Discover Your Dream Cotswolds Rental: Top 24 Sites (2023)

Cotswolds rental property

Finding a rental property in the Cotswolds can be a daunting task, but there are plenty of resources available to help.

Whether you’re looking for a house, cottage, or luxury monthly rental, this list of 24 Cotswolds rental property websites offer a variety of options with detailed descriptions and photos.

Many of them also provide helpful filters such as price range and amenities so you can easily narrow down your search.

With so many choices available, you’re sure to find the perfect place for your next stay in the Cotswolds.

The List – 24 Websites

Here are 24 websites offering traditional and unique properties to rent in popular and off-the-beaten track.

  1. Bolthole Retreats – Bolthole Retreats offers holiday cottages and homes near local pubs in the Cotswolds. They provide a range of experiences, including VIP events and categories such as active and arts & culture.
  2. Briarfields Motel and Touring Park – A family-friendly holiday park offering camping pitches, glamping pods, and motel rooms on-site facilities such as a swimming pool, play area, and restaurant.
  3. Cotswold Camping – Cotswold Camping is a family-friendly camping and glamping site offering camping pitches, glamping pods, and bell tents.
  4. The Cotswold Company offers a range of romantic retreats, holiday cottages, apartments, lodges and large houses that can accommodate up to 10 guests. They have pet-friendly properties and properties with hot tubs.
  5. Character Cottages – Character Cottages offers luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. They have a wide range of properties, from cosy cottages for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 16 guests.
  6. Cotswold Cottage Gems – Cotswold Cottage Gems provides a selection of luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. Their properties are handpicked and offer unique features such as hot tubs, swimming pools, and games rooms.
  7. Cotswold Farm Park – This is a family-friendly holiday park located on a working farm with fully furnished glamping pods and shepherd’s huts, and camping pitches. There are play areas, farm tours, and a cafe.
  8. Cotswold Grey – This site offers high end holiday cottages in the Cotswolds in towns such as Chipping Norton, Moreton-in-Marsh, and Bourton-on-the-Water. They also offer concierge services and can arrange activities such as hot air balloon rides and horse riding.
  9. Cotswold Hideaways – Cotswold Hideaways offers a range of holiday cottages in the Cotswolds, from romantic retreats for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 16 guests. They also offer pet-friendly properties.
  10. Cotswold Leisure – Cotswold Leisure is a holiday park located in Cirencester, in the heart of the Cotswolds. They offer a range of accommodation options, including fully furnished lodges and apartments, and camping pitches.
  11. Cotswold Hoburne – This is a family-friendly holiday park offering lodges, caravans, and camping pitches. On-site facilities include swimming pools, play areas, and restaurants.
  12. Cotswold Lettings – They offer a range of properties, from romantic retreats for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 16 guests and properties that are pet-friendly properties and with hot tubs.
  13. Cotswold Water Park is a large holiday park offering lodges, apartments, and caravans. Their lodges and apartments are fully furnished and equipped with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and full kitchens. On-site facilities include swimming pools, fitness suites, restaurants, and cafes. The area is great for walks, fishing, water activities, picnics and more.
  14. Cotswold Yurt Holidays – Cotswold Yurt Holidays is a glamping site offering yurts, bell tents, and shepherd’s huts. They also have on-site facilities such as a communal kitchen, fire pit, and games room.
  15. Holiday Cottages offers over 500 properties to choose from in the Cotswolds, ranging from cosy cottages for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 16 guests.
  16. Independent Cottages offers a range of self-catering holiday cottages across the UK, including the Cotswolds and all are independently owned and managed. They offer a range of accommodations, from romantic retreats for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 20 guests. They also have pet-friendly properties and properties with hot tubs.
  17. The Lakes by Yoo – The Lakes by Yoo is a luxury holiday resort with villas, apartments, and lodges all fully furnished. Facilities include a spa, fitness suite, and restaurant.
  18. Manor Cottages – If you are looking to stay in Burford, Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the-Wold and other towns, Manor Cottages have everything from traditional thatched cottages to contemporary apartments.
  19. Rural Retreats offers over 100 properties to choose from, ranging from cosy cottages for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 14 guests.
  20. StayCotswold – Specializing in luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds, properties include cottages, barn conversions, lodges, and shepherd’s huts.
  21. Sykes Cottages offers cosy cottages for two to large houses that can accommodate up to 22 guests. There are also have pet-friendly properties and those with hot tubs.
  22. The Glamping Orchard – Located in Longney, Gloucestershire, The Glamping Orchard offers unique accommodations including vintage caravans, a converted horse box, and a luxury treehouse. Facilities include a wood-fired hot tub, pizza oven, and games room.
  23. The Wildings – Here you can find bell tents, shepherd’s huts, and a converted railway carriage with a communal kitchen, fire pit, and games room.
  24. AirbnB – AirbnB offers a range of holiday rental properties in the Cotswolds and hosted by individual hosts.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where is the Cotswolds located?
    The Cotswolds is a beautiful rural area in south-central England, spanning across six counties: Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, and Somerset.
  2. How do I get to the Cotswolds from London?
    The Cotswolds is easily accessible from London by train, bus, or car. The average train journey takes about 1.5 to 2 hours, while driving can take around 2 hours, depending on traffic and your specific destination within the Cotswolds.
  3. What is there to do in the Cotswolds?
    There are plenty of activities to enjoy in the Cotswolds, including hiking, cycling, visiting historic sites, exploring charming villages, shopping in local markets, and attending cultural events and festivals.
  4. What are some must-visit towns and villages in the Cotswolds?
    Some popular towns and villages to visit in the Cotswolds include Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Cirencester, and Tetbury.
  5. What is the best time to visit the Cotswolds?
    The best time to visit the Cotswolds is during spring (March to May) and fall (September to November), when the weather is mild, and the landscapes are at their most vibrant. Summer (June to August) is also a popular time, but it can be crowded and more expensive.
  6. How many days should I spend in the Cotswolds?
    A weekend trip is enough to get a taste of the Cotswolds, but if you want to explore more towns and villages, a 3-5 day trip would be ideal.
  7. Is the Cotswolds a good destination for families?
    Yes, the Cotswolds is a great destination for families, offering many outdoor activities, family-friendly attractions, and accommodations suitable for all ages.
Enchantment Awaits
Enchantment Awaits

The Cotswolds region is home to many charming villages and towns, churches, historic landmarks, outdoor activities, in a beautiful part of England. After visiting the region many times, we created the Travel Cotswolds website dedicated to helping others plan their own trips to the Cotswolds.

If you’re looking for other places to visit, click on Cotswolds Villages A-FVillages G-O, and Villages P-Z.

Contact: hello@travelcotswolds.com

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