The Cotswolds is a special area of the UK, and perfect for a family break with a difference. Quintessential English villages, rolling hills and historic castles and country houses are just some of the delights that await you here. Take a look at our Cotswolds glamping locations below, and start planning a family holiday you'll never forget.
The Cotswolds is full of pretty villages built from the natural honey limestone that dominates the region. There's eclectic mix of antique shops, boutiques and cosy cafes to be found in each, so it's easy to lose a few happy hours wandering around. Pay a visit to Cirencester, a picturesque town that boasts both an indoor and outdoor market, as well as beautiful architecture. Visit Bourton on Water, known as the 'Venice of the Cotswolds' due to the River Windrush which flows through it.
Families of all shapes and sizes will find excitement galore in the Cotswolds. Get up close and personal to animals at Cotswold Wildlife Park, or step back in time at Sudeley Castle. The seemingly endless country lanes make this area perfect for long walks or cycle rides. So be sure to head out and get exploring! For even more outdoor fun, don't miss Cotswold Water Park, where you can try windsurfing, fishing, and even paintballing.
Of course, a holiday here doesn't have to be all action, all the time. Why not unwind in a cafe with a traditional cream tea, and watch the world go by? Alternatively, relax and drink in the beauty of the Cotswolds from the comfort of your tent. Book your Cotswolds glamping holiday now, and get ready for an adventure which you and your family will never forget.
Hidcote Manor Farm is easily accessible from both London and Birmingham, and lovers of the Cotswolds will find the farm irresistible. The tents are a stone’s throw from the honey-coloured limestone hamlet that clusters around the gorgeous National Trust gardens of Hidcote Manor. This picturesque farm is a haven for wildlife, with bird plots that are host to skylarks, lapwings, and finches. There are badger setts around the farm and their inhabitants can be glimpsed in the summer evenings if you’re quiet enough!