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The local village pub is a short walk along the country lane from Ashtree Farm Bed and Breakfast. The Royal Oak is a friendly, homely Cotswold country pub – a free house serving classic pub food, local cask ales, great wines and warm hospitality.
A beautiful Cotswold town, this thriving market town is a treasure trove of antique shops, is one of the many beautiful places to visit.
The "queen of the hilltop" is the oldest continually inhabited town in England, with its imposing 7th century Abbey dominating the town centre, it really is an exceptional town to explore
Castle Combe is a quintessentially English village often named as the ‘prettiest village in England.' and a number one place to visit. Featured regularly as a film location, most recently in The Wolf Man, Stardust and Stephen Spielberg’s War Horse. It was also used in the original Dr Doolittle film.
This vibrant market town is definitely worth a visit. There are lots of lovely shops, museums, restaurants. The Corn Hall is wonderful for shopping.
Totally gorgeous with its famous golden Bath stone Georgian architecture, great shopping, restaurants, art galleries, museums, boat trips, the imposing 10th century Bath Abbey and, of course, the wonderful Bath Spa with its famous Roman Baths. You can swim on the rooftop with a stunning view of Bath.
One of England’s most iconic sites and described by William Morris as “the most beautiful village in England”
The absolutely stunning arboretum is famous for its spectacular autumn colour and spring rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolia displays. There are 17 miles of accessible paths. Popular events include Forest Live concerts and the enchanted Christmas illuminated trail.
Home to TRH’s The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. You can tour the gardens. Very popular book well in advance. The Highgrove shop in Tetbury, is a perfect spot to shop for souvenirs and presents.
The impressive home is steeped in history - including its role during the English Civil War - and has remained relatively unchanged from its stone exterior to its swish interiors. Poldark and Lark Rise to Candleford were filmed here.
Deep in a private Cotswold valley, the Tudor house Owlpen Manor is steeped in 800 years of history, with Arts and Crafts furniture and its own community of ghosts.
A beautiful setting with splendid views of the Cotswold countryside, waiting to be discovered and explored.
A place of architectural intrigue, quaint gardens and sprawling parkland there is much to see and do at Newark.
With 1300 years of history, the first King of England buried somewhere in the garden, two saints thrown down the well. The spirit of the place shines through and could be the best garden visit you ever make.
Has incredible views and walks, snow drops in spring are beautiful. There is an old wives tale that only 99 yew trees will grow in the church yard and, every time someone plants the 100th, it dies. Strange!
A true castle built to keep people out, with all the trappings to match: trip steps designed to make the enemy stumble during an assault, arrow slits, murder holes, enormous barred doors, slots where the portcullis once fell, and worn stones where sentries stood guard.
It is also a fairytale Castle with its warm pink stone that glows in soft sunset light.
Set within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland. Surrounding the Georgian House are the terrace, walled and herbaceous borders, all radiating colour throughout the seasons. Children will be thrilled with the adrenaline-fuelled Adventure Playground.
Didmarton Point-to-Point course located just off the A46 on the A433 in the village of Didmarton is home to the Duke of Beaufort’s Hunt Point-to-Point Fixture run every year on the first Saturday in March.
The course is set within the stunning grounds of the historic Westonbirt House and provides access to 9 quality golf holes, providing an enjoyable round of golf for both beginners and the more experienced golfer.
Cotswold Edge Golf Club is one of the most stunning picturesque golf clubs in the South West of England on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment with views over the historic wool market town of Wotton-Under-Edge to The Gloucestershire Severn Vale, The Brecon Becons, The Malvern Hills, Severn Bridges, Wales and beyond.
All three courses at Minchinhampton Golf Club are renowned for their year round immaculate presentation and excellent drainage. The Championship Courses, The Avening Course and The Cherington Course, and The Old Course, combine to produce three outstanding and unique tests of golf.