Cotswold Attractions

Broadway

With perhaps the most famous and photogenic High Street in the country, the village of Broadway is a history lesson in itself and has been a centre for the arts and crafts community throughout the years.

Cheltenham

Elegant Georgian terraces, characterful pubs and restaurants and, of course, home to the famous National Hunt festival every March.

Cotswold Water Park

A world of watersports and other outdoor activities spread across 150 lakes and waterways and a wealth of flora and fauna that will keep budding naturalists occupied for days on end.

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.

Bibury trout farm

Bibury Trout Farm is one of Britain’s oldest, and certainly most attractive, Trout Farms. Founded in 1902, by the famous naturalist Arthur Severn, to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout it now covers 15 acres in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Cotswolds, the Coln Valley. The crystal clear waters of the Bibury Spring provide the essential pure water required to run the hatchery which spawns up to 6 million trout ova every year.

The village of Bibury itself has been referred to as the ‘most beautiful village in England’ by William Morris and is well worth a visit, with the historic Arlington Mill, Arlington Row and the beautiful St Mary’s Church.

This is just a taste of what the Cotswolds have to offer. Visit www.cotswolds.com to discover the Cotswolds.