Abbey House Gardens, nestled beside old Malmesbury Abbey in this lovely Wiltshire Cotswold location just 5 miles from M4 J17. Park easily in the Long stay car park to stay all day with refreshment available.
The Beaufort Polo Club is the foremost centre for the development of polo in the Cotswolds. Home to the famous Tomlinson polo dynasty you can always be assured of watching or playing polo of the highest quality at every level from 2 to 20 goal
Founded in 1975, Beckford Silk is first and foremost a manufacturing company. Designing, printing and making, scarves and ties for heritage outlets and corporate customers and offer a complete manufacturing service from design development to packaging.
Belas Knap is certainly one of the favourite burial mounds. It's a bit of a hike to get there but well worth the effort. If you're lucky and you get the site to yourself, maybe towards dusk, then it can be magical.
Berkeley Castle has been lived in by the same family for over 900 years. It is where history has been made. Where Edward II was murdered, where the Barons of the West gathered before Magna Carta and where Queen Elizabeth I hunted and played bowls.
Bibury Trout Farm is a working trout farm and is one of Britain’s oldest trout farms. Bibury Trout Farm was founded in 1902, by the naturalist Arthur Severn, to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout. The trout farm now covers 15 acres in Bibury.
Blenheim Palace, home to the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, offers a memorable day out. Set in 2100 acres of beautiful parkland, Blenheim Palace is surrounded by sweeping lawns, formal gardens and the magnificent Lake.
Bourton House Garden will re-open to the general public from 10am to 5pm every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from June to September. Groups may visit between May and October but advance booking is essential.
Broadway Tower is one of England’s outstanding viewpoints and is the second highest point on the Cotswold Ridge. The eighteenth century Gothic folly from which it is possible to survey an area which includes as many as thirteen counties.
At Buscot Park you will find exqusite gardens, including the spectacular Water Garden designed by Harold Peto and the Four Seasons Walled Garden created by the present Lord Faringdon. The House is also home to the Faringdon Collection.
Leave the hustle and bustle of today's world and visit Cerney House Gardens, where time seems to stand still. Let old-fashioned scents and colour surround you in this romantic secret garden. Explore the working organic kitchen garden amongst the overflowing borders.
Shakespeare was rumoured to be caught poaching on the estate. 700 years of the Lucy family, with a uniquely extensive portrait collection. Colourful landscaped gardens by the River Avon
Great walking and picnic opportunities in the 'Capability' Brown deer park.
A unique 400-year-old time capsule. Rare tapestries, portraits and personal belongings. Classic Elizabethan topiary garden. Lawn where the rules of modern croquet were laid down. Idyllic Cotswolds setting, next to a 12th-century parish church. Entrance by ticket only.
Chavenage House is an Elizabethan era manor house situated 1.5 miles northwest of Tetbury, in the Cotswolds area of Gloucestershire. Chavenage offers personal tours, usually conducted by the owner, David Lowsley-Williams.
The Golf Club offers a traditional welcoming atmosphere and a picturesque and interesting course kept in wonderful condition throughout the year. Many of the holes are virtually unchanged from James Braids original design and offer wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.
Home to one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities in the country. Corinium, Roman Cirencester, was the second largest town in Roman Britain. Experience life as a Roman. Marvel at the stunning mosaics. Visit a Roman Garden.
The countryside is one of the main reasons people visit the Cotswolds and following the Cotswold Way is a wonderful way to see the area. Running from Chipping Campden to Bath (100 miles), the trail picks its way through lots of tiny villages along the way.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian Manor House and has been open to the public since 1970. The Park is home to a fascinating collection of mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates.
Specialising in organic, fresh, seasonal and local produce; vegetables, fresh from the kitchen garden; award-winning handmade cheeses from the Creamery; breads, pastries, cakes and biscuits from the Bakery; fresh meat and farm shop.
One of the finest cathedrals in England and rated as one of the most beautiful in the world - Gloucester Cathedral is one of the architectural jewels of the city of Gloucester. The magnificent 900 year old Norman Cathedral lies at the heart of the city.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway runs along a part of the former Great Western Railway’s mainline from Birmingham to Cheltenham. The line commands wonderful views of the sleepy hamlets and villages, as it runs though the beautiful Cotswold countryside.
Hailes Abbey enjoys a beautiful setting on the western fringe of the Cotswolds surrounded by wooded pasture. The museum displays include some fine examples of medieval sculpture and decorated floor tiles.
This garden is internationally renowned and is a series of smaller gardens each with its own theme. One of the most inventive and influential gardens of the 20th century. Located near the village of Hidcote Bartrim not far from Chipping Campden.
Highgrove House & Garden near Tetbury in Gloucestershire is the family home of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. The Duchy of Cornwall owns Highgrove, and bought the house, garden and nearby farmland now known as Duchy Home Farm in 1980.
Highgrove products take their inspiration from the gardens at Highgrove and reflect the wide-ranging interests and passions of HRH The Prince of Wales. Profits from the sale of products sold from the Highgrove shops or web site are paid to The Prince's Charities Foundation.
Hook Norton Brewery is one of the most visited Cotswold tourist attractions in the UK. Just a few miles from Chipping Norton, the Brewery is the finest example of a Victorian tower brewery in the country.
Kelmscott Manor, a grade 1 Listed Tudor farmhouse adjacent to the River Thames, was built in the late 1500s. The Manor is built of local limestone on the edge of the village of Kelmscott. The house contains an outstanding collection of the possessions and works of William Morris.
Idyllically set on a hill just outside Chipping Campden in the North Cotswolds,you will find the very best in outdoor furniture, a fantastic collection of ladies’ accessories and clothing, exquisite interior ideas and inspired presents for every special occasion.
Mill Dene is a private garden created by the Dares for their family. There are plenty of seats from which to enjoy the mill pond and its kingfishers. Beautiful views and an air of tranquility and peace and history.
Naunton Downs is an 18 hole, par 71 course, which is situated in an area of outstanding Cotswold countryside. The course was designed keeping the natural features and landscape in mind, and offers a challenge to suit golfers of all ages and abilities.
Cheltenham's finest Regency building was completed in 1830 as the centre piece for Joseph Pitt's Pittville estate. Located at the North end of Pittville Park visitors can still sample the famous spa waters and take a tour of the fabulous grounds.
Prescott is tucked away amidst the still quite unspoiled Cotswold countryside. Here visitors can view the green hills around or watch competing cars from a number of advantageous points all in a spacious 'confine'.
The Red Lion at Long Compton...
Real ales, fine wines, superb food and a warm welcome await you from your hosts Sarah and Lisa at The Red Lion. Originally built as a coaching inn in 1748, this Grade II listed free house is located in the Cotswolds.
Established in 1990 by ex English Sporting Champion and former International shot, Rob Ireland. Rob Ireland's activity days have become firm favourites with many of the UK's leading companies along with hundreds of individuals and groups.
The remains of one of the largest Roman villas in the country provide a fascinating insight into 4th-century Roman Britain. The site was discovered in 1864 on the Earl of Eldon's estate by a local gamekeeper, and subsequently excavated by his estate workers.
Sezincote (pronounced See-zin-kt) is a unique and extraordinary Indian house set amidst the Cotswold Hills. Built in 1810 by Charles Cockerell, who had worked in India, there is a central dome, peacock tail windows and pavilions. Sezincote was the inspiration for the Brighton Pavilion.
Lavender has thrived on the gentle free draining limestone hills. At 1000 feet above sea level the combination of soil type, altitude and climate produce ideal growing conditions for the finest English essential oils. With 53 acres of lavender, 250,000 plants and 70 miles of rows.
Once described as ''a house for the evening hours, surely the loveliest spell of the day'', Snowshill Manor is a typical, traditional Cotswold house, built of golden yellow local stone and set on a hillside above the Vale of Evesham.
Join the guests of Lord and Lady Bearsted and experience the weekend house party of a 1930s millionaire. Surrounded by the internationally important art and porcelain collections, hear and discover more about family life and join in the atmosphere.
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle in Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire. It sits on a bend on the River Avon. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 within or adjacent to the Anglo-Saxon burh of Warwick.
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum is one of the most spectacular tree gardens in the world. An historical collection of over 3,000 different trees and shrub. Covering six hundred acres, the arboretum is an inspiring place to relax, get back to nature and indulge your senses.
Woodchester Mansion is an architectural masterpiece of the Victorian age abandoned by its builders before it could be completed. It has been virtually untouched by time since the mid-1870s, and today offers a unique opportunity to tour and explore a Gothic building in mid-assembly.