A boutique 48 hours in the Cotswolds, England

I’ve been to the Cotswolds twice before in my life many years ago, but it’s the kind of place you never forgot. Rolling elegantly across not one but six English counties, the thatch-roofed cottages, rickety almshouses and ancient mansions of honey-coloured stone are the kind of sights you don’t really forget in a hurry. Spring time – before the summer crowds arrive and when fresh greenery, colourful wild flowers and playful lambs fill the long stretches of unspoilt landscapes – is arguably the best time to make a return trip. So with an invitation to stay at the historic boutique hotel The Wood Norton and a chance to renew memories of the chocolate-box pretty area in a quinstenitally English convertible Morgan car, we made the two and a half hour easy car journey from London…

The Wood Norton is a perfectly preserved and beautifully presented Grade II listed hotel. Once

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