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Bourton on the Water
Popular Cotswolds Village

Bourton on the Water with its lovely little bridges crossing the river make this a charming Cotswolds village.

It is often called the "Venice of the Cotswolds".

This beautiful village attracts bus loads of visitors during summer days.

If you want to avoid the onslaught of tourists to this village, try visiting earlier in the morning or late in the afternoon.
Bourton on the Water

It is worth a visit on, though, and there are several attractions to check out.

Two villages I would recommend to stay overnight on weekend getaways in England are Stow on the Wold and Chipping Campden.

Tourist Attractions

  • Cotswold Birdland - Featuring over 500 birds in garden, water and woodland setting
  • Bourton on the Water Birdland
  • Cotswold Perfumery - History of the perfume industry
  • Cotswold Model Village - Village model built in 1937 to 1/9th scale
  • Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection - home of "Brum" the little car from children's TV series
  • Leisure Center - pool and sauna
Check out other sights to see and information on the Cotswolds here.

Burton on the Water Hotels

  • Old Manse Hotel
  • Chester House Hotel - 1451 820286, 22 country ensuite bedrooms, pub and restaurant
  • Dial House Hotel - 01451/182-2244, 14 rooms, 1698 English Country House on the River Windrush, the oldest surviving building in the village
  • More Cotswolds Hotels

Cottages Cotswolds

Here are a few Cotswold Cottages.....

Bed Breakfast Cotswolds

    Check out this page for Cotswolds B&Bs.

The Cotswolds are the perfect short break UK...make sure and visit charming Bourton on the Water.

Bourton on the Water Restaurant

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The Cotswolds
Bed and Breakfast Cotswolds
Chipping Campden
Stow on the Wold

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