The Cotswolds is a region of rolling hills, hidden valleys and unspoilt towns and villages. Churches, cottages and high streets, built in the local Cotswold limestone glowing from silver grey to honey gold, give the region its much-loved look.
There are gardens, castles and museums, farm parks, wildlife and wetland centres waiting to be explored, from the historic and beautiful towns like Cirencester, Cheltenham and Stroud, to the ancient and enchanting Forest of Dean. There are more than 5,000km of footpaths and cycling routes, while the Cotswold Water Park is right on your doorstep for days of splashing fun! Look out for the delightful Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs, and the distinctive Old Gloucester cattle, responsible for the rich milk and cream that goes into delicious Double Gloucester cheese.
Click the links below to view them on the interactive map.
You're never far from the waterside at Hoburne Cotswold holiday park resort in Cirencester. The fishing is excellent, there are usually baby ducks and swans to feed, and the peace and quiet are just blissful. Boats of all kinds and a multitude of watersports are available nearby in the surrounding Cotswold Water Park, and there's more water fun to be enjoyed in our heated indoor and outdoor pools.
70's Midweek Break
Monday 26th September Fantastic Cabaret with Claire Wilson
Tuesday 27th Fabulous band "Flairz".. fantastic 70's disco band.
Wednesday 28th In house entertainment team present "That Disco Show"
Thusrday 29th Showmaddymaddy tribute show, all the greatest hits of these 70's legends. Also Thursday is fancy dress night - come join in the party!
Join the 'Spooky Special' train from Cheltenham Racecourse or Toddington Station but hold on tight! - you never know what might happen as you make your way through the haunted Greet Tunnel on the approach to see the Wicked Witch of Winchcombe.
“A smashing little place and well worth it”
micky4649, September 2015, Trip Advisor, Cotswold Guest