Stow is an attractive and historic market town, its pretty honey coloured streets, quaint cottages, tea rooms, top class restaurants and boutiques, surrounded by wonderful countryside and ancient woodland.
Stow on the Wold, is exceptionally well located in The North of The Cotswolds, at the meeting point of eight roads, such a great base for a Cotswolds break, with superb access to everything the North Cotswolds has on offer.
Stow has many fine antiques shops, art galleries, gift and craft shops. There's plenty of fine local produce too, from bakeries & coffee shops to excellent restaurants and pubs all championing the fabulous array of local produce
Moreton in Marsh - 15 minutes
Broadway - 15 minutes
Chipping Campden - 25 minutes
Bourton on the Water - 15 minutes
Upper and Lower Slaughter - 10 minutes
Bibury - 30 minutes
Burford - 20 minutes
Chastleton House - 10 minutes
Snowshill Manor - 15 minutes
Broadway Tower - 15 minutes
Chedworth Roman Villa - 30 mimutes
Rollright Stone Circle - 15 minutes
With beautiful countryside, Stow is a particularly well known meeting point for the many walks that start in and around Stow.
St Edwards Church in Stow on the Wold, above, the final site of battle in the English Civil War. The Church is a stones throw from the square, lined with gorgeous tea rooms and side streets of bakeries and independent, Cotswolds shops. Just Cotswolds can provide luxury self catering holiday accommodation within walking distance of this lovely town, or further afield to meet your needs
This absolute abundance of activities, history and beauty is what keeps drawing visitors back to the Cotswolds time and time again!
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