Quintessential, English Villages in the Cotswolds

April 23, 2020 11:51 am


Chocolate-box cottages set within the historic villages of the Cotswolds, hidden amongst the idyllic trees and fields of this beautiful countryside. Villages with names synonymous with picturesque dry-stone walls, clear, babbling streams, historic churches and cobbled streets. These quaint, little homes are beautifully preserved by their owners and lovingly restored when inevitably something needs repairing or replacing. Thatched roofs, dry-stone walls, solid, wooden doors and windows that give these tiny cottages life and bring light into their owner’s lives have to be cleaned, repaired or replaced.  Expert tradesmen and women from companies like https://www.nanduglass.co.uk  can provide the expertise required.  From the Cotswolds to the Yorkshire Dales, and from Cornwall to Leicestershire, the professionals can help maintain these quaint cottages.  Thatch roofers, dry-stone Wallers and Glaziers Leicester, when a Cotswold cottage or other home needs a little TLC these experts provide the skills.

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Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Burford and Bibury are just a small sample of the famous villages that make up the Cotswolds. Stradling between Bath, Oxford, Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon the area is named after the “Wolds” hills that frame this breathtakingly beautiful area of Britain.

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Throughout the four seasons of the year the Cotswolds is an incredible area to visit, the Spring brings with it, vibrant colours of bright yellow flowers.  The summer heralds glorious, sunny days and ramblers can enjoy their long walks.  The autumn arrives and the leaves on the trees fall to the ground to create a multicolour carpet of colour. The Winter brings spectacular snow-covered scenes that stretch for miles as far as the eye can see.