From simple pleasures, strolling around the Cirencester Park, to entertainment, such as the Cotswold Farm Park, the area isn’t short of animals, adventures and mini adrenaline bursts.
At Cotswold Farm Park discover how a working farm operates, feed and pet the goats, lambs and pigs and play in the huge children’s adventure playground. Just about every wet activity is possible at Cotswold Water Park, including boating, bathing and surf-biking.
There’s waterskiing, and wakeboarding at Lakeside Ski & Wake, and there’s indoor and outdoor climbing, as well as bouldering at Far Peak Climbing. At the Corinium Museum, you can learn in the interactive exhibitions, explore the collection and get creative in a workshop.
Elsewhere, there are pots to paint, animals to pet, a self-guided treasure trail around Cirencester, riding, karting, bowling and laser-questing, and an open air swimming pool with slides. Wear them out well enough and they’ll be snoozing in seconds at bedtime.
You don’t need to do anything other than relax in the house, unwind in the swimming pool and head out to the nearby Colesbourne Inn or one of the many other fabulous gastro-pubs in the Cotswolds.
If you would like to indulge in some beauty and health pampering our expert beauty therapists offer a full range of treatments in the comfort of the house.
If you fancy getting active, the Cotswold offers an exciting range of outdoor activities. For horse riding there is Greenhill Equation near Cirencester, offering hacks and lessons for individuals or groups. The nearest fishing site is Wildmoor Waters, with top quality fishing in pretty, peaceful and relaxing surroundings. For clay pigeon shooting, Old Down Pursuits specialise in group and individual experiences with fantastic shooting lessons available.
Make the most of being together with a photography session at your Cotswolds country house from James Crockford, a fantastic local photographer who will take relaxed photos of your family and friends.
Finally, get your clubs down to Cirencester Golf Club, with rolling fairways, undulating greens and glorious views of the Cotswold countryside. Visitors always welcome.