Located on The Hill in Burford, known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, a pretty chocolate box market town with independent retaillers, pubs and restaurants. Close to the A40, Witney, and local amenities such as the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Burford Garden Centre. This popular town has made it onto the Forbes magazine top ten list of best places to live in Europe. Untouched by the Victorian building boom, this High Street looks just as it did when Charles II brought Nell Gwyn for dalliances at The George in the 1660s. Plenty of watering holes: The Lamb Inn—sofas, games, scallops, and dog bowls brought without being requested; The Angel turn off the main street to curl up by the fire in this 16th-century coaching inn; Huffkin everything from scones to steak-and-ale pies since 1890.