City Breaks in CheltenhamIf you want a city break look no further than glamourous Cheltenham, the spa town is on the edge of the Cotswolds and is world famous for the flagship race of British steeplechase horse racing, Gold Cup week is the main event in the horse racing calendar. Not simply attractive for the racing Cheltenham is always bustling, there are several festivals of culture held throughout the year from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival to the Food & Drink Festival. So for a chic city stay one of our holiday cottages in the Cotswolds would be perfect.
The beautiful region of the Cotswolds is one of the UK’s gems. From the breathtaking Cotswold Hills, the rolling River Severn, to the Regency spa city of Cheltenham it combines both rural and urban pleasures and promises to appeal to everyone’s sense of adventure. One of our fabulous pads are perfect for City Breaks in Cheltenham, a great base for exploring the entirity of the Cotswolds.
The Cotswolds is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famous for local Cotswold Stone which gives these Holiday Cottages in the Cotswolds their unique architectural style. The Cotswolds is world famous for chocolate box villages, historical homes and numerous stately manors. There is so much to do in the Cotswolds from walking in the Cotswold Hills and along the Cotswold Way to visiting the Cotswold Country Park & Beach, the UK’s largest inland beach. Not a fan of swimming you can enjoy rowing boats, pedalos, raft building or riverside walks, we even have cottages for you stay in on the lovely Cotswold Lakes, making it even easier to enjoy these country pursuits.
Foodies will love the array of options in the Cotswolds from the local farm shops, food markets and renowned pubs and restaurants. We have a range of holiday cottages close to gastronomic destinations, from city centre Cheltenham near to the esteemed Le Champignon Sauvage to Chipping Campden’s flourishing cafe scene.
If you get a chance, visit the City of Gloucester which is dominated by the great tower of Gloucester Cathedral. Ancient, spectacular and a beautifully serene place to explore, the Norman Cathedral is one of the most magnificent Gothic buildings in the world and was used during filming for the Harry Potter movies. The city has a long heritage and can be traced all the way back to the Roman Empire. As such the architecture is very special and the city is full of ancient buildings that lead into the pedestrianized city centre shopping area. Gloucester is also well known for its docks and dock yard. The Gloucester Quays have now been redeveloped and are home to waterside bars, cafes, restaurants and museums – all of which merge with the docks’ extensive maritime history.