Located in the heart of Bourton on the Hill. Visit our friendly local for a leisurely meal.
The 56 acre arboretum is a short walk from Bourton. Garden Terrace cafe & garden centre. The Cotswold Falconry centre is also next door.
These superb gardens, famed for their roses, are the creation of three generations of women gardeners.
A volunteer operated heritage railway offering a 28 mile round trip through spectacular Cotswold scenery with views to the vale of Evesham, the Malverns and beyond to Wales. The railway has stops at Broadway, Toddington, Winchcombe and Cheltenham Racecourse.
Founded in 1246 by the Earl of Cornwall, Hailes Abbey is set amid delightful Cotswold countryside.
This museum celebrates the work of renowned 20th century furniture designer, Sir Gordon Rusell MC, and that of his company over a period of 60 years.
An award winning 3 acre garden surrounding a fine 18th century manor house. With wide herbaceous borders the garden features imaginative topiary including a secluded knot garden, a topiary walk and a parterre. The use of tender and exotic plants coupled with an imaginative colour palette will excite the interest of the dedicated plantsman, the garden enthusiast and the casual visitor
Snowshill is no ordinary manor, it is home to Charles Paget Wade’s extraordinary collection. The whole house is filled with curiosities, packed to the rafters with 22,000 unusual objects, from tiny toys to Samurai suits of armour.
One of the best known and influential Arts & Crafts gardens in England with its linked rooms of hedges, rare trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders, set in the rolling Cotswold hills.
A Jacobean country house, built between 1607 and 1612. Owned by the same increasingly impoverished family until 1991, it is a capsule of 400 years of family life. It is also considered the birthplace of croquet.
The home of Countryfile’s Adam Henson. Visitors can interact with the animals and learn about farming past, present & future. Home of rare breed conservation including Gloucester Old Spot pigs and Highland cattle.
Celebrating the designers & craft people who have worked in Chipping Campden since the beginning of the 20th century. This is a story of the Arts & Craft movement and its legacy.
An outstanding Jacobean manor house and home to the tallest gravity-fed fountain in the world.
An iconic landmark on top of the Cotswolds escarpment, set within a 50-acre parkland estate.