Many people visit The Cotswolds for the first time and are not sure what to see or where to go. Others have tasted parts of The Cotswolds but would like to see more. We have prepared some great routes and included which ‘eateries’ are on top of their game.


Once you book at Dryhill, please complete the Enquiry Form and we can send you more details of the tours below, featuring destinations and postcodes for easy navigation : plus helpful hints for families, tips for dog owners and suggestions of where to eat and other useful information to make your day a success.


Golden Villages and Castle Tour

Coffee in the village then visit a local castle, enjoying a steam train ride, lunch in a medieval coaching inn, a scenic route home through unspoilt villages with a pub refreshments to finish your tour.


Classic Cotswold Market Towns and Garden Tour

Breakfast in the second city of Roman Britain and track down designer gardens and quintessential Cotswold cottages.

Enjoy a long lunch at one of the finest places to eat in the area and visit a town created by the historic wool traders before meandering through medieval villages and stopping at an award winning pub on the way home.


The Royal Valleys Tour

Coffee and pastries in an old wool town, then drop down to the valley famed for making the British Army ‘redcoats’.

Drive alongside the canal to Prince Charles hometown known not only for its antique shops but also for the flagship royal food store. Take in high tea at local village neighbouring Princess Anne’s home and an amble downhill and uphill again to finish at a ‘locals pub ‘ well off the beaten track.


Foodies Tour of the North Cotswolds

Head along a Roman road through ancient Cotswold villages to visit probably the finest ” farm shop ” in the World.

Taste the delights and fill your car with gifts and goodies before heading to one of the stunning gardens in Britain…..choice of three.

Scenic village drive and high tea in the jewel of the North Cotswolds. Navigate your way home through the delightful golden villages and finish at a great pub for supper.


Special Days out in The Cotswolds with Children

We have two wet day and two dry day options, all include ideas for refreshments, picnics and child friendly restaurants.

All postcodes and contact details provided to make navigation easy