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Cheltenham Science Festival

A Leading British Festival of Science

Cheltenham Festival of Science certainly covers some territory. You’ll find talks, demonstrations and hands-on sessions that cover a bewildering range of subjects, from nano-technology to very large planets. Sessions are usually an hour long and this is a festival for the layman, so it’s hard to be bored. The organisers put a special emphasis on childrens’ science too.

Bourton House Garden

First thing - don’t head to Bourton-on-the-Water to see Bourton House Garden. The garden is at the bottom of the single street village called Bourton on the Hill, which is about 12 miles away from the other Bourton. Bourton on the Hill is near Moreton in Marsh, near Batsford Arboertum.

Snowshill Manor (NT)

Snowshill is a National Trust property, a complete ‘one-off’ and especially worth visiting on those days when the weather is a bit iffy. Essentially a medieval manor with an attractive garden, the whole thing was ennervated by a chap called Charles Wade. Wade began collecting at an early age and, over time, filled the house with a collection of objects from around the world. All this took place from the early 20th century onwards.

Kelmscott Manor

Visiting Kelmscott Manor is an atmospheric experience. Leave your car in the village, on one of the few days of the week when the Manor is open (Wednesday or Saturday) to walk to William Morris’s home. You’ll pass cottages, barns and meadows, an experience ‘old’ Cotswolds.

Model Village

Bourton on the Water is famously attractive - the word ‘cute is quite often used.

Cuter still is the Model Village, a 1/9th scale model of Bourton, built using Cotswold stone. It’s one of the Cotswolds’ most instagrammable locations, as you get to play the role of a giant for a while, striding past rows of cottages and churches. You can cross over the River Windrush in a single step. 

Spring Cotswold Hotels Guided Walks with the AONB

If you plan a stay at one of our Cotswold hotels this Spring or Summer - and if you love social walking - we recommend joining in with one of the many guided walks across the area.

Cotswolds Hotels and Equestrian Sport

At this time of year, thoughts turn to Cheltenham Gold Cup Week.

Your Hotel in the Cotswolds - 2018 Events

Every year, The Cotswolds runs through a calendar of events both natural and human.

Cotswolds Hotels - What’s new for 2018?

Cotswolds Finest is very proud to welcome two new properties to its collection of Cotswolds Hotels for 2018.

Five experiences to complement luxury hotels in the Cotswolds

Fair enough, a stay at one of the luxury hotels in the Cotswolds is a little bit of an indulgence. And if you're pushing the boat out you may like to take it all to the next level in terms of luxury and VIP experiences. Possibly, you've already lined this up - spa breaks at luxury hotels in the Cotswolds are ever popular and justify the over-used word 'pampering'.

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Cheltenham Science Festival
A Leading British Festival of Science Cheltenham Festival of Science certainly covers some territ...
Bourton House Garden
First thing - don’t head to Bourton-on-the-Water to see Bourton House Garden. The garden is at...
Snowshill Manor (NT)
Snowshill is a National Trust property, a complete ‘one-off’ and especially worth visiti...