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Known for Spas, Friendly People and Relaxing

Check out Cheltenham Racecourse and Gloucester Quays—just two of the top sights around Brockworth, a city also notable for its spas and restaurants.

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Check out Cheltenham Racecourse and Gloucester Quays—just two of the top sights around Brockworth, a city also notable for its spas and restaurants.

Things to do in Brockworth

Enjoy an outing to D7 Church during your stay in Brockworth. Discover the beautiful countryside and top-notch restaurants in this relaxing area.

Cheltenham Town Hall is a well-known landmark worth seeing in Cheltenham. Wander the area's picturesque gardens or simply enjoy one of its lively bars.

You can search for that perfect souvenir with a trip to Gloucester Quays, a popular shopping spot in Gloucester. Visit the spas and top-notch restaurants in this relaxing area.

Home to the tomb of King Edward II, this magnificent 1,300-year-old cathedral was also a filming location for the Harry Potter movies.

Play around with interactive exhibits, study educational displays and examine an extensive collection of boats at this quayside museum.

Original flags, photos, regalia and weapons are just some of the military memorabilia celebrating Gloucestershire’s soldiers at this excellent museum.

Once a thriving maritime port, this urban redevelopment is now a buzzing district of fashion outlets, riverside restaurants, museums and a working boatyard.

Uncover centuries of royal history amid the halls, gardens and art exhibitions of this 15th-century castle set in the shadow of the Cotswold Hills.

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You start your unforgettable Cotswold journey driving to Burford (the Gateway to the Cotswolds) through Minster Lovell, with its its attractive thatched houses and ruined Hall – and the beautiful villages of Asthall and Swinbrook (home to the Mitford sisters).

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This is a perfect introduction to some of the most enchanting villages of the Cotswolds. We start with a drive to ancient Bampton, one of the oldest towns in England and now well-known as the village of “Downton” in the TV series Downton Abbey.

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Combining the beauty of Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon with a drive through some of the most breathtaking scenery of the North Cotswolds, our tour heads north from Oxford.

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New for 2019! This enchanting half-day tour begins with a drive to Bampton, one of the oldest villages in England with its quaint square. Downton Abbey fans might want to look out for Mr Carson and Mrs Hughes, because this is where the village scenes were filmed for Downton Abbey.

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There are undoubtedly few rivers in the UK that come anywhere near to the beauty of the River Wye. The fifth longest river in the UK rises in the remote uplands of Mid Wales and flows through often mind-blowing scenery to the Severn Estuary.

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Our Cotswolds tour covers one of the most beautiful areas of England. Unspoilt for hundreds of years and characterised by beautiful rolling hills and river valleys. This countryside is dotted with villages, hamlets, and small towns with buildings made from local, unique, honey-coloured stone.