Welcome to the Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory
The Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory provides listings and information of holiday accommodation providers along the Cotswold Way who are ideally located to provide accommodation for walkers travelling the length of the Cotswold Way or for families and holidaymakers wishing to explore the Cotswolds from a base along the route of the Cotswold Way.
The Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory holds listings and information for hotels, bed and breakfast, self-catering, camping and guesthouses located near the Cotswold Way. This Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory covers all the major towns close to the route of this National Trail, such as Chipping Campden, Dursley, Wotton-Under-Edge, Painswick and Bath.
There is a great variety of attractions and locations along the length of the Cotswold Way and an even greater selection is waiting to be discovered just a short distance either side of the Cotswold Way "line" which follows the escarpment of the Cotswold Hills.
The Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory also contains a wealth of information about the towns, landmarks and attractions which can be found along the length of this popular walk which has recently been upgraded to a National Trail. We have included an extensive photo gallery of some of the views and locations which await you in this unspoiled part of rural England.
The Cotswold Way National Trail is 102 miles in length travelling between Chipping Campden in the north and Bath in the south. Throughout the length of the trail, you will see stunning views across the lowlands to the Malvern Hills and the distant peaks of the Welsh mountains across the Severn. The Cotswold Way travels through a variety of terrain and landscape types including native deciduous woodland, lush coombes with streams at their base and high peaks and promontories with far reaching panoramic views.
The area is as popular with families seeking holidays on the Cotswold Way as those on walking holidays, offering an opportunity for visitors of all ages to explore a magical part of the English countryside steeped in history. Holiday makers need not walk the entire length to experience the magic of the Cotswold Way. Local residents walk sections of the National Trail on day trips, selecting a section of the path which takes their fancy and young families or those not up to walking great distances will find it easy to do the same. When not walking, you can visit a wide range of attractions in the nearby larger cities of Bristol and Gloucester as well as the town of Cirencester.
Whatever type of holiday you are planning, the Cotswold Way Accommodation Directory aims to provide all the necessary information you need to find the accommodation which suits you and your party for great holidays on the Cotswold Way National Trail.