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Huge hats and hundreds of hooves pounding Cheltenham’s historic racecourse over four days. This annual highlight of the horseracing calendar sees thousands of visitors place millions of pounds in bets and witness high-calibre racing stock battle it out for first place across the line.
Cheltenham Festival and Gold Cup 2017
Gloucestershire GL50 4SH
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A former rectory and with parts dating back to the 12th Century, Blaisdon House has evolved into a truly wonderful home with a wealth of architectural features which have been cleverly exploited in its renovation. The three luxurious guest bedrooms a...
Dauntsey Park House
Perched on the banks of a river in breathtaking parkland, Dauntsey Park House is a stunningly beautiful country house with something of the 'wow' factor. Originally conceived in the 14th Century as a medieval manor, Dauntsey Manor was ex...
Field End House
Recently extended, Field End House sits at the end of the delightfully named Strawberry Lane. With its beautiful gardens and extensive views over the surrounding Cotswold countryside, Field End House is tucked away in a tranquil corner of this bustli...
Equidistant from the dreaming spires of Oxford and the regency spa town of Cheltenham, famous as the home of National Hunt racing, Home Farm was lovingly restored by Robin and Sylvie in 2007 and now epitomises a quintessential English country home. ...
"A place of great beauty and strangeness" - John Masefield, Poet Laureate. Believed to be the birthplace of Dick Whittington, Pauntley Court is magical, quite the most romantic and luxurious bed and breakfast home. Steeped in history, boast...
Dating back to Medieval times and steeped in history, Pinkney Court is a fabulous, quintessential Cotswold house. It was once owned by the Holford Family who created Westonbirt Arboretum, and is surrounded by its own land and beautiful...
The Glove House
A beautiful Georgian townhouse located in the centre of Woodstock, on the edge of the Cotswolds and 7 miles from Oxford, The Glove House is about 400 years old. Used as a glove workshop in the 1870′s, Christopher Daggett was one of Woodstock&rs...
The Old Manor House
Only seven miles south of Stratford upon Avon and on the edge of the Cotswolds, The Old Manor House is a hidden gem. Tucked away in the village of Halford, this small manor house dates back to the 16th Century and is noted by Pevsner for its Tudor ti...
The Old Post Office
An early 18th Century former post office, The Old Post Office offers luxury bed and breakfast in a beautiful and peaceful home, nestled in the enchanting village of Adlestrop, set in the heart of the North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural ...
The former piggery to the neighbouring manor house, The Piggery is the outcome of a lengthy project of restoration, inspiration and creativity. The Piggery offers delightful accommodation that can only be described as luxurious comfort and comfortabl...
At Trinity House, you will find peace and tranquillity with 21st Century comfort. The longer you stay, the more difficult it is to tear yourself away but even two nights work their restorative magic. Here you will find the best of welcomes, five s...
Elinor Fettiplace at Pauntley Court
A half-timbered house, part medieval, part Elizabethan and with an early 18th Century addition, Pauntley Court is now painted a pinkish earth colour, reflecting the iron-rich soil of the area. Wrapped around a central courtyard and surrounded by...