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“Montpellier Gardens lie close to the town centre and are an important part of Cheltenham's regency landscape. Many of the buildings surrounding the gardens are listed grade one. The site has been owned by the borough council since 1893 and is part of the Cheltenham Central Conservation Area which, at over 600 hectares, is one of the largest in the country. The gardens can be broadly split into two recreational zones. You'll find most of the park facilities in the southern section, including toilets, cafe, tennis courts and a toddlers' play area. The larger informal northern section is used for promenading, sitting, and informal children's play.”
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“There is something for everyone here; Lovely walks around the lakes, bird spotting, Angling, Water sports (Water skiing, Paddle boarding Canoeing, Wake boarding to name a few), Archery, Golf, Shooting, Horse Riding and many more.... ”
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Almenningsgarður
“The Abbey House Gardens sit right next to the iconic Malmesbury Abbey and are over 1300 years old, with "the first King of England buried somewhere in the garden, two saints thrown down the well, and now considered one of the great gardens of the world." A truly spectacular garden that has been the location for TV programmes, hosts weddings, garden yoga and until 2019 was known for the Naked Gardener, Ian Douglas Pollard, who transformed the garden with fellow gardener Martin Roberts from a formal garden to today's stunning naturalistic riverside garden.”
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“A stunning English Country Home, open to the public and standing in beautiful parkland. Part of the 'National Trust'”
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Zoo
“The perfect place for inquisitive minds and nature lovers alike, Cotswold Falconry Centre gives you a fantastic insight into the world of birds of prey. Located near Moreton in Marsh, you’ll have the chance to see daily flying displays and over 130 different birds of 60 different species, including those on the Critically Endangered list. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Park on Selsley common and walk to the escarpment. Take in the views over to the river Severn and wales in the distance. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Visit the Festival of British Eventing, held every August at Gatcombe Park.”
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“Head to Woodchester Park for a circular walk of up to 8 miles (shorter ones possible) through a hidden valley with lakes stepped through it. At the centre is the unfinished, Gothic masterpiece of local architect, Benjamin Bucknall, open to the public on certain days. We had our engagement party in the mansion in December 2009 - that was a lot of fun!”
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“Lovely lakeside walks in this "Capability" Brown parkland which is part of the National Trust.”
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“Definitely worth a visit for families only 3.7 miles from the lodge. £5 per car until 4th May. Cordoned off swimming area with beach, lifeguards with plenty to do. Playground, volleyball court, BBQ Station, climbing wall and plenty of grassed areas to bring your own picnic or visit Beach shack Cafe. Pedaloes £8/half hour Mini -port electric boats £10/15 mins Great day with plenty to occupy the whole family...walks/cycling paths around the 2 large lakes.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Award-winning 3-acre garden surrounding an 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn.  ”
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Bygging
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“Managed jointly by The National Trust and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, Crickley Hill is a beautiful part of the Cotswold escarpment that overlooks the Severn Vale. Filled with archaeological remains dating from the Neolithic period, Crickley Hill is a stunning destination for walking and exploring, boasting exquisite views. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Cotswolds AONB, Fosse Way, Northleach, Cheltenham GL54 3JH 1.13 hours 49 miles”
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“Newark Park stands proud on top of the Cotswold escarpment, looking down into the Ozleworth valley and to the Mendips beyond. The Newark estate is situated in an unspoilt corner of Gloucestershire, with barely a sign of modern life visible in any direction. The garden and estate showcase a range of seasonal specials, such as snowdrops, aconites and daffodils, wild garlic, summer borders and autumn cyclamen. A beautiful setting with splendid views of the Cotswold countryside, waiting to be discovered and explored. A place of architectural intrigue, quaint gardens and sprawling parkland there is much to see and do at Newark! ”
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