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Head out into the Cotswolds

Along with incredible walks and beautiful villages, there are a number of attractions you can find, both on our doorstep and a little further afield to suit you during your stay at The Manor House.


Castle Combe and the surrounding countryside contain some fabulous walks. With rolling hills, mature woodland, the meandering River Bybrook and the chocolate box village there is plenty to keep keen walkers busy.

Found on the hotel's doorstep


Take to the track and enjoy a choice of an extensive list of driving experiences such as rally, single seater, Lotus or Ferrari. If you prefer to watch rather than participate a packed calender of events means there is always something happening at the circuit.

Approximately 1 mile | 3 minute drive from the hotel



Often referred to as the 'Capital of the Cotswolds' Cirencester is a charming market town in Gloucestershire with a fascinating history dating back to the Romans. Cirencester has become renowned for its very special shops, individual boutiques and fascinating antique emporiums and for history buffs there is the Corinimum Museum and Roman Amphitheatre.

Approximately 23 miles | 40 minute drive from the hotel


Bourton-on-the-Water is a popular destination with gently flowing River Windrush running through the centre of the village and crossed by attractive little bridges.

There is much to see in Bourton on the Water; visit Birdland Park and Gardens, The Model Village, the Cotswold Motoring Museum and the Dragonfly Maze designed by Kit Williams. There is also an eclectic mix of shops including Cotswold Perfumery, a jewellers and pottery giving a wide choice of unique and exciting gifts all year round.

Approximately 40 miles | 60 minute drive from the hotel


Not strictly Cotswolds but well worth a visit whilst in the area, the breathtaking prehistoric monument located near Salisbury in the English county of Wiltshire stands as strong today as it did 3500 years ago. Documented as one of the most famous places in the world to visit, Stonehenge was built in three phases that consisted of over 30 million hours of labour.

Approximately 35 miles | 60 minute drive from the hotel