Explore the Hidden Cotswolds    


Cotswold Teacup Tours is a friendly independent tour company offering tailor-made day trips to some of the most beautiful hidden places in the Cotswolds.


On the tour, you will discover scenic and historic locations within the Cotswolds, which the coach loads of tourists never get to see, due to inaccessible roads and time pressures. These locations are off-the-beaten track, and will give you a much deeper insight into life in the Cotswolds. 


Tour groups are limited to 5 people maximum, to enable visitors to make the most of their day.


We will visit ancient local churches, enjoy lunch at a cosy quaint village pub, take walks through beautiful Cotswold villages and stop to gaze in awe at a secluded Cotswold castle. 


Towards the end of the day you will take tea in the Cotswold Meadow (weather permitting), surrounded by wildflowers and natural grasses and a few chickens pecking about. In spring and summer, you can pick a posy from the flower cutting garden to take home with you.

Discover the

'off the beaten track'



Relax and unwind in a secluded 

Cotswold Wildflower



Take afternoon tea  in

a tranquil English 




Gallery of Tour Images
Stow on the wold

Cotswold Places

There are so many gorgeous places to visit within the Cotswolds. Your day will include quality time at some beautiful locations.


Feel free to contact us ahead of your visit if there's somewhere particular you'd like to go to in the Cotswolds. 


The Cotswold Meadow

 The Cotswold Meadow is a stunning rural oasis of tranquility. With views out to Blenheim Palace parkland and neighbouring Cotswold village of Combe, it is a place to relax and unwind.

The meadow contains naturally growing many special species of British wildflower, which are breathtakingly beautiful during the summer months. 

A new orchard has been planted and is at its loveliest in spring and autumn. Chickens wander freely around the meadow and visitors can check for any eggs!

cream tea

Afternoon Tea

Your host is very partial to a proper cup of tea and scone or slice of cake in the afternoon, and prepares delicious homebaked treats for her visitors.

Tea will be served in the meadow if the weather is fine. On rainy days,  teatime will be served inside our country kitchen, at the table.