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Avening: a flourishing village with royal connections

Located between Nailsworth and Tetbury, Avening is a lively and popular village set in idyllic Cotswold countryside with great links to nearby commuter towns and cities. With a population of over 1,000, the village has much to offer. For starters, there’s a primary school, playing…

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Kemble: There’s more to this village than its direct trains to London

With trains reaching London Paddington in just over an hour, Kemble has long attracted commuters searching to balance a fast-paced working life in the capital with downtime immersed in the beauty of the Cotswolds. The 6.30am train was fondly christened the Pinstripe Express after its…

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Box is a bijoux beauty and a haven of peace

A quiet village with a vibrant heart, Box is situated on the edge of Minchinhampton Common, a Site of Special Scientific Interest owned by the National Trust. The market town of Minchinhampton with its cafes, pubs, shops and primary school is a mile away with…

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Eastcombe: a hilltop village with a thriving community

The attractive hilltop village of Eastcombe has all the charm of a traditional Cotswold village – narrow winding lanes, honey-coloured cottages and beautiful views across the valleys – as well as a lively community spirit. Its local amenities (the village has a shop and post…

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Amberley: a pretty Cotswold village with far reaching views

Nestled on the side of a hill and the edge of Minchinhampton Common, Amberley has spectacular views across the Nailsworth and Woodchester valleys. Cotswold stone cottages, some dating back to the Middle Ages, are dotted around the village, which lies 2 miles south of Stroud…

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The village of Bisley, a hidden historic gem

The pretty village of Bisley, four miles from Stroud, has all the charm of its Cotswold neighbours while enjoying a quiet existence away from the traditional tourist trail. Set on a plateau in a picturesque landscape of streams, woodland and valleys, it is dotted with…

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Oakridge: this bijou collection of 5 hamlets is home to a thriving community

The Gloucestershire village of Oakridge is a perfect example. Situated on the outskirts of Stroud, Oakridge is made up of five hamlets: Oakridge Lynch, Far Oakridge, Waterlane, Bournes Green and Tunley. Oakridge Lynch , the heart of the village, was once a flourishing focal point…

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The Duntisbournes: the epitome of Cotswold beauty

The Duntisbourne valley – incorporating Duntisbourne Abbots, Duntisbourne Leer, Middle Duntisbourne and Duntisbourne Rouse – lies between Cheltenham and Cirencester making it a highly desirable location for those searching for houses for sale in Cotswolds villages or looking to relocate to the Cotswolds but still…

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South Cerney: the best of both worlds

Founded by Saxon settlers in 999, South Cerney is now a bustling village complete with three pubs, All Hallows church (which has Norman origins), a doctor’s surgery, dental practice and pharmacy, a post office (with a deli attached), cafes, a Church of England primary school,…

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Minchinhampton: a thriving Cotswold town

Pretty honey-coloured cottages line narrow sloping streets that wind their way from the centre where the 17th century market house, an important reminder of the town’s past connections to the flourishing medieval wool trade, stands proud alongside the Market Square war memorial. This ancient town…

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The Charms of Chalford

Chalford (which incorporates Chalford, Chalford Vale and Chalford Hill) is nestled between Stroud and Cirencester, situated in and above the Golden Valley with the River Frome running below. It is the home of Whitaker Seager HQ and is where Amy lives with her husband and…

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