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Lower Slaughter, Cotswolds
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Famed for being one of the prettiest in England, the Cotswolds village of Bourton-on-the-Water straddles the River Windrush and has been affectionately named by many as ‘Little Venice’. A series of 18th-century bridges cross the flowing river, which is lined by a canopy of trees and traditional Cotswold buildings. This wonderful village is also home to a variety of fun-filled attractions, making it a great destination for families to escape to with children. Birdland and Jurassic Journey is a great place to visit with a variety of birds, including flamingos and parrots to meet, while The Model Village is home to a miniature Bourton-on-the-Water where everyone will feel like a giant! You can also visit the Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection, great for looking back in time, or see if you can find your way in The Dragonfly Maze. There’s a lot of fun packed into this delightful village so when you would like a break from the excitement, enjoy a pleasant stroll into Greystones Farm Nature Reserve.
Find your ideal getaway in our collection of Bourton-on-the-Water holiday cottages and make the most of everything this village has to offer. Whether you are travelling with the family or as a couple, you’ll need a fantastic base and will find it in our collection with luxury cottages, dog-friendly retreats and cottages with gardens. There’s a wealth of holiday lets, from two-person escapes to big properties, many of which boast the characterful honey-coloured stone that adorns many Cotswold cottages. Start browsing through our collection and you’ll soon come across a wonderful Bourton-on-the-Water cottage that will suit you and your family.
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