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Garden Tours – Cotswolds

Garden Tours: The Cotswolds

Cotswold Garden tour images with Blue Badge Guide Sue JacksonOne of the loveliest areas of England – picture-perfect villages of thatched cottages, rolling hills and grazing sheep. Meadows and ancient dry stone walling and gliding streams. And some wonderful gardens. This tour can be tailored to your requirements, but typically we would visit Hidcote Manor and Kiftsgate in the North Cotswolds and on our return journey we will stop off for tea at one of the most delightful villages in Oxfordshire.

This will be a full-day tour.
Please contact me for more details and your group’s requirements.


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