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At The Colesbourne we are lucky enough to be situated directly between the picturesque market town of Cirencester, the capital of the Cotswolds, and the busy Spa town of Cheltenham, the Cheltenham Gold Cup, either a fifteen minute drive depending on the direction that you turn. Below you will find a small selection of what the Cotswolds has to offer. Leaflets and information are also available from the bar.
Thinking about visiting The Snowdrops at Colesbourne Park in February 2016? Then why not think ahead and book your accommodation and take in all the Cotswolds has to offer. Open Days Saturday 30st January to Sunday 31st January 2016 Saturday 6th to Sunday 7th February 2016 Saturday 13th to Sunday 14th February 2016 Saturday 20th to Sunday 21st February 2016 Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th February 2016 Opening Times Gates open at 1.00pm. Last entry 4.30pm Entry Fee Adults £7.50 Children under 16 free Dogs are welcome. Please keep them on a short lead. Ample parking is available in the grounds. Please do not park on the road-side. Parking for disabled visitors with wheelchairs is available in the Stable Yard please ask the attendant at the gate as you enter the grounds. DISABLED ACCESS AT COLESBOURNE PARK We are sorry that the private grounds, only open for five weekends per year, are not very accessible for wheelchairs because there are some wooded paths and a lakeside walk where the terrain is variable and very steep in parts; also some paths have deep loose gravel. We do not recommend the use of wheelchairs although a few intrepid visitors are able to see parts of the snowdrop collection where the ground is level. Wheelchair users are admitted free, but accompanying persons are charged at the normal rate. No wheelchairs are available for loan. A disabled toilet is available and there is level access to the tearoom
"An Internationally renowned tree collection, heritage landscape and fantastic location for playing, walking, relaxing and learning about nature. What will Westonbirt Arboretum be to you?"
Ian Coley Shooting School
Try Air Rifle or Clay Pigeon Shooting at the home of 6 times Olympic coach, Ian Coley MBE. Beginners are very welcome, with Have-A-Go packages from just £40. Licence holders can ‘Pay & Play’ or have a lesson with one of our professional coaches. Large shop with a range of country clothing and shooting accessories. Booking is essential.
The Everyman Theatre Cheltenham
"Whether you visit the Everyman to see ballet, opera, drama, dance, comedy, music events or our traditional family pantomime... ... Whatever the reason we would like to warmly welcome you and hope you return many times."
Chedworth Roman Villa
It’s the 150th anniversary celebrating discovery and conservation at Chedworth Roman Villa. Its an amazing drive to the site which is only 15minutes away by car. It was Nancy Grace who regularly stays with us that informed us of it celebrations this year.
The four most celebrated days in the Jump racing calendar are getting closer.
Situated in over 200 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside, Rendcomb College is an HMC co-educational, boarding and day school for 3- 18 year olds which provides a stimulating, challenging and exciting all-round education.
Wadworth Brewery Shop and Tours
A full range of Wadworth brewery related items are available here. Tours are available all year round at 11am and 2pm Monday to Saturday, and on Sundays from April to October at 12.30pm, the Wadworth Brewery Experience lasts approximately two and a half hours.
Regent Arcade Shopping Centre
"The feature of the Regent Arcade Shopping Centre is the famous "Wishing Fish Clock"..."
Prinknash Abbey Bird and Deer Park
On entering the Park over 50 peacocks and waterfowl welcome you as you walk towards the Love Bird Aviary and the Golden Wood full of golden Pheasants
Painswick Rococo Gardens
The sole, complete survivor from the brief Rococo period of English garden design (1720-1760).
National Waterways Museum Gloucester
Set in the beautiful half-acre of Gloucester Historic docks the National Waterways Museum unveils the mystery and history behind the 200 year old tale of inland waterways and fortunes lost and gained.
Rodmarton Manor, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, was one of the last country houses to be built in the old traditional style when everything was done by hand with local stone, local timber and local craftsmen.
God has been worshipped on this site for over 1300 years. At first, there was a small Anglo-Saxon monastery founded by Prince Osric. Early in the 11th century, Benedictine monks came to live and work here.
Foodworks Cookery School
We are proud to have been selected to provide accommodation for this popular cookery school. Please contact us for further information.