Local Attractions
Bourton House & Garden can be seen. It's an overcast day. Tall purple flowers and a yellow plant are in the foreground, they sit in front of the manicured lawn, which is edged by mature planting.

Bourton House & Gardens

Categories: Local Attractions, Local to the village
Bourton House Garden is a stunning 3-acre garden surrounding an 18th-century Manor House and a Grade I listed 16th-century Tithe Barn. It boasts lush terraces, vibrant herbaceous borders with... View Detail
The Horse & Groom Pub stands next to the main road running through Bourton on the Hill. It is built of traditional Cotswold stone. There is a board outside, advertising its real ales and rooms to let. There are small shrubs and grass in front of the pub.

Horse & Groom

Categories: Hospitality, Local Attractions, Local to the village
UPDATE: Donnington Brewery have taken over the Horse & Groom, creating a sister pub to the Halfway in Kineton, with the experienced Nathan and Liam at the helm.  They... View Detail
Sezincote House, with its green domed roof and ornately curved glass house, sit behind manicured lawns with a backdrop of mature trees. The sky is clear blue and the image is bathed in sunlight. The shadows are long and the leaves on some of the trees are vibrant umber, suggesting autumn is on its way.


Categories: Local Attractions, Local to the village
At the heart of a traditional family-run estate covering 3,500 acres of rolling Cotswold countryside stands a 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace, set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottos,... View Detail
A red leafed acer takes centre stage in this picture at Batsford Arboretum. It surrounded by mature planting in a range of green and red hues, indicating Autumn is on its way.

Batsford Arboretum

Categories: Local Attractions, Local to the village
Batsford Arboretum boasts one of the largest private tree collections in the country. The arboretum's collections encompass a diverse array of plants from various parts of the world, with a... View Detail
A eagle is spreading its wings as the Falconry Centre. Its handler watches on behind. Visitors and the bird's large wooden enclosures can be seen behind, all set within mature trees and shrubs.

Falconry Centre

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Established by Geoff and Naomi Dalton in 1988, the Cotswold Falconry at Batsford has become a top bird of prey centre in the UK. Their daily displays showcase the birds' flying skills whilst also... View Detail
The front door of the Aviation Museum is flanked by aviation parts mounted on the walls. Union Jack bunting hangs above the door. Plant filled stone planters sit at the entrance to the path.

Aviation Museum

Categories: Local Attractions, Local to the village
Tucked inside an old Victorian school building in Moreton in Marsh, you’ll discover a remarkable collection of RAF memorabilia and aviation art, curated by one passionate RAF veteran. This... View Detail
Broadway Tower stands against a sunset on the green hill top

Broadway Tower

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Broadway Tower, perched atop a picturesque Cotswolds escarpment, stands as an iconic landmark that boasts breath taking views and a rich history dating back over two centuries when it was conceived... View Detail
Stanway fountain jetting into the air with Stanway House and views behind. Visitors to the attraction are walking around the grounds and sitting on the lawn.

Stanway House & Fountain

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Nestled within the picturesque Cotswolds, Stanway represents a stunning illustration of a Jacobean manor house, celebrated for its extraordinary 300-foot single-jet fountain, holding the distinction... View Detail
Hailes Abbey ruins are the focal point of the picture, amongst green lawns with trees and blue sky behind.

Hailes Abbey

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Established in 1246 under the patronage of the Earl of Cornwall, Hailes Abbey is nestled amidst the charming Cotswold landscape. Once the centre of monastic life, these peaceful ruins now offer an... View Detail
Adam Henson is at his Cotswold Farm park. He is crouching with a young girl next to a sow and her five suckling piglets. They are pale pink with a few black spots. Three other visitors can be seen in the background.

Cotswold Farm Park

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Countryfile's Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park has earned a longstanding reputation as a destination for entertainment. Catering to visitors of every age, it... View Detail
A steam locomotive train, number 280, is puffing steam into the air. The engine is dark green with a black face and red front fender. The carriages are brown and cream. The train is running along tracks in the countryside. The sky is overcast.

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
A volunteer operated heritage railway offering a 28 mile round trip through spectacular Cotswold scenery with views to the vale of Evesham, the Malverns and beyond to Wales. The railway has stops at... View Detail
This image of Hidcote Garden is full of different plants and trees. White, pink and purple flowers, mainly dahlias, are in the foreground. Hidcote house is peeping over the hedges at the back of the picture.

Hidcote Gardens

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Hidcote Manor Garden, situated close to Chipping Campden, is renowned as one of the most highly influential Arts and Crafts gardens in the country. Distinguished for its interconnected "garden... View Detail
Chastleton House is the main focus of this image with its symmetrical frontage and windows. Box hedging and a metal frame with seating inside can be seen in front of the house.

Chastleton House & Gardens

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Having remained under the ownership of a single family for a significant portion of its existence, Chastleton, a Jacobean country house, has successfully preserved its... View Detail
The view of Kiftsgate Garden shows a tranquil pond with tree branches, hedging and yellow flowers in the foreground with trees and stretching views over the countryside behind.

Kiftsgate Court Gardens

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Kiftsgate is a stunning garden open year-round, offering breath taking views of the Malvern Hills and beyond. This garden has been designed and tended to by three generations of female gardeners. The... View Detail
A formal lawn with wide path lead to the entrance of Snowshill Manor. The property is built from Cotswold stone with two floors of large windows. Five of them are lattice design, the other four are sash windows. There is a wall to the right with shrubs in front and a tall tree behind.

Snowshill Manor & Garden

Categories: Further Afield, Local Attractions
Snowshill is no ordinary manor.   Home to Charles Paget Wade’s extraordinary collection, the whole house is filled with curiosities, packed to the rafters with 22,000 unusual objects, from tiny... View Detail