Friday, 1 February 2019

Bourton On The Water

The Cotswolds is a honeycomb coloured with all the beautiful limestone cottages and buildings just glowing warmly whatever the weather and I am very firm believer of not just visiting places when it is sunny and warm but also when it is cold or frosty etc. I do believe that weather is no barrier to getting out and about you just have to have the right clothing and footwear and you're good to go. Bourton on the water is a beautiful village  nestled in the gentle rolling hills that is located within a valley. Now it is known as the Venice of the Cotswolds and it is not hard to see why as littles bridges cross the gentle flowing River Windrush. I find it very relaxing in the Cotswolds it one of those places you can just let your troubles float away in the beautiful scenery.

In January Bourton is sleepy and not chock full of tourists and there is carparks doted about the place there is plenty to see in this quaint village some of which is open later in the season. You don't have to spend a fortune in bourbon on the water to have a go time its a place where you can just relax rest and unwind.

Come for a few days stay or just come for the day you will not be disappointed and you'll find that you will be spoilt for choice in accommodation , food and attractions to see in and around Bourton on the water.Coming in quiet times really does make the difference as you're not having to fight your way through hoards of tourists and travel is for all year round anyway.You will be charmed by the lovely rambling nature of the Cotswolds and it is a beautiful place that you will need to come back to time after time.

Now there is plenty to see in Bourton On The Water

1.Model village it is small and quaint and takes no times at all to go round and it is really cheap to visit , there at some additional charges to pay if you want to see some moanture working models we didn't bother on this occasion.

2. Dragonfly Maze again we didn't do this but I have heard that it fun to do.

3.Birdland  Now this is something we will will go to I always like with places to have something to come back to and not neccasirly hit everything in one go it keeps the mystery and adventure alive in me.

4. The Motor Museum is one agin we will come back and visit it wasn't open when we popped by for the day and it looks right up my street , and I love supporting village communities it is inspiring to give something back in life.

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