Holiday cottages across the Cotswolds

Manor Cottages offer the widest selection of personally inspected, self-catering, Cotswolds holiday cottages, with luxurious holiday cottages including properties in Bath and Wye Valley. Whether you're coming to the Cotswolds for a romantic experience, a family getaway, or planning something with a large group of friends, our holiday cottages are sure to please. With over 25 years of experience, let us help you find the best Cotswolds holiday cottage for your visit.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds area is a range of gently rolling hills in England, peppered with quant villages reminiscent of thatched medieval design and old mansions on the hilltops. It is the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales, home to a unique 100 mile long walking path from the City of Bath in the South to the market village of Chipping Campden in the North. Just west of London (90 minutes by rail or car), the Cotswolds is an easily accessible area around 100 miles (160km) North to South. The River Thames also flows from the Cotswolds and can be navigated via the Inglesham and Lechlade-on-Thames downstream to Oxford.


Cotswolds Cottages

Whether you’re looking for a romantic experience, a family getaway, or planning something with a large group of friends, Manor Cottages will provide you with a package completely suited to your needs. Book or reserve your holiday cottage online through our secure website, and we can take care of the rest, ensuring you’re all set to embark on your unforgettable journey when the time comes. Alternatively, simply call us! With an intensely personal knowledge of all our properties, we hope one of our friendly experts can help you find the perfect choice for your Cotswolds self-catering holiday.


The Visitor's Guide to Northleach

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Take a break from a hectic journey along the A40 and spend some time exploring the charming Cotswold market town of Northleach. Hidden away in a valley near the crossroads of an ancient Roman road, the Fosse Way, and the A40, you may recognise it as one of the stars of BBC3’s irreverent comedy ‘This Country’. It’s certainly worth a detour having...

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The Visitor's Guide to Nailsworth

It seems all roads and rivers lead to the bustling community of Nailsworth in this part of the Cotswolds. And those very rivers mean it can, somewhat unusually, boast the largest number of working watermills per square mile in the country – follow the mill trail to find out more. At the town’s heart, you’ll find artists and artisans alongside...

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The Visitor's Guide to Winchcombe

The embodiment of quintessential Cotswold beauty, the Anglo-Saxon town of Winchcombe lies nestled in a valley amongst the Cotswold Hills which rise dramatically around it....

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The Visitor's Guide to Woodstock

Perhaps most famous for the architectural jewel that is Blenheim Palace, Woodstock itself should not be overlooked as it is a place bursting with history and charm. Acting as a ‘gateway’ to the Cotswolds, when you stay in a holiday cottage in Woodstock, you will...

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