, we are excited to say that we will be back, with a spring in our step, on the 17th of May.
We have been blessed with some excellent walking weather in the Cotswolds in recent weeks whilst we have been busy preparing for welcoming back our clients for longer self-guided and guided tours on the 17th of May (with bed and breakfasts, inns, and hotels finally reopening for overnight stays). I have made the most of the good weather to get out and about and showcase just how beautiful the Cotswold countryside really is.
With the first bluebells peeking through and the promise of even brighter days to come, what more could we ask for?
I hope you enjoy this video of my recent rambles in the Cotswolds.
|Husband and wife team Andrew and Elizabeth Guppy lead Cotswold Walks, specialising in customised self-guided and guided walking holidays in the Cotswolds. Living and working in the Cotswolds is an essential part of what makes their company special. As avid walkers, they can often be found walking the routes with their dog Indie. |
Andrew and Elizabeth are passionate about what they do. They strive to take you on a tour that showcases the best of the Cotswolds, from iconic gardens and fabulous local food, to sweeping vistas over the emerald green countryside dotted with honey-coloured cottages. Through careful planning and attention to detail, the mission of Cotswold Walks is to ensure you have complete peace of mind, so you can immerse yourself in the beauty of the Cotswolds and create lasting memories.
Slow Travel Tours is an affiliation of small-group tour operators who offer personalized trips in Italy, France, England and other European countries.
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