Oxford and the Cotswolds

Immerse yourself in quintessential England as you take in the history, traditions, and landscape of one of England's most beloved regions. From rolling green hillsides to the inviting quads of historic colleges to imposing castles, experience authentic English charm on this nine-day tour.

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 Highclere Castle, the set for <i>Downton Abbey</i>. Credit: Highclere Enterprises  Chipping Camden, England  A typical village in the Cotswolds  Church in the Cotswold village of Bampton. Credit: Visit Oxfordshire  Blenheim Palace fountains, England  Oxford's All Souls College  Jane Austen's House, Chawton, England


Old Swan & Minister Mill

Whitchurch on Thames, United Kingdom

Tucked away in a lovely corner of the Cotswolds on the River Windrush, the award-winning Old Swan & Minster Mill boutique hotel has been respectfully restored to retain the country charm of bygone years while offering modern conveniences. The finely appointed guest rooms overlook the gardens and meadows surrounding the hotel. Each features two twin beds or one double bed, a private bathroom, individual climate control, satellite television, direct-dial telephone, complimentary wireless Internet access, safe, and hair dryer. The cozy rooms of the hotel's dining room and bar feature heavy wood beams, flagstone floors, and roaring fireplaces, while the Old Swan gardens offer alfresco dining in a picture-book setting. Hearty gastropub cuisine crafted from fresh local ingredients is served daily at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Windrush Spa offers massage and beauty treatments, indoor and outdoor pools, steam room, and sauna. Complimentary high-speed Internet access is available throughout the hotel.

Number of nights: 3

Macdonald Randolph Hotel

Oxford, United Kingdom

Located in the center of Oxford in a landmark building, the five-star Macdonald Randolph Hotel has elegance and charm and offers award-winning food in the heart of this world-famous university city. Having played host to prime ministers and presidents, the hotel's renowned Morse Bar is instantly recognizable as the pub favored by Colin Dexter's fictional detective, Inspector Morse. The hotel's beautiful architecture and historic setting provide the perfect venue to enjoy afternoon tea. Each room has all the modern amenities of a fine hotel and the hotel has an elevator.

Number of nights: 4