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19 of the most beautiful streets in the Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 11:00 10 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:31 10 January 2018

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Sssh… Don’t tell anybody but we think we might have found the prettiest streets in the Cotswolds. Which one is your favourite?

Digbeth Street in Stow-on-the-Wold has plenty of Cotswold charm in the summer.

Arlington Row in Bibury is one of the most famous streets in Gloucestershire.

Church Road in Guiting Power could be from a fairytale.

Riverside is one of the prettiest locations in Bourton-on-the-Water.

Admire the colourful floral display of Cirencester’s Cecily Street.

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North Street in Winchcombe is beautiful come rain or shine.

The High Street of Moreton-in-Marsh epitomises the Cotswolds.

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The picturesque thatched roofs along Netting Street in Hook Norton make it look so wonderful.

Broadway High Street’s open lawns and cosy cottages are simply divine.

Doesn’t Chipping Campden High Street look so quaint?

We love the historic nature of Chapel Street in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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The Hill in Burford has the best views.

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This honey coloured square in Blockley is screaming to have its picture taken.

Rectory Lane in Woodstock is just asking to be explored.

The hilly High Street of Malmesbury is so cute

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The cottage adorned Bridge Street in Bretforton could feature in a story book.

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We always find it difficult to leave central Snowshill. Is it any wonder?

It is so fun exploring the winding back streets of Northleach.

Just by looking at the High Street, it may come as no surprise Castle Combe has been voted one of the prettiest villages in England.



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