Flagstone Farm

Luxury Holiday Cottages in the Cotswolds

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Cotswolds Holiday Cottages

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The Cotswolds AONB

The natural landscape of The Cotswolds is ideal for those looking to get away from the busy modern life. Its gentle rolling hills have long attracted and inspired many forms of art, most notably Jane Austen, the author of the classic Pride and Prejudice. 

Spanning across six counties and covering over 800 acres of land, there are plenty to do and see for everyone, regardless of your group age and size. There are plenty of activities to do on our site, including a games room with a snooker table and a hard tennis court. Close within our facility you can find activities such as horse-riding, golf and a public swimming pool- perfect for those hot summer days. 

The climate of The Cotswolds is mild all-year round, which is one of the main attractions to the area. The scenery of the sun setting over the charming Cotswolds stone cottages is an iconic view. The honey coloured limestone unique to the area can be spotted in buildings through the region. From characteristic cottages to historic bridges, the soft colour of the stonework is admired by locals and visitors alike.

traditional cotswold village

From our location at Stow on the Wold, you can easily visit several charming Cotswolds villages, each with their distinct features, such as Bourton on the Water and the bridge over the canal. For those a keen interest in history, there are several historic Roman sites and museums available within easy reach of our cottages. There are plenty of estates and gardens around for if you fancied a relaxing afternoon with quaint local tea rooms for a spot of refreshment. 

There are lots to see and do in the area both in regards to walking or driving. Within half a hours drive there is Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon. You can also visit the stunning Regency community of Cheltenham and the historic University of Oxford. A little further afield is Warwick with its wonderful castle and Bath.