Discover the Cotswolds
Perfectly positioned in the heart of the Cotswolds, we are surrounded by rolling hills, ancient woodlands, and quaint towns and villages steeped in history and culture.
With countless country lanes, gentle slopes, gliding descents and lush green landscapes to explore, we’d be silly not to devise our very own Cotswolds cycle route. Our ‘Tour de Triangle’ links us up to our two big sisters, Calcot & Spa and Barnsley House. To get your trip mapped out, please get in touch with our cycling guru Michele, on firstname.lastname@example.org
They don’t call the Cotswolds an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for nothing. And with more the 3,000 miles of public footpaths and quaint rural hamlets to explore, the best way to explore this breathtaking landscape is undoubtedly on foot. Very close by, you can ramble through breathtaking tapestries of farmland or discover ancient woodlands… we can help you on your way with our own wellies, walking maps and even a delicious picnic.
Painswick Rococo Gardens
Nestled just outside our pretty petite village is the historic Painswick Rococo Gardens, the only surviving complete Rococo garden in the entire country. Designed in the 1740’s as a pleasure garden, this beautiful valley of flowers, plants and trees is perfect for snapping stunning photos and losing yourself amongst the natural splendour.
During your stay, there are many fantastic historic homes awaiting discovery. From the historic Sudeley Castle and Gardens, that offers over 1,000 years of English history, to Broadway Tower, a landmark that boasts views across 16 counties, there’s no shortage of history for you to uncover.
World renowned, this Victorian botanical garden is home to a whopping 15,000 tree specimens from every corner of the globe. It also boasts over 17 miles of pathways, perfect for a day out in your wellies exploring one of Gloucestershire’s most beautiful must-see destinations.
Proudly rural, it’s unsurprising that the Cotswolds serves a delicious array of culinary delights. Foodie markets have popped up in nearby villages and towns that are definitely worth a visit if you’re seeking a flavoursome experience. Our nearby favourites include the Stroud market, held every Saturday from 9am to 2pm and the Tetbury market, held every Wednesday from 9am to 2pm. Gloucestershire is famed for its Gloucester Old Spot sausages, Tewksbury mustard and Bibury Trout. Oh, and once a year, some of us like to chase a round of Double Gloucester cheese down a hill, but you may have already heard about that!
During your Cotswold getaway, there are many nearby towns worth visiting. World-renowned for its annual Gold Cup festival, Cheltenham boasts stunning Regency architecture and boutique shopping. A bustling market town dating back to Roman times, Cirencester offers a mixture of shopping, eating and drinking destinations, and its own small amphitheatre. Also worth a visit is Chipping Campden. Sitting snugly in the lovely northern Cotswolds, the high street of the town is bursting with beautiful historic buildings that are most definitely photo worthy.