There is so much to do and see in this area!
Art & Museums
Visit the Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum; The World of Mechanical Music Museum, or the The National Waterways Museum.
Eating & Drinking
So much choice: Our local Pub/Restaurant 'The Apple Tree' is just a short walk down the lane and footpaths. If you are looking for Michelin Stars, try out No5 North Street, Winchcombe; Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham; or The Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter. And a wide choice of Pubs, ethnic restaurants and take-aways in nearby Bishops Cleeve and Cheltenham.
The Playhouse, The Everyman and The Beacon Theatres, all in Cheltenham; the Longborough Festival Opera; and al the different Cheltenham Festivals, such as Muzic, Jazz, Literature and Science.
Recreation & Sports
Cheltenham is famous for the Gold Cup – the Cheltenham Races; Cheese Rolling near Brockworth; and County Cricket. And of course the area offers great cycling and walking, with the Cotswold Way – a National Trail - nearby.
Nature & Countryside
Sir Peter Scott’s WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre; The Severn Estuary with the world-famous Severn Bore; and many Sites of Special Scientific Interests (SSSI) throughout the Cotswolds. Or just look out of the windows at Homelands!
Castles, Stately Homes and Gardens
Where do we start? You could visit Sudeley Castle, Blenheim Palace, or Warwick Castle. Or the National Trust’s Snowshill Manor, Hidcote Manor Gardens, Woodchester Park, or Westbury Court Garden.
Archaeology and Heritage
You can go fossil hunting on Cleeve Hill, or visit Hailes Abbey, the Chedworth Roman Villa, or the Nottingham Hill Iron Age Fortress just outside our front door!
A few days before your arrival we will email you with directions, confirm your requested arrival time, and include many Links to things to see and do in this area.