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Guidebook for Chipping Campden

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Guidebook for Chipping Campden

Food Scene
The Bistro has an informal atmosphere and is open seven days a week serving a range of sharing plates as well as every-changing specials.The Bistro Bar offers a wide range of wines by the glass, as well as an enviable Gin selection and Gin tastings available . A cocktail list is also on offer, with a choice of classics or something new to try.
Bistro on the Square, Gin & Wine bar
The Bistro has an informal atmosphere and is open seven days a week serving a range of sharing plates as well as every-changing specials.The Bistro Bar offers a wide range of wines by the glass, as well as an enviable Gin selection and Gin tastings available . A cocktail list is also on offer, with a choice of classics or something new to try.
2 Rosette awarded Fig Restaurant, by contrast, offers fine dining in the evenings from Tuesdays to Saturdays and Afternoon Teas are available from 2-5pm 7 days a week, booking advised.
Fig (Fine dining & afternoon tea venue)
2 Rosette awarded Fig Restaurant, by contrast, offers fine dining in the evenings from Tuesdays to Saturdays and Afternoon Teas are available from 2-5pm 7 days a week, booking advised.  
Dine in relaxed surroundings with the warm ambience of open fires in the winter, or on our pretty terrace in the summer. We offer traditional Greek cuisine, complemented by modern, Mediterranean dishes.  From an array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish, seafood and seasonal daily specials, to our renowned “Marathona” fillet steaks; all our ingredients are locally-sourced where possible.
Michael's Mediterranean Restaurant
Dine in relaxed surroundings with the warm ambience of open fires in the winter, or on our pretty terrace in the summer. We offer traditional Greek cuisine, complemented by modern, Mediterranean dishes.  From an array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish, seafood and seasonal daily specials, to our renowned “Marathona” fillet steaks; all our ingredients are locally-sourced where possible.
Huxleys is an intimate café and bar, which pairs timeless English charm with Italian flair within a beautiful 500-year-old building in the centre of Chipping Campden. Pause for the finest coffee and relish-me cakes, discover a menu with delightful antipasti, fresh focaccia, cured meats and salads through to our full range of authentic Italian main dishes. In summer you’ll love our two terraces, one in the exquisite courtyard and the other on the first floor with sweeping views of majestic Chipping Campden.Pause for the finest coffee and relish-me cakes, discover a menu with delightful antipasti, fresh focaccia, cured meats and salads through to our full range of authentic Italian main dishes
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Huxleys
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Huxleys is an intimate café and bar, which pairs timeless English charm with Italian flair within a beautiful 500-year-old building in the centre of Chipping Campden. Pause for the finest coffee and relish-me cakes, discover a menu with delightful antipasti, fresh focaccia, cured meats and salads through to our full range of authentic Italian main dishes. In summer you’ll love our two terraces, one in the exquisite courtyard and the other on the first floor with sweeping views of majestic Chipping Campden.Pause for the finest coffee and relish-me cakes, discover a menu with delightful antipasti, fresh focaccia, cured meats and salads through to our full range of authentic Italian main dishes
The Seagrave Arms is a charming Cotswolds inn and restaurant. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, mid-way between the villages of Chipping Campden (1 mile) and Broadway (3 miles) and just 20 minutes drive from both Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon. We source and purchase all of our food from local farms and suppliers and stock our bar with award-winning real local ales and gin from Cotswolds Distillery, just 20 minutes down the road. We look forward to welcoming you to The Seagrave Arms soon…
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The Seagrave Arms
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The Seagrave Arms is a charming Cotswolds inn and restaurant. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, mid-way between the villages of Chipping Campden (1 mile) and Broadway (3 miles) and just 20 minutes drive from both Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon. We source and purchase all of our food from local farms and suppliers and stock our bar with award-winning real local ales and gin from Cotswolds Distillery, just 20 minutes down the road. We look forward to welcoming you to The Seagrave Arms soon…
The Inn was rebuilt using most of the original stone and timbers during the 17th century. What exists today is an outstanding example of a traditional Cotswolds Inn. Enjoy our local ales, fine wines and excellent food.
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Eight Bells Inn
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The Inn was rebuilt using most of the original stone and timbers during the 17th century. What exists today is an outstanding example of a traditional Cotswolds Inn. Enjoy our local ales, fine wines and excellent food.
The Churchill Arms at Paxford brings a contemporary feel to this beautiful 17th Century pub, with our exceptional food or through our varied wine and ale choices.
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The Churchill Arms
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The Churchill Arms at Paxford brings a contemporary feel to this beautiful 17th Century pub, with our exceptional food or through our varied wine and ale choices.
Head Chef, George Santos serves modern British food in the award-winning restaurant, with local Vale of Evesham and Cotswold produce featuring throughout the daily-changing menus. The modern, airy dining room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with friendly staff and laid-back service combining to create a relaxed and warm setting, day and night.
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Russell's of Broadway
20 High St
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Head Chef, George Santos serves modern British food in the award-winning restaurant, with local Vale of Evesham and Cotswold produce featuring throughout the daily-changing menus. The modern, airy dining room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with friendly staff and laid-back service combining to create a relaxed and warm setting, day and night.
Creative Modern British cuisine in a smart, glass-fronted hotel restaurant overlooking the garden.
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Dormy House
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Creative Modern British cuisine in a smart, glass-fronted hotel restaurant overlooking the garden.
Distinctive, addictive and unlike anywhere else in the Cotswolds, Hook takes dining at the Fish into new and uncharted waters. The vision of Farncombe Estate culinary director Martin Burge and the result of a £1million investment, the all-new restaurant is a laid-back but luxurious celebration of seafood that combines the sophistication and refinement of Martin’s head-turning gastronomy with the warm and welcoming rusticity that has made the Fish a firm favourite of Cotswolds visitors and residents.
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The Fish Hotel
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Distinctive, addictive and unlike anywhere else in the Cotswolds, Hook takes dining at the Fish into new and uncharted waters. The vision of Farncombe Estate culinary director Martin Burge and the result of a £1million investment, the all-new restaurant is a laid-back but luxurious celebration of seafood that combines the sophistication and refinement of Martin’s head-turning gastronomy with the warm and welcoming rusticity that has made the Fish a firm favourite of Cotswolds visitors and residents.
We are located just off the main High Street in the centre of Broadway Village. We serve only the finest fish. You can eat in or take away, and we are open for Lunch and Dinner. Please note: We do not take table bookings for the restaurant.
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Russell's Fish & Chips
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We are located just off the main High Street in the centre of Broadway Village. We serve only the finest fish. You can eat in or take away, and we are open for Lunch and Dinner. Please note: We do not take table bookings for the restaurant.
Tisanes Tea Rooms occupy a 17th century stone building full of olde worlde charm in the large Cotswold village of Broadway. They offer over thirty different teas, most of which are loose leaf, compiled in a dedicated tea menu. The usual blends such as Assam, English Breakfast, Camomile, Earl Grey, Darjeeling, Jasmine and Camomile are available, as well as some more unusual choices, such as; Rwanda Burundi, Ginger and Lemon, Apple and Cinnamon, Rooibos, Gunpowder, Mango Indica, Keemun and Japanese Sencha, among others. Scones, teacakes, victoria sponge, banana cake, flapjacks, shortbread and other cakes and snacks are available as a sweet accompaniment. Tisanes Tea Rooms is a member of the UK
Tisane's Tea Room
21 The Green
Tisanes Tea Rooms occupy a 17th century stone building full of olde worlde charm in the large Cotswold village of Broadway. They offer over thirty different teas, most of which are loose leaf, compiled in a dedicated tea menu. The usual blends such as Assam, English Breakfast, Camomile, Earl Grey, Darjeeling, Jasmine and Camomile are available, as well as some more unusual choices, such as; Rwanda Burundi, Ginger and Lemon, Apple and Cinnamon, Rooibos, Gunpowder, Mango Indica, Keemun and Japanese Sencha, among others. Scones, teacakes, victoria sponge, banana cake, flapjacks, shortbread and other cakes and snacks are available as a sweet accompaniment. Tisanes Tea Rooms is a member of the UK
Saddle up, you’re in for a treat at The Broadway. Begin the first furlong of your dining experience with a glass of wine in The Jockey Bar, and finish at the winner’s post with a dish of delicious food in our Tattersall’s Brasserie.
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The Broadway Hotel, Worcestershire
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Saddle up, you’re in for a treat at The Broadway. Begin the first furlong of your dining experience with a glass of wine in The Jockey Bar, and finish at the winner’s post with a dish of delicious food in our Tattersall’s Brasserie.
Drinks & Nightlife
A quintessential English Country pub in one of the region's most beautiful spots. We serve food, real ales and fine wine.
The Bakers Arms
A quintessential English Country pub in one of the region's most beautiful spots. We serve food, real ales and fine wine.
The Red Lion is a traditional Cotswolds inn with 5 rooms, located on one of the most beautiful High Streets in the UK.
The Red Lion Inn
The Red Lion is a traditional Cotswolds inn with 5 rooms, located on one of the most beautiful High Streets in the UK.
The Kings Arms in Mickleton has been a popular Inn and Dining Room since it began around 1735. Mickleton is the northernmost village in Gloucestershire. The pub is situated just outside the tourist hot-spot of Chipping Campden, very close to the famous gardens of Hidcote and Kiftsgate. We’re also just a few miles from the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
The Kings Arms
The Kings Arms in Mickleton has been a popular Inn and Dining Room since it began around 1735. Mickleton is the northernmost village in Gloucestershire. The pub is situated just outside the tourist hot-spot of Chipping Campden, very close to the famous gardens of Hidcote and Kiftsgate. We’re also just a few miles from the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon. 
Join us at the Lygon Wine Bar in the Cotswolds serving an array of Italian and European Wines paired with a selection of Italian bites and casual dishes.
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The Lygon Arms
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Join us at the Lygon Wine Bar in the Cotswolds serving an array of Italian and European Wines paired with a selection of Italian bites and casual dishes.
Sightseeing
The friendly line in the Cotswolds The GWR is a steam and diesel heritage railway in the Cotswolds. Since 1981, the volunteers have restored over 10 miles of line, together with platforms, buildings, steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock. In addition to a scheduled service, GWR hosts a number of galas and enthusiasts’ events throughout the year, including our popular Santa Specials.
GWSR Broadway Station
The friendly line in the Cotswolds The GWR is a steam and diesel heritage railway in the Cotswolds. Since 1981, the volunteers have restored over 10 miles of line, together with platforms, buildings, steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock. In addition to a scheduled service, GWR hosts a number of galas and enthusiasts’ events throughout the year, including our popular Santa Specials.
Broadway Tower is a  unique Capability Brown Folly Tower open to visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. It is one of England’s outstanding viewpoints and at 1024 feet (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment with unrivalled views. You can survey an expanse of a 62 mile radius and as many as 16 Counties. With Graphic displays on three floors, roof viewing platform and Tower Shop are a must for Cotswold visits. Conveniently located on the Cotswold Way, Broadway Tower is the perfect place to start your walk, be it a short circuit or hike. There is ample car parking for patrons.
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Broadway Tower
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Broadway Tower is a  unique Capability Brown Folly Tower open to visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. It is one of England’s outstanding viewpoints and at 1024 feet (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment with unrivalled views. You can survey an expanse of a 62 mile radius and as many as 16 Counties. With Graphic displays on three floors, roof viewing platform and Tower Shop are a must for Cotswold visits. Conveniently located on the Cotswold Way, Broadway Tower is the perfect place to start your walk, be it a short circuit or hike. There is ample car parking for patrons.
Perched on the highest point in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, Chipping Norton was once a centre for the Cotswold wool trade and was given a Royal charter by King John in 1205. The medieval Guildhall and St Mary's Church reflect the prosperity brought by the wool trade. Later, sheep farming was largely replaced by arable, but agriculture remained important in this part of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Many of the original houses around the market place were rebuilt in the 18th century with fashionable Georgian frontages. Renowned for its antique shops and diverse shopping offer, including a regular market - Chipping Norton retains a robust living, working market town atmosphere.
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Chipping Norton
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Perched on the highest point in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, Chipping Norton was once a centre for the Cotswold wool trade and was given a Royal charter by King John in 1205. The medieval Guildhall and St Mary's Church reflect the prosperity brought by the wool trade. Later, sheep farming was largely replaced by arable, but agriculture remained important in this part of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Many of the original houses around the market place were rebuilt in the 18th century with fashionable Georgian frontages. Renowned for its antique shops and diverse shopping offer, including a regular market - Chipping Norton retains a robust living, working market town atmosphere.
Visit Stratford-upon-Avon introduces you to a market town with more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences.
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Stratford-upon-Avon
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Visit Stratford-upon-Avon introduces you to a market town with more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences.
At nearly 800ft, Stow is the highest of the Cotswold towns, located on the Roman Fosse Way and at the point where several roads meet, hence an important trading centre. It has a long history and probably dates from a prehistoric fortified settlement on top of the hill and had a special importance in the English Civil War, the last battle was fought close by in Donnington back in 1646. St Edward’s Church, was used as a prison for the defeated Royalist troops, as it was the only lockable building in the town. Some of the damage sustained at this time can still be seen today. The Market Square is large and impressive and testifies to the town’s former importance.
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Stow-on-the-Wold
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At nearly 800ft, Stow is the highest of the Cotswold towns, located on the Roman Fosse Way and at the point where several roads meet, hence an important trading centre. It has a long history and probably dates from a prehistoric fortified settlement on top of the hill and had a special importance in the English Civil War, the last battle was fought close by in Donnington back in 1646. St Edward’s Church, was used as a prison for the defeated Royalist troops, as it was the only lockable building in the town. Some of the damage sustained at this time can still be seen today. The Market Square is large and impressive and testifies to the town’s former importance.
Chipping Campden is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history but also full of life and bustle. Its elegant High Street is a delight, described by the historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as “the most beautiful village street now left in the island”: a broad gentle curve flanked on either side by an unbroken sweep of buildings covering a host of architectural styles with buildings dating back to the 14th century. In the centre of the High Street stands the iconic Market Hall, now in the care and ownership of the National Trust, and built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks to provide shelter for traders selling perishable goods like cheese and butter.
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Chipping Campden
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Chipping Campden is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history but also full of life and bustle. Its elegant High Street is a delight, described by the historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as “the most beautiful village street now left in the island”: a broad gentle curve flanked on either side by an unbroken sweep of buildings covering a host of architectural styles with buildings dating back to the 14th century. In the centre of the High Street stands the iconic Market Hall, now in the care and ownership of the National Trust, and built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks to provide shelter for traders selling perishable goods like cheese and butter.
Entertainment & Activities
The Cotswolds Distillery is the first-ever full-scale craft distillery within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). We produce a range of "Outstanding Natural Spirits", including the first-ever Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, featuring Cotswolds-grown barley. We also produce the award-winning Cotswolds Dry Gin, featuring local lavender from Snowshill, along with a range of small-batch brandies and liqueurs. We’re located in the unspoilt North Cotswold village of Stourton, close to both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. Our beautiful rural distillery and shop were designed with visitors in mind, and we run tours and tastings every day of the week (advance booking required)
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Cotswolds Distillery
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The Cotswolds Distillery is the first-ever full-scale craft distillery within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). We produce a range of "Outstanding Natural Spirits", including the first-ever Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, featuring Cotswolds-grown barley. We also produce the award-winning Cotswolds Dry Gin, featuring local lavender from Snowshill, along with a range of small-batch brandies and liqueurs. We’re located in the unspoilt North Cotswold village of Stourton, close to both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. Our beautiful rural distillery and shop were designed with visitors in mind, and we run tours and tastings every day of the week (advance booking required)
Welcome to the home of Adam Henson. Cotswold Farm Park was opened in 1971 by Adam's father Joe to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal.
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Cotswold Farm Park
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Welcome to the home of Adam Henson. Cotswold Farm Park was opened in 1971 by Adam's father Joe to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal.
Stroll around the Park and get eye-to-eye with Giraffe, watch Rhinos graze on the Manor House lawns, walk with Lemurs, ride on the train or explore the adventure playground.
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Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
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Stroll around the Park and get eye-to-eye with Giraffe, watch Rhinos graze on the Manor House lawns, walk with Lemurs, ride on the train or explore the adventure playground.
Birdland is a natural setting of woodland, river and gardens, which is inhabited byover 500 birds ( swans, pelicans, flamingos, hornbills, cranes, storks, cassowary, pigeons, owls and many more) with the only group of King Penguins in England, Wales and Ireland. More than 50 aviaries, open enclosures and a Desert House and you will also see a display of fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects in the Discovery Zone There is the Penguin Café, indoor and outdoor Picnic areas, an indoor and outdoor play areas, Gift Shop and much more.
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Birdland
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Birdland is a natural setting of woodland, river and gardens, which is inhabited byover 500 birds ( swans, pelicans, flamingos, hornbills, cranes, storks, cassowary, pigeons, owls and many more) with the only group of King Penguins in England, Wales and Ireland. More than 50 aviaries, open enclosures and a Desert House and you will also see a display of fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects in the Discovery Zone There is the Penguin Café, indoor and outdoor Picnic areas, an indoor and outdoor play areas, Gift Shop and much more.
Cheltenham racecourse, the jewel in Jump racing's crown, plays host to the best jumping action in the world from 350 spectacular acres in the lee of the beautiful Cotswold hills. Whether you're here on a crisp bright October day or a balmy evening in May, you'll feel that unmistakeable Cheltenham magic. The racing, the setting, the tradition and history, the shared sense of enjoyment all combine to give everyone, from those sampling our finest hospitality to the racegoers on the course, an experience they'll never forget.
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Cheltenham Race Course
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Cheltenham racecourse, the jewel in Jump racing's crown, plays host to the best jumping action in the world from 350 spectacular acres in the lee of the beautiful Cotswold hills. Whether you're here on a crisp bright October day or a balmy evening in May, you'll feel that unmistakeable Cheltenham magic. The racing, the setting, the tradition and history, the shared sense of enjoyment all combine to give everyone, from those sampling our finest hospitality to the racegoers on the course, an experience they'll never forget.
Hire a bicycle and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the heart of the English countryside.
Cycle Cotswolds
Hire a bicycle and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the heart of the English countryside.
Arts & Culture
Sudeley Castle’s gardens and exhibitions have something to offer everyone, whether you are interested in learning about the history of Sudeley Castle or just want to relax and enjoy the beauty of its exteriors and striking ruins. Individuals, couples, families, groups and schools can all be guaranteed an enriching experience and a day to remember.
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Sudeley Castle
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Sudeley Castle’s gardens and exhibitions have something to offer everyone, whether you are interested in learning about the history of Sudeley Castle or just want to relax and enjoy the beauty of its exteriors and striking ruins. Individuals, couples, families, groups and schools can all be guaranteed an enriching experience and a day to remember.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is a major British theatre company, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. The company employs over 1000 staff and produces around 20 productions a year.
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Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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The Royal Shakespeare Company is a major British theatre company, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. The company employs over 1000 staff and produces around 20 productions a year.
The Cotswold Motoring Museum in the village of Bourton on the Water, is a fascinating journey through the 20th century that the whole family can enjoy. The Museum has lots of great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking motorcycles, enamel signs and an intriguing collection of motoring curiosities! Brum, the BBC TV's little super hero car whose adventures start and end at the museum can be found here every day.
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Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection
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The Cotswold Motoring Museum in the village of Bourton on the Water, is a fascinating journey through the 20th century that the whole family can enjoy. The Museum has lots of great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking motorcycles, enamel signs and an intriguing collection of motoring curiosities! Brum, the BBC TV's little super hero car whose adventures start and end at the museum can be found here every day.
One organisation, four extraordinary Cheltenham Festivals: Jazz, Science, Music and Literature. We also run extensive education and outreach programmes.
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Cheltenham Festivals
109- 111 Bath Rd
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One organisation, four extraordinary Cheltenham Festivals: Jazz, Science, Music and Literature. We also run extensive education and outreach programmes.
Parks & Nature
The National Trust's Snowshill Manor and Garden, Gloucestershire, is a Cotswold manor house packed with extraordinary treasures.
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National Trust Snowshill Manor and Garden
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The National Trust's Snowshill Manor and Garden, Gloucestershire, is a Cotswold manor house packed with extraordinary treasures.
The National Trust's Hidcote, Gloucestershire, is an Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds.
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Hidcote Manor Gardens - The National Trust
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The National Trust's Hidcote, Gloucestershire, is an Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds.
Family run garden in the Cotswolds featuring rare plants and shrubs including the world famous Kiftsgate rose.
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Kiftsgate Court Gardens
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Family run garden in the Cotswolds featuring rare plants and shrubs including the world famous Kiftsgate rose.
After winding through the mighty oaks that line the long drive of this Gloucestershire garden on the edge of the Cotswolds, you see a weathered-copper onion dome straight out of India. The south front, complete with curving orangery, unfurls above a Repton landscape that has remained unchanged since the mid-19th century. The garden is blessed by a series of spring-fed pools, connected by gurgling water which eventually tumbles into the Island Pool in the valley bottom, before joining the River Evenlode below.
Sezincote Estate
After winding through the mighty oaks that line the long drive of this Gloucestershire garden on the edge of the Cotswolds, you see a weathered-copper onion dome straight out of India. The south front, complete with curving orangery, unfurls above a Repton landscape that has remained unchanged since the mid-19th century. The garden is blessed by a series of spring-fed pools, connected by gurgling water which eventually tumbles into the Island Pool in the valley bottom, before joining the River Evenlode below.
The 56 acre arboretum at Batsford is situated just a mile west of the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. A former home to the famous Mitford family, interest in the arboretum begins in late winter when the snowdrops, aconites and early flowering daffodils spring into life, followed by magnolias, hellebores, fritillaries and the beautiful Japanese ornamental cherries – stars of the show from late March until mid April. The handkerchief tree is another show-stopper in May, as are the beautiful wildflower meadows which bloom in high summer.
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Batsford Arboretum
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The 56 acre arboretum at Batsford is situated just a mile west of the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. A former home to the famous Mitford family, interest in the arboretum begins in late winter when the snowdrops, aconites and early flowering daffodils spring into life, followed by magnolias, hellebores, fritillaries and the beautiful Japanese ornamental cherries – stars of the show from late March until mid April. The handkerchief tree is another show-stopper in May, as are the beautiful wildflower meadows which bloom in high summer.
Educational center & aviary with falcons, eagles, owls & other birds of prey on display.
Cotswold Falconry Centre
Educational center & aviary with falcons, eagles, owls & other birds of prey on display.
Shopping
Stuart House Antiques has been established for 27 years. We are well known for our early china, with an extensive collection of early Beswick ,Doulton, Herand Blue and white, Silver plate cutlery and more!
Stuart House Antiques
Stuart House Antiques has been established for 27 years. We are well known for our early china, with an extensive collection of early Beswick ,Doulton, Herand Blue and white, Silver plate cutlery and more!