Here’s one of the Cotswold’s best kept secrets.
No, we’re not talking about Secret Cottage this time, we’re talking about something that will keep you entertained for months!
All year ’round in fact!
Whether you are a tourist, a resident or in the hospitality trade our free 130 page guide of what to do in the Cotswolds is perfect for both tourists and locals alike.
Cunningly named “Things to do in the Cotswolds” this comprehensive guide is now available to download.
Packed full of visitors attractions and days out in the North Cotswolds; you’ll never be short of ideas to do or experiences to recommend.
Whether the sun is shining or it’s pouring with rain there’s something for everyone for children and adults alike.
Interested in transport? You’ll discover a steam railway, a bus rally and a vintage and classic car show.
After something more unusual? Why not go on a camel trek or view the North Cotswolds from a hot hair balloon?
Back on the ground there are bug hunts, bat watches and gentle strolls around arboretums and gardens to be enjoyed.
For foodies, we’ve got details on all the ales available in the area (complete with percentage alcohol) as well as tea rooms and the best places to eat
For music lovers; whether you prefer blues, brass bands or chamber choirs, we’ve got you covered.
Feeling active? Why not hire a bike, go climbing or grab a bow and arrow and do some archery?
You could even take part in the The Cotswold Olimpick Game
Itching to do something creative? How about embroidery, cooking or painting?
And of course this beautiful area of England is seeped in culture and history. You’ll find National Trust properties, churches, castles and museums.
And if shopping is more your thing we’ve found places to by antiques to toys and even car boot sales.
And if you’re looking for something a bit different, you won’t be disappointed. In the guide you’ll read about duck racing, football in the river, the great English asparagus run and you can send your children on a hunt for the eleven hidden mice…