Three Words About the Cotswolds
November marks the end of our high season and this is the time for us to prepare for the year ahead. It is also a time to reflect on a whirlwind of a year – we welcomed and guided several groups and individuals and it has been great to be able to do what we love. We appreciate and enjoy reading feedback from our clients as it is a great insight into how our tours help our clients escape the ordinary and bring a much-needed break and adventure.
We always ask our clients to share their most memorable moments of their holiday and this inspired me to ask the question: what three words or phrases would they use to paint the most accurate picture of the Cotswolds?
Our three words about the Cotswolds would be: gardens, cottages and hills. What would yours be?
To inspire you to visit the Cotswolds next year, we would like to offer a discount, exclusive to the readers of the Slow Travel Tours blog. Please visit our website for the details.
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy a collection of a few of the best photos taken this year.
|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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