We’ve just got back from a few days in the Cotswolds (a very picturesque part of western England – see photos at the end of this post!).
On our way to the Cotswolds we made a short stop in Stratford Upon Avon and were lucky enough to stumble across Hobsons Patisseries and their giant scones, whose halves are separated by amazing towers of cream.
Stratford Upon Avon is famous as the birthplace of Shakespeare. But soaking in all the local history can be exhausting and may help you to work up an appetite. Here are some of your other options should you feel peckish:
Later in our trip, we also had afternoon tea at Huffkins in Stow on the Wold:
We’ve just got back, so I’ll need some more time to put together a proper post about our trip. In the meantime, here are a few photos I took in Lower Slaughter (yes, there really is a village called that) to give you an idea of some of the beautiful things we saw in the Cotswolds.
© Claire Huston / Art and Soul