Sometimes, nature travel is more refined than rugged. That's the case with our rural sojourn in the Cotswold Hills—it's filled with wild discoveries, yet decidedly genteel. On walks through ancient beech forest and rolling meadows, along hedgerows and trout-filled streams, delve into a landscape that offers an idyllic vision of traditional England. Our focus is on native habitats, wildlife and conservation in Britain's largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Explore hidden byways and unspoiled villages most visitors miss, enhanced with private tours of exquisite gardens, picnic lunches, and pints at local pubs still frequented by farmers and vicars whose roots go back centuries. We don't omit highlights on a grander scale, however—enjoy private presentations and exclusive access at Sudeley Castle, Hidcote Gardens, and Highgrove House and Gardens, the royal estate of the Prince of Wales. In spring, lavish floral displays burst into color, while autumn displays a tapestry of russet, gold and scarlet. In the evenings, Britain's finest country house hotels provide a luxurious retreat, as renowned for their sustainable farm-to-table fare as for their historic architecture and bucolic settings.
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