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Child-Friendly Hotels, Restaurants and Things to do in Gloucestershire
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About Gloucestershire

With hundreds of Cotswolds towns, villages and smaller settlements there is plenty of choice in accommodation style and location. Our Travel Guide section includes a list of Cotswolds places ordered village by village.
Accommodation here is given a special charm by the local Cotswold honey-colour limestone. Buildings from the 16th and 17th century (or even earlier) have become Cotswold hotels, Cotswold holiday cottages, pubs and inns or Cotswold Bed and Breakfast businesses, including some excellent farm stay accommodation. A special mention is due for Cotswolds Inns and Hotels - the winner of Tourism Business of the Year in the Cotswold Tourism Awards 2010. A tip that we have picked up from some of our Japanese visitors is to mix and match - stay one night in a hotel in the Cotswolds and then try a Cotswold farm stay or bed and breakfast. It keeps costs down and yet each is an experience in its own right.
The Cotswolds area is home to a great range of hotels - from budget hotels to beautiful boutique hotels, there's something for you. Many have some of the most breathtaking scenery you'll ever see over breakfast and all the accommodation featured on our website is inspected, so you can be assured of good quality while staying in the Cotswolds.

Our Favourites in Gloucestershire

Newark Park - National Trust Venue. Former Tudor hunting lodge later converted to fashionable home From its Tudor origins to today, Newark Park contains elements reflecting 450 years of history. The atmospheric house is lived in and is furnished with an eclectic mix of old and modern. Outside, the wild romantic garden and landscape, with fantastic views to the distant Mendips, are breathtaking.

Cirencester Amphitheatre - English Heritage Venue. The earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain, built in the early 2nd century to serve the city of Corinium (Cirencester), then second only in size & importance to London. The earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain, built in the early 2nd century. It served the Roman city of Corinium (now Cirencester), then second only in size and importance to London, and had a capacity of around 8,000 spectators. Later fortified against Saxon invaders.

Help us to provide more information about Gloucestershire

We are always keen to add more information for families and would love to hear from you if you have any suggestions of venues that are family friendly and suitable for children. You can e-mail us on this address.