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Perhaps a little larger than its sleepier neighbors, Stow-on-the-Wold certainly feels more like a classic English village and a little less rural. The market town does share significant local history, surprisingly the Cotswold town at the highest elevation.
A little less picturesque than some of the smaller villages, you might visit Stow-on-the-Wold to refresh yourself between stops and have a quick bite to eat or drink in one of the many pubs & cafes. It's also a popular spot to look for antiques.
Planning your trip
Antiquing? Go for it! There are plenty of choices, especially as you meander from the town center.
You'll find more options for food & drink while planning the next leg of your journey, certainly restock your day's supplies if you're heading to quieter villages such as nearby Upper or Lower Slaughter.
When you should go
Most lively during afternoons, parking can still fill up early in the day. Watch for fair events in May and October.
What else you might need
The only issue you may face in planning your visit to Stow-on-the-Wold is parking, not an issue if you've joined a guided or escorted tour, or if you're on foot across the region.
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