Join us visiting some lovely scenic towns and traditional markets
Bourton-on-the-Water has been described as the 'Little Venice' of the Cotswolds, whilst you can explore the narrow stone alleyways or chures of Stow, which were traditionally used for herding and counting sheep on their way to market.
Atmospheric show caves and mine system that has produced artists pigments for over 4,500 years and were dug for iron ore until 1945, making one of Britain's most complex and ancient mine workings. Exciting displays and a great underground experience for all the family.
Cirencester is often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds and was the second largest town in Britain during Roman times whilst Tetbury is known as an 'architectural gem' as many of the wool merchants houses still look as they did 300 years ago.