Aston-Sub-Edge: Quintessential Cotswolds Living (2023)

Aston-sub-Edge is a picturesque village situated in the Cotswolds (designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966) and close to Stratford-upon-Avon and Chipping Campden, providing plenty of attractions and activities within easy reach.

Here you can experience Dover’s Hill, a National Trust property with stunning views, or venture over to Chipping Campden for some retail therapy. Visitors can enjoy nearby attractions such as Longborough Opera, Broadway and Daylesford within easy driving distance.

In Aston-sub-Edge, you have your choice of hotels, bed and breakfasts and other places to stay. Many properties have been designed with families in mind – they all boast bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens and features like children’s play areas or games rooms.

Aston-sub-Edge, one of the smallest parishes, is the ideal base to explore all that the region offers – from its heritage and attractions, to outdoor adventures like biking on the Cotswold Way.

From Heathrow Airport, it takes around 1.5 hours to get to Aston-sub-Edge by car.

The Cotswolds is a region that’s full of character and charm, with its quaint villages and historic landmarks offering a glimpse into England’s rich cultural heritage.

Other villages you may be interested in reading about are Ampney Crucis: A Charming Village in the Cotswolds (2023) and Bagendon.

By taking a driving holiday in the Cotswolds, you can immerse yourself in this history and experience the region’s unique character and charm.

Check out our comprehensive guide about Cheltenham or see the home page at www.travelcotswolds.com for more.

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