Daglingworth: A Peaceful Village With Traditional Charm (2023)

Daglingworth serene, a Cotswold gem to behold, nature’s peace abounds

Daglingworth

Escape to the charming Cotswold village of Daglingworth, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966. Dating back to 1150, this idyllic hamlet rests in the Duntisbourne Valley and boasts proximity to both the River Dunt and neighboring towns, including Cirencester and Cheltenham.

Visitors to Daglingworth will find plenty of things to do and see.

The village hall (www.daglingworthvillagehall.com) which is available for rent, is a great place to hold events. There you will find a kitchen, licensed bar, private meeting room, disabled access and toilet, and plenty of parking. The hall’s wooden floor is perfect for dancing, making it a popular venue for weddings and other celebrations.

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Daglingworth, check out the nearby Stratton House Hotel & Spa. This luxurious hotel offers comfortable accommodation, excellent dining, and a range of spa treatments to help you relax and unwind.

For those who want to explore the area further, Daglingworth is conveniently located near Cirencester and Cheltenham. Both towns offer a range of attractions, including museums, art galleries, and historic buildings.

Here are a few nearby villages and hidden gems that you might want to check out:

  1. Bibury – This picturesque village is often referred to as one of the most beautiful villages in England. It’s known for its honey-colored stone cottages, which line the banks of the River Coln.
  2. Painswick – This historic village is known for its beautiful churchyard, which is home to 99 yew trees. It’s also home to a range of independent shops and cafes, making it a great place to explore.
  3. Sapperton – This small village is located in the heart of the Cotswolds and is known for its beautiful scenery and historic buildings. It’s also home to the famous Thames and Severn Canal, which is now a popular spot for walking and cycling.
  4. Westonbirt Arboretum – This stunning arboretum is home to over 15,000 trees from around the world. It’s a great place to explore, with a range of walking trails and events throughout the year.
  5. The Cotswold Way – This long-distance walking trail runs for 102 miles through the heart of the Cotswolds. It’s a great way to explore the area and see some of its hidden gems.

These are just a few of the many villages and hidden gems that you can explore in the Cotswolds. Whether you’re interested in history, nature, or just want to relax and enjoy the scenery,

With its tranquil countryside and charming towns and villages, the Cotswolds is the perfect destination for a walking holiday. You can explore the region’s hidden gems on foot, taking in the sights and sounds of this beautiful region at a leisurely pace.

There are other reasons why the Cotswolds is such a great destination to visit and that’s…food!

The Cotswolds is a region that’s perfect for a farm-to-table culinary holiday, with its range of organic farms and small-scale producers offering a unique and authentic culinary experience.

From Heathrow Airport to Daglingworth takes around two hours by car. The Overley Road that runs through the village also goes through some fine and wonderful forestry and across wide open fields.

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 TravelCotswolds website dedicated to helping others plan their own trips to the Cotswolds.

Quick guides: Compton Abdale: A Village With Great Walks To Explore, Bagendon: A Quaint Village in the Cotswolds, and Avening: Stunning Views Across Rolling Hills

Contact: hello@travelcotswolds.com

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