Local Area

The world-famous Cotswolds offers a unique experience of the British countryside, combining beautiful villages, stunning scenery and unrivalled history...


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Bourton on the Water – Sitting astride the river Windrush, Bourton is known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’ and is just six miles away. It has a wide variety of shops and restaurants, along with a spectacular model village, model railway, Birdland and motor museum.

Stow on the Wold – Also within a short drive, Stow has many great pubs and eateries as well as an eclectic mix of antique stores and art galleries.

Cheltenham – Visit the beautiful Spa town, just 15 miles away, offering an excellent backdrop of splendid architecture, tree-lined avenues, parks and gardens with a varied choice of shops, museums, sports facilities, theatres and restaurants.


Market Days in the local area are as follows:

Stow on the Wold – 2nd Thursday of each month

Bourton on the Water – 4th Sunday of each month

Winchcombe – 3rd Saturday of each month

Stroud – every Saturday, 9am-2pm

Cheltenham – 2nd and last Friday of each month


Other local attractions include; Batsford Arboretum, Sudeley Castle, Broadway Tower, Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway, Bibury Trout Farm, and The Cotswold Water Park. The picturesque villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter are also right on our doorstep.


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To find out more about the Cotswolds, its many attractions and upcoming events, please visit Cotswolds.com.