Cirencester town centre

30 Minute Drive

  1.  Cleeve Hill overlooking Cheltenham
    Cleeve Hill is located on Cheltenham’s North-Eastern edge, on the way to Winchcombe, affording breath-taking views of Cheltenham and the surrounding area...
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  2. Crickley Hill Cheltenham
    Visit part of the beautiful Cotswold countryside at Crickley Hill Country Park.  Managed jointly by the National Trust and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, the park is a haven for nature and home to many birds, reptiles and mammals and is recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its wonderful variety of wildflowers. Rising above the city of Gloucester, Crickley Hill it also boasts breath-taking views over the Severn Vale, the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountain.
  3. Chedworth Roman Villa (photo by Hazel Barry-Scott - courtesy of the National Trust)
    Cradled in a beautiful Cotswold valley rest the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in Britain.
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  4. St Peters Grange
    Monastic community set in the heart of the Cotswolds. Gift shop, tea room, adjacent to Prinknash Bird and Deer Park.
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  5. The friendly line in the Cotswolds offers a unique opportunity to sample train travel from 50 years ago...
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  6. Featured in The Telegraph as one of the Great British Drives, The Romantic Road takes you on a drive through quintessentially English countryside,starting in Cheltenham.
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  7. Day trip to Gloucester from Cheltenham
    Located a short 15 minute drive from the Regency town of Cheltenham, the historical city of Gloucester is a great choice for a day out whilst on a Cheltenham staycation...
  8. A warm welcome awaits you at Gloucester cathedral, one of the finest medieval buildings in the country. Discover soaring architecture, our world famous Cloister and the tomb of a murdered King.
    1. Historic Gloucester Docks
      Collection of restored Victorian warehouses, with shops, museums, restaurants and cafe bars. Boat trips and guided walks in summer months. The dockside also hosts the Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet and leisure quarter.
      1. Tewkesbury
        Situated where the Rivers Severn and Avon meet, Tewkesbury has a character all of its own and is one of the few places in the Cotswold area where you will see black and white half–timbered buildings.
      2. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
        Tewkesbury Abbey is a parish church of cathedral proportions tucked in the middle of the bustling market town of Tewkesbury. It contains many interesting features and should not be missed.
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      3. Winchcombe
        Winchcombe is an attractive market town in the Cotswolds with a long history. Located just 8 miles, approximately 20 minutes from Cheltenham town centre by car. The market place, boutique stores, and  centre streets are well worth a wander. Relax with a meal and drink in a timbered inn or enjoy afternoon tea in one of the many quaint coffee shops.
      4. Sudeley Castle
        Award-winning gardens surrounding Castle and medieval ruins. Exhibitions, rare-breeds pheasantry, restaurant & cafe, adventure play area.
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      5. Guiting Power
        A beautiful village in the heart of the north Cotswold country in the upper reaches of the Windrush Valley.
      6. Adam Henson with a piglet at Cotswold Farm Park
        Established in 1971 as the home of rare breed conservation, Cotswold Farm Park offers a fun-filled day out. Children can interact closely with the animals in the Touch Barn and there’s also a wildlife walk, adventure playground and farm safari.
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      7. The tiny village of Deerhurst is situated some 6 miles from Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire and can be reached via the A38 and B4213. It was the site of major historic importance at the Priory church of Saint Mary and is home to two Saxon Churches.
      8. Cirencester
        Cirencester is a thriving market town with a bustling market place presenting a colourful and lively scene.
      9. View over Stroud
        In Stroud, ‘the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds’, you will find an eclectic mix of galleries, cafes and shops – selling everything from fossils to fairies and vintage to vinyl - and one of the best Farmers’ Markets in the country.
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