Learn about farming and local culture first hand. Enjoy local farm food - eat what’s in the fields in seasonal menus. Enjoy hands–on biodynamic sustainable farming. Take home local delicacies, and pick your own vegetables.
Tap into local history – visit the world heritage site Bath; take time to enjoy the world famous thermal baths; discover a hidden and mysterious Masonic side to Bath, from the grand design of Regency Bath with its unique Royal Crescent and the Circus; and learn about its famous scientists and explorers.
Discover the Roman influence and their settlements in Bath, Kingscote, Cirencester and around.
Meet true locals with their unique accents and stories.
Explore the Ancient British and Saxon heritage of the region. Discover the mysteries of ley lines and stone circles.
Discover the connection between the discoverer of penicillin Edward Jenner and Kingscote Park; visit his workshop in Berkeley, retrace his fateful balloon ride, and discover how he met his bride.
Enjoy a true insider’s guide to Tetbury antiques shops. See if you are able to discover any bargains.
Visit the award winning Stroud Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.
Discover Laurie Lee’s Slad valley; have lunch at his local pub, the Woolpack.
Explore arts and crafts in the Stroud Valleys– the largest arts and crafts community in the country.
Discover Westonbirt Arboretum through the eyes of a botanist on a private tour.
See Slimbridge Nature Reserve in the context of climate change and learn about the best birdwatching sites, some not accessible to the general public
Be guided by us to the places in the region where we love to eat: Chef's Table, William's Kitchen, Quails, and The Gumstool Inn at Calcot Manor.
Enjoy a private guide to see the finest gardens in the area.
Be guided to some little known spectacular places for photography.
Learn where the best seasonal fungi foraging areas are ...
Please contact us for a calendar of events or for more attractions and wonderful places to visit.
The name "Cotswold" is sometimes attributed the meaning "sheep enclosure in rolling hillsides". The spine of the Cotswolds runs south-west to north-east through six counties, particularly Gloucestershire, west Oxfordshire, and south western Warwickshire.
The Cotswolds were designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966.