Cotswolds

Activities

Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate

Rolling Hills and Meadows The rolling hills dotted with sheep, spreading meadows hued yellow with wildflowers, a crystal-clear Sherborne Brook that meanders through the estate…

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Red Rag Gallery

Authentic Art Red Rag specializes in excellent British art quality and services and offer represent artists from Britain, Ireland and Scotland spanning limited edition prints,…

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Lacock Abbey

Stunning Architecture Lacock Abbey was founded by Ela, Countess of Salisbury in 1232 and as it changed owners, each added their own flair to the…

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Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden

Castle to Tourist Destination Built in medieval times, Kenilworth Castle was once frequented by royalty including Queen Elizabeth I in honour of whom the Tower…

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Kelmscott Manor

Inspiration to Morris Constructed entirely of limestone and timber, Kelmscott Manor served as a peaceful resort for Morris and his friend, the renowned Dante Gabriel…

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Rollright Stones

Ancient Stones The ancient monument at Rollright Stones has three distinct sets of structures that are from different time periods in history: The King Stone,…

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Rousham House and Garden

Unspoiled Atmosphere Rousham is as authentic as it gets – original architecture, gardens designed by Sir William Kent and just the air of unspoiled English…

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The Old Mill

A Glimpse of the Past It probably was not a popular place during its heydays; however, the Old Mill is now a classic tourist attraction.…

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Westonbirt Arboretum

Home for Threatened Trees Spread over 600 acres, the Westonbirt Arboretum is a treasure trove of exotic plant life – from the pristine Two Winged…

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The Highgrove Gardens

Garden Gallery Attached to the private residence of the Prince of Wales, the Highgrove Gardens is the brainchild of Prince Charles who transformed the large…

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Sudeley Castle

Historic Castle Sudeley Castle has played its part in the regal life of England for several centuries. It is also where a queen- Katherine Parr,…

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Snowshill Manor and Garden

Themed Rooms and Curiosities Charles Wade was a passionate collector and an avid architect who combined his skills to create a fantastic museum of sorts…

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Hidcote Manor

Classic English Garden Hidcote, spread over 10.5 acres of greenery, was created by Major Lawrence Johnston, an avid plant collector who travelled extensively to add…

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Fosse Gallery

From Victorian to Modern Art Fosse Gallery was established in 1980 and made its foray into the world of art by showcasing Victorian watercolours. Later…

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Broadway Tower

Cotswolds’ Highest Castle Designed by acclaimed landscape designer Capability Brown back in the 18th century, Broadway Tower stands 65 ft. high atop a little mound.…

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Buscot Park

Sculptures, Furniture and Ceramics Within the gilded walls of Buscot Park is a treasure trove art, artefacts and antiques. Marble pillars, ebonised couches, painted panels,…

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Broadway Museum and Art Gallery

Tudor House Set in the grand, traditional Tudor House, the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery was formerly known as the Ashmolean Museum Broadway and indeed,…

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Bourton Model Railway Exhibition

For All Ages Founded in the charming village of Bourton-on-the-water, this fascinating destination is a surprisingly well-stocked toyshop as well as an exhibition of one…

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Birdland

Attractions at Birdland Founded by Leonard Hill in 1957, Birdland features unusual birds that inhabit over 6 acres of woodlands and gardens nourished by River…

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Chastleton House

Historic and the Home of Croquet The Chastleton House was built in the 17th century by an affluent wool merchant. The setting of the House…

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