Local attractions

There is so much to see and do in the South Cotswolds. Why not visit us at Foresters Bed and Breakfast to explore the South Cotswolds with excellent local knowledge from your host, Vicky. Stay for longer, taking advantage of our current offers, and see even more of the South Cotswolds.


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Bibury (45 mins)

Location of the famous Arlington Row of cottages.


Cirencester (35 mins)

A Roman town with ancient Abbey Church and gardens and a world-famous Roman museum. Accompanied by a good mix of shops, coffee shops and restaurants.


Forest of Dean (45 mins)

Explore the beautiful forests, be adventurous on bikes and on the water, and stroll through nature. 

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Frampton on Seven (5 mins)

Boasting the longest village green in England with a sailing club at the end of the village.


Nailsworth (15 mins)

An amazing eclectic mix of shops, coffee shops and eateries plus a superb delicatessen.


Painswick (20 mins)

Dubbed the Queen of the Cotswolds. Fine architecture and houses along with a picturesque church with 99 yew trees in its gardens; all exquisitely clipped and lit.


Slimbridge (5 mins)

Equipped with an excellent visitors centre and wetlands area. World-renowned for walking, photography and exploring by canoe or Land Rover. A full day easily indoors or outdoors.
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Stow-on-the-Wold (1 hour)

A small but delightful market town nestled within the Cotswolds. Home to a monthly farmers market, restaurants, shops and local attractions.


Stroud (15 mins)

Home to a nationally famous and award-winning Farmers Market on Saturday's.
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Wotton-Under-Edge (15 mins)

A sweet little market town with unique shops, town museum and 100yr old cinema. Close to the Nibley Monument.

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Berkely Castle (10 mins)

The oldest inhabited castle by the same family - The Berkley's. Location of films and TV dramas including The White Queen. 
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Cattle Country (10 mins)

Travelling with children? Visit Cattle Country, a superb activity centre for children.

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Chavenage House (15 mins)

A historic Elizabethan manor house which has been the location of films including Agatha Christie and Poldark.
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Cotswold Canals Centre (20 mins)

Embark upon a boat trip, visit the shop, explore the canal or Saul Junction itself.
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Gloucester Cathedral (20 mins)

Opened in 1499 and location for the Harry Potter films. Easily accessible via train or bus from Cam.

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Newark Park (10 mins)

National Trust property with a famous 'snowdrop walk', picturesque grounds and glorious views.

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Rococo Gardens (20 mins)

Settled within Painswick, an all year round garden and cafe serving homemade food. Wonderful nationally famous snowdrop display in January/February.

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With a variety of shopping outlets explore Gloucester Quays and City Centre, Cribbs Causeway and Bath. Only 45 minutes away by train from Cam.


Westonbirt Arboretum (20 mins)

A world-renowned, huge, tree collection. Extremely colourful, especially in May/June and October/November. A fun trip out at Christmas with it's Christmas lights spectacular.

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The South Cotswolds is home to a collection of stunning viewpoints including Coaley Peak Picnic Site and Minchinhampton Common. Stroll across the Five Valleys and embrace the breathtaking landscape or hire bikes for an extra special view into the natural world.

View a list of viewpoints here or access the OS maps here.


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