Cotswold Tours - Taxis - Transfers

Let M.H Taxis Take You On A Tour Of The Cotswolds

M.H Taxis can take you anywhere you would like to go, But if you are unfamiliar with the local are then we will be more than happy to suggest a few areas that might be of interest to you on your trip into the Cotswolds.

Here are a few of the local towns and villages that we think are definitely worth a visit...........

Bourton On The Water

The main street lies well back for a broad lawn alongside the clear river windrush.Little stone bridges and tree shaded paths, the most famed and visited of Cotswold places

  • For more information please visit.

    Stow On The Wold

    Stow-on-the-Wold is a small, but well-known, market town of about 2000 people set in the Cotswold Hills and near the north-east corner of the English county of Gloucestershire.Set on a hill top, it stands beside the Roman Fosse Way at its junction with six other roads, and where a settlement has existed since the Iron Age.

  • Like many of the Cotswold towns and villages, the houses were built with the very distinctive mellow Cotswold stone from the local quarries. Many of the buildings date back to the 16th century.

    For more information please visit.   www.stowonthewold.net

    Moreton In Marsh

    Located at the head of the beautiful Evenlode valley, Moreton is a thriving market town dating back 1000 years to the Saxon era. The small, friendly and pretty town provides a wide range of facilities and is the perfect base from which to explore the world-famous Cotswolds.

  • http://www.cotswolds.info/places/moreton-in-marsh.shtml

  • Moreton is a small and friendly Cotswold town, with a good range of shopping facilities, which makes it an excellent centre for the tourist. Excellent hotels and restaurants abound in the town, while the beauty of the Cotswolds is on the doorstep.

    For more information please visit.   moreton-in-marsh info

    Snowshill Village

    Snowshill instales what the Cotswolds are all about. Set in the hills overlooking the vale of Evesham with some stunning views of the area, It also hosts Charles Wade's unique collection of craftmanship, This includes English, European and Oriental furniture, musical instruments, craft tools, toys, clocks and bicycles.

  • Many suits of Samurai armour are arranged to give the impression of a company of warriors meeting in the gloom of the green room Visitors can also see the imaginative interiors of wade's cottage and delightful arts and crafts garden Snowshill manor hosts a very good restaurant overlooking the Cotswold hills.

    For more information please visit.   Snowshill

    The Slaughters

    Better known Lower Slaughter is a very idyllic village with the river eye running through. Lower Slaughter is host to two excellent hotels, slaughter manor and washbourne court Upper Slaughter, a short mile from its more ordered neighbour this village has an air of timelessness.

  • the river eye flows through a rushy valley past pretty, scattered, dwellings whilst on the hill above, the Norman church and simple cottages overlook a small square.

    For more information please visit.   The Slaughters


    The 1/2 mile length of Burford high street has a variety of buildings many of which are several hundred years old. Hotels, shops, private houses, cafes and public houses follow one another in fascinating succession.

  • For more information please visit.   Burfordcotswolds.co.uk


    This fine old town is an ideal base for visiting nearby Sudley castle whilst hailes abbey and belas knap long barrow are just two miles away along the cotswold way north and south respectively.

  • For more information please visit.   www.winchcombe.co.uk


    Although best known for the trout filled river coln, The trout farm Arlington row and mill museum bibury, with its fine houses and pretty cottages clustered near the part saxon church would still be one of the best cotswold villages, without any of the above attractions.

  • For more information please visit.   www.bibury.com

    Mill Dene

    History is everywhere in the cotswold limestone of the lovely garden, the foundations of the watermill are 11th century. The garden remains intimate and individual. gooseberry standards celebrate new Dare arrivals and tiny headstones mourn the passing of favourite cats. a cricket lawn gives away the family's favourite sport.

  • For more information please visit.   www.milldenegarden.co.uk/

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