The names of Cotswold villages are as fascinating as their sounds. Narrow winding roads pass through green rolling hills, each turn offering a new view of the English countryside and the Cotswolds’ many beautiful places to visit. Limestone villages, streets lined with charming antique shops, and sheep grazing in green pastoral farms are just a few of the picture-postcard views that never seem to stop.
The lush green countryside is complemented by honey-colored stone and charming architecture. It’s difficult to choose the best Cotswold villages because they’re all beautiful in their own way. The names of the towns on the map are intriguing as well.