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North of Bath are the Cotswolds - a region that more than one writer has called the very soul of England. The rolling uplands of the Cotswold Hills are the quintessence of rural England, as immortalized in countless books, paintings, and films. With its pretty-as-a-picture villages with the perfectly clipped hedges, the mellow, centuries-old, stone-built cottages festooned with honeysuckle, this idyllic place has been prosperous on the wool trade since medieval times, and it remains a vision of rural England.  

In Cotswolds, you'll find the time-defying churches, sleepy hamlets, and ancient farmsteads so sequestered that they seem to offer everyone the thrill of personal discovery. Hidden in sheltered valleys are fabled abodes - Sudeley Castle, Stanway House and Snowshill Manor among them. The Cotswolds can hardly claim to be undiscovered, but, happily, the area's poetic appeal has a way of surviving the crowds  and antiques shops that sometimes pierce its timeless tranquility. Here you can taste the glories of an old English village, its stone slate roofs, low-ceiling rooms, and gardens; its atmosphere is as thick as honey, and equally as sweet.

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