Category Archives: Cotswolds Holiday Cottages & Lodges

Great Things To Do When on Holiday in The Cotswolds Lakes

The beautiful lakeland area of Cotswolds lakes is called the Cotswold Water Park region straddles Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and West Oxfordshire and is in the southern reaches of the popular Cotswolds in South Central England. The market town of Cirencester is … Continue reading

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The Cotswolds Lakes – 10 Great Reasons to take a Break in the Cotswold Water Park Region

10 Great Reasons why the Cotswold Water Park Region. The Cotswolds Lakes area is made of 150 different lakes, 40 square miles, 13 traditional pretty Cotswold villages with a wide variety of recreational activities, wildlife and beautiful natural surroundings. Continue reading

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Cirencester – The Capital of the Cotswolds

Cirencester is the largest town in the Cotswolds. In this article Waterside Breaks take a look at this charming place and what there is to do there while on holiday in the Cotswolds. Continue reading

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Discover the delights of Cotswold Water Park holidays

Discover the wide variety of lovely lakeside holiday properties at the Cotswolds Water Park and find out why this beautiful area, with over 140 lakes and a wealth of activities, all within easy reach of London, Bristol and Birmingham, is so popular with families and couples alike. Continue reading

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My Top 10 favourite things to do in the Cotswold Water Park – Poem

Read how a holiday maker to the Cotswolds Water Park was so captivated by this beautiful and fun location she felt compelled to recommend it to others by writing a short poem. Continue reading

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