Rolling hills, wildlife and all the attractions of life by the water. Hoburne Cotswold has it all.

Caravans & lodges in the Cotswold Water Park

Everyone knows The Cotswolds for its picturesque villages. But did you know it’s also where you’ll find one the UK’s biggest water parks? Not one with whirlpools and waterslides, but 150 natural and manmade lakes offering water sports and wildlife galore.

Hoburne Cotswold is right next door, with four lakes of its own to explore, including one that’s well stocked with fish for visiting anglers, along with pedalos and kayaks for hire.

You could easily spend every day by the water, but that would mean missing out on all the other great attractions in Gloucestershire. Take your pick of beautiful valleys and rolling hills, historic stately homes and shopping in nearby Cirencester and Cheltenham.

Whoever you bring along for the adventure, we have a range of self-catering holiday homes available in the Cotwolds, including both dog-friendly and hot tub options. 

Attractions & days out in The Cotswolds

The best of town and country, with winding walks that always seem to end a country pub and grand Georgian streets full of shops and restaurants.

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Cotswold Water Park

Cotswold Water Park is a haven for both watersports enthusiasts and nature-lovers alike. Spread across 180 lakes and spanning 40 miles, there are countless outdoor activities on offer including archery, canoeing, paddleboarding, angling, shooting and more.

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Cotswold Wildlife Park

The largest private zoo in the country with more than 260 different species in 160 acres of landscaped gardens and managed habitats. Marvel at animals including giraffes, rhinos, lions, red pandas, sloths, reptiles and over 90 species of bird. A fun-filled day out for all ages.

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Cotswold Farm Park

Interact with animals, learn about past and present farming techniques and take part in fun-filled activities at Adam Henson's famous Cotswold Farm Park! The park is home to many rare breeds such as the Gloucestershire Old Spot Pig and Highland cattle.

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Chedworth Roman Villa

Discover the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in Britain and explore the modern conservation building providing access to the extensive mosaic floors, hypocaust systems and bath houses. There is also a small museum of finds and artefacts from the villa.

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Cerney House Gardens

One of the Cotswold’s best kept (and prettiest) secrets! Leave the hustle and bustle and visit a place where time seems to stand still. Enjoy 40 acres of beautiful parkland, see and hear the thriving wildlife and be tempted by sweet and savoury treats in the traditional tearooms.

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Corinium Museum

Discover ancient finds from the Roman town of Corinium, which you may be more aware of as the modern town of Cirencester. Marvel at thousands of objects on display, from prehistoric tools, Roman mosaics, Anglo Saxon grave goods to medieval sculpture.

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Broadway Village

With perhaps the most famous and photogenic high street in the country, Broadway Village is a history lesson in itself. The wide main street is filled with independent shops, cafes and antique stores and has been a centre for arts and crafts throughout the years.

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Cotswold Country Park & Beach

A day out here is perfect for the whole family! With activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding and climbing walls on offer, as well as peddle go-karts and adventure playgrounds, there's something for all ages.

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