Cotswold Hills


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Cotswold Hills

A range of southwest England extending about 100 km (60 mi) northeast from Bristol and rising to about 330 m (1,080 ft).
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Noun1.Cotswold Hills - a range of low hills in southwestern England
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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There's something for everyone - Pie Eyed's freshly baked handmade pies, Daniel's Greek olives and Cotswold Hills ice cream.
The Tradition is that the little Princess Elizabeth, during her childhood, was sent away with her governess for a change of air to Bisley where the strong sweet air of the Cotswold Hills would brace her up.
His previous wins were at Sherborne, Cotswold Hills, Teign Valley, Bowood and Langland Bay.
The sheep, a selection of Cotswold, Kerry Hill and Lleyn ewe lambs, were provided by Sir Anthony and Lady Bamford from Daylesford Farms at Stow-on-the-Wold on the Cotswold Hills.
Cosy bar areas are perfect for an indulgent dinner after exploring the villages and Cotswold hills that surround the pub.
The Cotswold Hills in south-central England are a popular tourist attraction, with rolling countryside and picture postcard towns and villages.
Probably no-one alive is going to see one of these again," the Royal Astronomical Society's Robert Massey said after witnessing the event from the Cotswold hills in southwest England.
Admire the picturesque Cotswold hills, with fine views of the many Cotswold villages, impressive castles and stately homes in the area.
ON CHELTENHAM Festival week, you'll always find a lot of footballers - past and present - heading for the Cotswold hills.
After crossing the northern end of the Cotswold Hills, it meanders across the lowland fens of Lincolnshire and the flat Vale of York before climbing over the Pennine hills to reach England's highest market town at Alston in Cumbria.
Inside the surrounding Cotswold hills and directly over Cheltenham's packed amphitheatre.
Security guards patrolled the grounds of the 15th-century castle, set amid the Cotswold hills.