Cotswold Lifestyle

Welcome to my Lifestyle Blog from The Cotswolds

How to Reduce the Cost of Living in New York City for Renters

New York City is a world-class city with a lot of history. The Big Apple is home to the most iconic buildings, the quickest subways, and many famous restaurants. But what really makes New York City so special is the people. New Yorkers have been the backbone of this city for centuries. They work hard and they play hard. These days, not all New Yorkers can afford to live in Manhattan - even if they want to. That's because rent in Manhattan has...

The Cotswold Lifestyle Win 1 of 2 Great Prizes You have to be in it to Win it!

Welcome to The Cotswold Lifestyle 'BuyAGift' Competition, here I have two prizes to offer you. There is a first prize of a £100 BuyAGift Voucher and the second prize is a £25 BuyAGift voucher. Both of these fabulous prizes will come in really useful for Christmas this year or maybe you have some Birthday's coming up. You could buy some amazing items. You need to be in it to win it, so what are you waiting for enter now before the closing...

The Cotswold Lifestyle September Giveaway

Welcome to Cotswold Lifestyle’s September Free competition to win a Spooky halloween Hamper enter below its totally free to enter The Bloggers Taking Part Here is a list of all of the bloggers taking part in this giveaway - please show your support by visiting them. Mum's Guide to Life | Weddings and Wishes | The Heaton Family | Good Life & Mind | All Sort of Jazz | Foody Thoughts | Dharma Advise | Lula Grace | Kids on Roll | Cash Lee |...

Top 10 things to do with Teenagers and Families in the Cotswolds

TOP 10 things to do in the Cotswolds for a Family of mixed ages. I am lucky to live near the most amazing countryside and attractions. The Cotswolds region is a very popular tourist destination, but it is also a great place to raise a family. The UK is one of the best places to visit so much to see and do. The Cotswolds are a beautiful area in the south west of England. It is also known for its picturesque villages and rolling hills. If you want...

A visit to Snowshill Manor National Trust

If you love the Arts and Crafts style you will adore Snowshill Manor. It was a gorgeous sunny July day. We visited around 2pm which we found not too busy there is a narrow way single track to enter the National Trust site but plenty of parking free for National Trust members. The gardens and Manor are open most of the year. The cheapest way to visit is to take out the National Trust membership. Snowshill Manor  was created in 1919 by the...