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  • 1 Cotswolds Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Cheltenham

    Since ancient times, this region to the northwest of the Upper Thames Valley has been favoured by settlers for its climate and pastoral landscapes. Nowadays, the Cotswolds symbolise the essence of rural England, with airy open uplands, sheltered in p..

  • 2 Sudeley Castle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B4632 GB - Winchcombe GL54 5JD

    Sudeley Castle stands on the spectacular slopes of the Cotswolds. Once a medieval fortress, then the home of Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII, the castle was besieged and destroyed during the Civil War. During the 19C, the building was restored; s..

  • 3 City Centre Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    High Street GB - Cheltenham

    Little remains of pre-spa Cheltenham except for the secluded Church of St Mary and the line of the much rebuilt High Street. At right angles to this old thoroughfare is the Promenade, the city's main street, dominated by the majestic Queen's Hotel (1..

  • 4 St Peter and St Paul's Church

    Religious buildings

    st. High GB - Northleach GL54 3ET

    Dominating the market place, this is a fine example of a "wool church". The majestic two-storey southern porch is decorated with medieval sculptures. A remarkable collection of bronzes that belonged to the wool merchants is on display insid..

  • 5 Roman Villa

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Yanworth GB - Chedworth GL54 3LJ

    This large and superb Roman villa stands at the entrance to the little valley near the source. It is undoubtedly one of the most grandiose Roman monuments in the Cotswolds.

  • 6 Museum and Art Gallery

    Museums and art

    st. Clarence GB - Cheltenham GL50 3JT

    Among the paintings, porcelain, pottery and many exhibits of local interest is a fine collection of applied art, illustrating the importance of the Cotswolds in the Arts and Crafts Movement.

  • 7 Pittville Park

    Nature and gardens

    rd. Clarence GB - Cheltenham

    A romantic park, the keystone of the elegant district of Classical villas laid out by Joseph Pitt. The picturesque lake, tall trees and sweeping lawns form the setting for the Pump Room (1825-1830). This Grecian building with its Ionic colonnade and ..

  • 8 The Promenade

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Promenade GB - Cheltenham GL50 1LE

    To the east of the upper part of the Promenade are the Imperial Gardens, a dazzling splash of colour in the Summer and to the west are magnificent Regency houses. To the south is Montpellier Walk, whose mid-19C shopfronts are divided up by Grecian ca..

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