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Celebrate the Festive Season with Mulberry Cottages

Christmas in Winchester

Christmas has begun in earnest in the medieval capital of England, Winchester. Set in the grounds of the Norman Cathedral there is an ice rink, traditional German markets and a range of food stalls just waiting for you to explore! Fancy a mulled wine after skating with the family this is the place to come. Delicious food is ready to be sampled from German Bratwurst to French Raclette and Crepes. Once you’re done the twinkling lights of the city are a joy to see. There are so many unique boutiques to visit you can get gifts for loved ones while you wander the high street. We have holiday accommodation in Winchester city center available for Christmas and New Year – with so many things to do Winchester is ready to provide your perfect Christmas!

Open from 20 November – 21 December

Christmas in The Cotswolds

There surely cannot be a more scenic place to enjoy Winter than the Cotswolds? Father Christmas comes to Tewkesbury from 23 November, along with an array of charming local produce from some of the Cotswolds best suppliers. There’s traditional fairground rides operating which the little ones will love – and mulled wine and mince pies for the grown up. There are beautiful holiday cottages in Gloucestershire that are close to Tewkesbury so why not take a look and snap up a short break before Christmas.

Christmas in Cheltenham

Browse this Regency Spa town’s specifically commissioned wooden chalets along of one of Cheltenham’s most elegant promenades. Selling handmade gifts and decorations stalls open on December 4 and running throughout the festive season. After dark you can enjoy German Glühwein – and indulgent treats to jolly Christmas tunes. With a range of holiday accommodation in Cheltenham available you have the flexibility to create your perfect stay.

Christmas in Bath

For 18 days this festive season, more than 150 quaint wooden stalls line the squares and streets surrounding the impressive Bath Abbey. In this picturesque setting you can buy everything you could possibly need for your festive celebrations.  Gift ideas abound, including clothing, accessories, crafts and toys as well as more unusual or one-off pieces of art and jewellery.  Stock up on festive foods with cheeses, pickles and meats galore, and sample wines, liqueurs and local cider to compliment your choices.  Open late most nights why not wander the markets before enjoying dinner in one of the many restaurants in the city center. Cosy cottages with open fires are perfect at this time of year and we have plenty of holiday cottages in Somerset for you to choose from.

If you need help choosing your holiday cottage then please just call our friendly booking team who are on hand 7 days a week on 01227 464958 or explore more of our holiday cottages in the UK

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