The Cotswolds is a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and rightly so! Many tourists flock to the more well-known Cotswold towns & Villages, such as Bourton -On-The-Water & Castle Combe, but there are just as many beautiful, but less busy, hidden gems to hunt out and explore! Lots of National Trust properties nearby, many of which have been used for filming, Lacock village & Abbey is amongst them, from Pride & Prejudice to Cranford, from Harry Potter to Randell & Hopkirk Deceased, this 'frozen in time' village has been filmed! Dyrham Park is another must visit; Remains of the Day, Sense & Sensibility and an Episode of Dr Who were filmed there! There are also numerous Adventure Parks & Zoos for the children; Old Down Adventure Park and Berkeley Castle are very popular with our young guests. The best walking county in England, we have both the Cotswold Way & The Monarch's Way running through our land, with stunning views at every turn! But if you want an even better view, the Cotswold Gliding Club offers taster flights over the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside; fly over the edge of escarpment and see the Severn Vale stretched out below! There are also many historical sites to explore, Avebury is a must see! The Stone Circles encompass the whole village; children love to run around these magnificent giant stones while the adults marvel at how they were erected! Visit the glorious Regency Cities of Bath & Cheltenham, with their many museums, theatres, designer shopping areas & restaurants.You can tour the farm with Farmer John, feed the calves, meet ‘Big Boy’ our huge Brown Swiss Bull, watch the milking and have a go yourself if you so wish.