There’s nothing drab about Cotswold Grey: a group of stunning apartments that tick all the interior-design boxes, from the fluffy throws on the beds to the fancy lighting. The lush garden is a welcome addition in the summer months and this pleasant market town in the northern Cotswolds has plenty of eighteenth-century features to keep you and your camera happy.
With its flashy spas and boutique hotels, a trip to the Cotswolds isn’t cheap – but those gorgeous views of rolling hills don’t necessarily have to come at a premium. From ancient inns with exposed beams galore to swish country apartments, we’ve rounded up the best budget accommodation so all you have to worry about is which fireside pub you’ll be cosying up in after all those hillside hikes. And you know what? That means all the more money to spend on hiking kit, pints in pubs, membership at Soho Farmhouse or any of the other great things to do in the Cotswolds. Perfect!