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Golf, boots and organic living

Right from site, play a world-class golf course, strap up to walk the Cotswold Way and pop out to Leaf and Ground for organic coffee, tea and wine. Dive into history at Berkeley Castle or into outdoor play and farm animals at Cattle Country. Get closer to wildlife at Slimbridge or ride the surf at The Wave.

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Dive into a world of outdoor play equipment, farm animals, locally sourced food in the Graze café and a giant play barn at Cattle Country. Or enjoy outdoor adventure, play and learning and meet amazing animals, from mischievous lemurs to magnificent European brown bears at The Wild Place Project.

Try just about anything at the Cotswold Water Park, from angling to aerial adventure and wilderness skills to watersports. Enjoy a train ride, adventure play and all the hippos, lions and monkeys you could want at the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Or feed the animals, meet rare breeds and ride a tractor at Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park.

Feed the ducks and wander the miniature village at Bourton-on-the-Water. Ride Shetlands or shires at Newbrook Farm Equestrian. Discover an underwater world at Bristol Aquarium and take the tunnel through the enormous Coral Seas display. Or catch the latest films at Stroud Vue or live theatre at the Cotswold Playhouse.

Learn all about the father of vaccination and a discovery that changed the world at Dr Jenner’s House and Garden. Tackle hands-on clay projects at Honeybourne Pottery Studio. Or steam through magical countryside on the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway.

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World-class golf sits just beyond the gate at Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course and we’re happy to prebook for you and even provide buggies. Into walking? Leave the door and you’re right onto the Cotswold Way. Or grab some ethically sourced coffee, tea, beer and wine from Leaf and Ground next door.

Dive deep into history at Berkeley Castle and Gloucester Cathedral. Get closer to wildlife at Slimbridge Wetlands Centre. Ride the surf at The Wave in Bristol. Tackle just about any outdoor pursuit at The Cotswold Water Park. Or buy organic beer or visit the tap room at Stroud Brewery and stay in town for the Farmers’ Market.

Tackle the 16 challenging themed walls and Giants’ Staircase at Xheight Adventure Club in Bradley Stoke. Or prune the clay-pigeon population at Cotswold Sporting.
Come in May for the Badminton Horse Trials or in early spring for the Cheltenham Festival. Or shoot some arrows with the Bowmen of Minchinhampton.

Take a drive through lovely Cotswold villages such as Tetbury, home to half the Royal Family, including the king, tearoom-rich Burford or Bourton-on-the-Water. Get over to Bath for a spot of Georgian splendour or to Gloucester for the lovely docks. Cap the day with a tipple at Lily Gin’s in Cheltenham or Gifford’s Circus for a night with a difference.

Stinchcombe Hill House - kate & tom's Large Holiday Homes