Nestled in the heart of England lies the enchanting county of Gloucestershire, a destination that embodies quintessential English charm. With its picturesque landscapes, historic towns, and cultural treasures. Discover the idyllic Cotswolds, a region renowned for its rolling hills, honey-coloured stone villages, and thatched-roof cottages. Lose yourself in the narrow winding streets of Bibury or stroll along the tranquil riverside in Bourton-on-the-Water, often called the "Venice of the Cotswolds." Immerse yourself in the medieval beauty of Tewkesbury, where ancient timber-framed buildings line the streets. Set within areas of AONB and secluded woodland, our lodges and holiday parks in Gloucestershire promise peace, relaxation and a chance to escape the hustle of modern life. You'll have a holiday filled with memories with dog-friendly accommodation, hot tubs, spas, fishing, indoor children's entertainment, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and head off for a break with a difference.
Situated near the Cotswolds and Forest of Dean, the idyllic surroundings of the Three Choirs vineyard have a lot to offer. The micro-climate of the hills and valleys is perfect for growing grapes, so take a tour of one of the largest and oldest vineyards in England (75 acres in fact) and learn about the production of their wines. Afterwards, sample four different wines, or you may prefer a light lunch of locally sourced cheeses with an additional glass of your choice.
For those that love the great outdoors, head over to the Sculpture Trail at Beechenhurst which showcases giant pieces that are created from materials found in the forest. the 4½ mile trail is a unique experience that lets you wander through woodlands and discover the pieces at your leisure. Suitable for all ages and abilities.
Gloucestershire is also home to the majestic Gloucester Cathedral, a stunning example of Gothic architecture that has graced the skyline for centuries. History enthusiasts will be captivated by the ruins of Tewkesbury Abbey, steeped in stories of the Wars of the Roses.
Nature lovers can explore the picturesque Forest of Dean, a haven of ancient woodlands, scenic trails, and diverse wildlife. Embark on a tranquil boat ride along the River Wye or hike through the enchanting landscapes of the Cotswold Way.
Indulge in culinary delights, from traditional pub fare to Michelin-starred dining experiences, showcasing the best of local produce. Enjoy a pint of local ale in a cosy village pub or savour artisanal cheeses and farm-fresh produce at bustling farmers' markets.