Comitatus Cotswold Tours
A new idea in guided tours

Where do we go?

That depends on various factors:

  • Where you're staying
  • Your interests
  • Day of the week
  • Time of year
  • The weather

Being a giant in The Model Village

Roses round the cottage door, Stanton

Typically, a day's tour begins when we meet at 9:30. We'll visit a selection of towns, villages and attractions such as Gardens and Stately Homes. Along the way we can travel on main roads or be more adventurous and go off on the little backroads, often single track.

We'll visit places like Winchcombe, Sudeley Castle, Chipping Campden, Stow on the Wold, Snowshill, and smaller, more secret villages.

Although I'll try to include any places you especially want to see, it's a mistake to cram in too many locations. The Cotswolds should be appreciated gently, its magic is in the details and the history.

And we end back where we began, at about 5:30.

Roses and ducks in the Queens Garden, Sudeley Castle

You won't just see the Cotswolds, you'll understand the Cotswolds