The Cotswolds Guide

Historic houses in The Cotswolds

  • Blenheim Palace
  • Cheltenham Town Hall

    Cheltenham Town Hall

    Cheltenham Town Hall

  • Pittville Pump Room

    Pittville Pump Room

    Historic Grade One listed property set in parkland at pittville used for cultural, commercial and community events.

  • Chipping Campden Almshouses

    Chipping Campden Almshouses

    The 1612 Almshouses at Chipping Campden are an excellent example of Cotswolds architectural design, situated in an attractive local town

  • Chedworth Roman Villa

    Chedworth Roman Villa

    Large, 1,700 year old Roman villa in wooded surroundings

  • Rodmarton Manor

    Rodmarton Manor

    Fine example of a country house built to the Arts and Crafts ideals. All the furniture is also Arts and Crafts

  • Kelmscott Manor

    Kelmscott Manor

    Grade 1 Listed Tudor farmhouse built of local limestone on the edge of the village of Kelmscott. Perhaps best known as the summer retreat of William Morris of the Arts and Crafts movement

  • Arlington Row

    Arlington Row

    The epitome of Cotswold quaintness. Picturesque row of higgledy-piggledy cottages built in the 1830s as a wool store for the local mill

  • Lacock Abbey

    Lacock Abbey

    A medieval cloistered abbey converted into a fine country house and set in extensive gardens

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