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cotswolds water park cottages, somerford keynes, cirencester

Holiday Cottage Accommodation Summary (EN261) (click here for map)


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some pet friendly not yet dishwasherwashing machineDVD playerwifi internetcatering availableonsite spa
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Luxury self catering holiday cottages & holiday homes set within the lakeside location of the Cotswolds Water Park near Cirencester in Gloucestershire. With access to excellent onsite facilities including indoor & outdoor swimming pool, spa, gym, tennis courts & various catering options, these cottages make an ideal family friendly holiday in the well-known stunning Cotswolds countryside - perfect for weekly holidays or short breaks.
 
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Six bedroom holiday cottages on the Cotswolds Water Park


Activities available near these holiday cottages, Cotswolds Water Park, Gloucestershire:

  • Local indoor children's activities: ceramic painting, ten pin bowling, soft play, ice skating, indoor skiing, car and train museums, warehouse climbing and so much more.
  • Watersports including: canoeing, kayaking, sailing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, windsurfing, fishing & boating
  • Countryside scenery ideal for walking, hiking, horse riding, cycling, golf, guided walks
  • Nature reserve for bird watching, wildlife spotting
  • High ropes adventure climbing - both high & low ropes for all ageds from 5 years upwards.
  • Stow-on-the-Wold: This delightful market town is perhaps one of the best known Cotswold destinations. Take a stroll round the fine array of Cotswold stone buildings or browse the antique shops, art galleries and craft shops.
  • Bourton-on-the-Water: Situated just a few miles from Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water is sometimes described as the ‘Little Venice' of the Cotswolds. Enjoy a picnic by the River, sit outside one of the many pubs and cafes or just marvel at the beautiful, old shops and houses, which are made of local Cotswold stone
  • Bibury: Situated on the River Coln, about a half an hour drive from the Cotswold Water Park, Bibury is not to be missed. Once described by William Morris as ‘The most beautiful village in the Cotswolds', the village is home to Arlington Row, a group of world-famous ancient cottages, dating back to the 16th Century.
  • Burford: Visiting Burford, a small town located under an hours drive from the Cotswold Water Park, is like stepping back in time. This beautiful town, situated on the River Windrush was once a wealthy wool town. Now it is a popular hot-spot for visitors who come to admire its ancient shops, houses, restaurants and pubs.
  • Cirencester: The nearby market town of Cirencester is steeped in Roman History. The second largest town in Britain during Roman times, Cirencester is now a busy town and central point for many local villages. More like a Cathedral than a church, St. John Baptist Church, which is located in the town square, is one of the largest in England and is definitely worth a visit
  • Cheltenham: England's Regency Spa Town, Cheltenham is only a short drive from the hotel. Enjoy some of the wonderful parks and gardens, indulge in some shopping or enjoy the thrill of racing at the racecourse. Cheltenham Racecourse is know across the world as the home of National Hunt Racing, The highlight of the racing calendar is the National Hunt Festival in March which features the famous Cheltenham Gold Cup.

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