Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England, and is most famous for its stunning scenery..Gloucestershire Information
Gloucestershireis all that you dream of as your favourite image of the English countryside.Sleepy..Devon Information
Discover Devon - unique, glorious, wild and wonderful, rich in history - a really special place..Somerset Information
In Somerset you will find a wonderful mixture of heritage, countryside and coast... Nestling in..Wiltshire Information
Known as "The gateway to the West Country", Wiltshire is a beautiful county of great diversity...Dorset Information
Get away from it all along the stunning Jurassic Coast, hunt for fossils on Dorset's picturesque..
Only an hour and a half away from London, the South West Region of England transports visitors into a world of superb natural attractions and historic towns and cities. This region is home to the Cotswolds where sightseers can stroll around stunning original villages set amongst picturesque streams and rivers, virtually unchanged for hundreds of years.
The engineering marvel of the roman baths are still open to the public after being built two thousand years ago in Bath and are very popular amongst visitors. Constructed even earlier and shrouded in layers of history and legend is Stonehenge which is famous throughout the world and is a magnet for anyone who wonders about the mysteries of our ancestors.
South West England is also home to some beautiful coastline highlighted by sandy beaches, imposing cliffs and walking trails bordered by lush country side and several famous cities. Devon, Cornwall and Plymouth are just a few of these that are great destinations laced with rich maritime history, restaurants and pubs.
Bath - the Roman city Learn everything about Bath from its historic landmarks like the Roman Baths..The Cotswolds Information
A two thousand square kilometre patch of land spanning six counties in England’s south west..Bristol Information
With a history rich in exploration and an ancient harbour at its beating heart, Bristol has grown..Stow-on-the-Wold Information
At a height of nearly 800 feet,Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest settlement in the Cotswold Hills...See all locations in England South West
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