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With the Venice of the Cotswolds on your doorstep, the Slaughters in the Cotswolds is a great place to stay.
Enjoying The Slaughters in the Cotswolds
Just over a mile from Bourton-on-the-Water are the twin villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter.
The name comes from old English "Slohtre", which has nothing to do with killing things and means "Muddy place".
Today's villages are far from muddy places, they are the epitome of idyllic, civilised Cotswold charm.
Straddling the banks of the River Eye, also known as Slaughter Brook, the two villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter have remained virtually unchanged for more than a century.
Upper Slaughter lies, as its name suggests, minutes upstream from Lower Slaughter. Perfect to go hiking, cycling and enjoying a day in the quaint village life.
One of the best ways to see the Cotswolds Slaughters is by staying in one of these Lower Slaughter holiday cottages.
Types of Cottages in the Slaughters in the Cotswolds
The cottages in the Slaughters come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
You can create lasting memories from the comfort of a holiday cottage in the Slaughters.
Things to do in Upper Slaughter
Upper and Lower Slaughter offer a great selection of family-friendly things to do.
Starting with a walk between the two villages, you can explore the Cotswolds countryside with the sun beaming down.
Or take a bit longer and loop around to explore Bourton-on-the-Water on your visit.
Whether you want walks, cafes, churches, or to relax, the Slaughters have something for everyone.
Start planning your Cotswold holiday to the Slaughters online with Character Cottages today.