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Lower and Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire If you only take one walk in the Cotswolds, make it the easy, mile-long stroll between the timeless twin villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter (the latter part of the name has nothing to do with butchery and derives from the Anglo Saxon for mud), says Harriet O'Brien. The lovely path runs beside the River Eye past rose-clad cottages and skirts an old flour mill (now a tea and craft shop and a museum – 01451 822127; oldmill-lowerslaughter.com ). Read…

The most beautiful English villages, including our picks in the Cotswolds, Yorkshire, Devon, Norfolk and Cornwall

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Hambleden, Buckinghamshire Hambleden, the southern gateway to 60 miles of gently rolling Chiltern Hills, is as quintessential an English village as you're ever likely to find. A Hovis sign still hangs on the old bakery, where a brook flows freely

Bourton on the Water, Cotswolds. Bourbon on the Water is the most beautiful village in the Cotswolds and very convenient to many places such as Bleinham Palace, Warwick Castle, and Stratford.

Bourton on the Water, Cotswolds. Bourbon on the Water is the most beautiful village in the Cotswolds and very convenient to many places such as Bleinham Palace, Warwick Castle, and Stratford. I just love the Cotswolds very picturesque.

Cotswolds -- sigh!   Just thinking about these darling little villages and hamlets with their billowing English gardens makes me feel calm & happy!

Just thinking about these darling little villages and hamlets with their billowing English gardens makes me feel calm & happy!

Stop for afternoon tea at the gorgeous little Cobbles Tea Room in Rye, East Sussex, England famous for their delicious scones which they have been making for over 60 years.  By B Lowe

The Cobbles Tea Room, Rye, England. This perfectly picturesque tea room prides itself on its loose-leaf tea.

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