Scotland has a wild beauty like no other. Lochs and glens forged from prehistoric glaciers, mountain ranges folding up into the moody sky's above. Stunning beaches, remote locations, cities steeped in history, towns inviting you to stay longer. Scotland has it all.
No matter whether you live here or are a welcome vistor from afar, England has so much to offer in terms of history, culture and exploration. The landscape varies from rugged moorland to undulating farmland, mixed woodland and Jurrasic coastlines.
Wales really does have something for everyone. You are never too far from one of over 600 castles and the region boasts 800 miles of coastline to explore. The vast national parks include Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire and the famous Snowdonia mountains.
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Gloucestershire falls within the region commonly known as the Cotswolds.
The Cotswolds covers a huge area of central England and runs through five counties (Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire). The three key things defining the Cotswolds is its golden coloured stone, a material you'll see used in much of its building, the rolling green hills which cover this vast rural area of outstanding beauty and the 'wolds'.
Top things to do in Gloucestershire includes but is by no means limited to; exploring Sudeley Castle and Gardens, a day out at the Cotswold Wildlife Park near Burford or soaking up some Roman history at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester.