A run through the Cotswolds
Rolling countryside, wonderful waterways, and the sweetest chocolate box villages you could imagine. A journey to the Cotswolds is nothing short of magical. And anyone who visits this little corner of natural beauty in south central England always dreams of returning once again.
Of course you can arrange a whole week touring through this region, but if you prefer to just drive a scenc route through the heart of the region, we can recommend something rather special indeed - around 120KM start to end
As a start point, where better than the ultimate Petrolhead meeting place, Caffeine & Machine, where you can grab a great coffee, whilst drooling over the cars you'll find parked up at this incredible meeting spot. The drive through the heart of the Cotswolds ends at a suitably cool automotive hotspot too, the Castle Coomb racing circuit.
As you head away from Caffine & Machine, pick up the glorious B4632 road, taking you through half a dozen picture postcard villages, as you meander your way around Cheltenham and continue south. In the south stretch, head through Badminton (famous for the horse trials) and onto some beautiful C routes, where you can expect narrower stone walled roads, sweeping through deserted rolling countryside - a stretch where you really can enjoy your car, as well as the outstanding views.
With plenty of suggested stops along the way, including a few of the best Inns, allow yourself a full day to truly appreciate one of the most beautiful corners of England.