There are so many beautiful places to visit, but here are a few suggestions to get you started:-
Christmas Cottage is situated on Gumstool Hill famous for the Woolsack races. The cottage is approximately a 5 minute walk from this historic market town which is well known for its numerous antique shops and its close proximity to Prince Charles residence Highgrove. The town offers a variety of specialist shops, together with tea shops, bistros, cafes, pubs and restaurants which offer a good choice of food and drink.
Tetbury is such a special place and is known as a "architectural gem" with many of the houses still looking as they did 300 years ago.
Our picture shows the Market Hall.
Westonbirt - The National Arboretum
Westonbirt is located three miles from Tetbury and is managed by the Forestry Commission. Westonbirt is an historic, Victorian picturesque landscape and an internationally important tree and shrub collection. The perfect place to relax.
A beautiful picnic spot on the Cotswold Way. At 800 feet the views over the River Severn and distant Brecon Beacons can be spectacular. Also a good spot for sunsets.
Best known as the home of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust's Slimbridge Reserve, which was started by Sir Peter Scott. A nature reserve for birdwatchers but also for other wildlife.
International horse trial three day event in early May at the Badminton Estate.
Woodchester Mansion is a Grade I listed Victorian Gothic house hidden in a beautiful valley. It is an unfinished building. On open days its well worth taking a guided tour, particularly if you are interested in construction, architecture, carvings or bats.
The grounds and valley can be freely explored.