Attractions

What's close to Greenhill Farm Barn


Whichford Pottery and The Straw Kitchen


Meet the Makers in our bustling workshop, be inspired by our stunning courtyard garden, choose from our full range of flowerpots, browse gorgeous handmade British gifts in our gallery, The Octagon and top off your day with a tea, coffee, cake, lunch, brunch or a slice of toast in our fabulous cafe, The Straw Kitchen!

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Whichford Pottery and The Straw Kitchen

Cotswolds Distillery


Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, producing Outstanding Natural Spirits since 2014
Our distillery is the first full-scale distillery in the Cotswolds. We craft a range of single malt whiskies, gins and liqueurs, including the award-winning Cotswolds Dry Gin and Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky. We opened our doors five years ago and have welcomed visitors to the site every day since, offering Tour & Tastings, Gin and Whisky Blending Masterclasses and Cocktail Masterclasses.

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Cotswolds Distillery

The Rollright Stones


Believed to date from 3000BC, this is one of the most famous stone circles in the British Isles, which consists of a stone circle (The King's Men,) a standing stone (The King Stone,) and a burial chamber (The Whispering knights.)

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The Rollright Stones

Broadway Tower


Broadway Tower & Park is a family-owned Cotswold destination set within a 50-acre estate of parkland, allowing visitors to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. Your ticket includes all you need for a memorable day –  Tower Museum with roof platform, the Deer Park or walking the grounds with your picnic.

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Broadway Tower

Broughton Castle


Broughton Castle is a moated and fortified manor house. Set in parkland and built of the rich local Hornton ironstone

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Broughton Castle

Chastleton House


Discover the myths and memories of an ancient country house, a compelling time capsule of 400 years of family life

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Chastleton House

Upton House and Gardens


Lord and Lady Bearsted’s 1930s country retreat

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Upton House and Gardens

Sezincote House and Garden


Sezincote is unique. At the heart of a traditional, family-run estate covering 3,500 acres of rolling Cotswold countryside stands a 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace, set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals reminiscent of the Taj Mahal.

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Sezincote House and Garden

Batsford Arboretum and Garden Centre



Cotswold Archery



Wellington Aviation Museum



Hook Norton Brewery


Hook Norton is one of only 32 family owned breweries and is the finest example of a Victorian Tower Brewery in the country. Of course, At the brewery, we have a shop, Malthouse Kitchen Cafe, free museum and meeting rooms.

Brewery Tours
Brewery tours start from the Visitors Centre and last approximately 2 hours. The first 1½ hours are spent around the brewery where you’ll see our original steam engine, lTour price £15.00

Brewery & Village Museum
Take a trip back in time and learn all about the history and heritage of Hook Norton Brewery and the village. Entrance to the brewery museum is free of charge.

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Hook Norton Brewery

Blenheim Palace


Blenheim Palace offers a wonderful day out for all the family. You will be inspired by the majesty of the Palace, with its carvings by Grinling Gibbons, delighted by the interior filled with treasures and intrigued by the apartments devoted to Sir Winston Churchill. There are gardens in a variety of styles; lakes to row on, an adventure play area for children and even a narrow-gauge railway to take you from car park to the Palace. Blenheim Palace was built for the National Hero John 1st Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah, given by Queen Anne as a gift in reward for his military services. The palace was built between 1705 and 1722.The Park and Gardens at Blenheim provide a majestic formal setting for the Palace.


Shakespeares Birthplace


The "Man of the Millennium" William Shakespeare, was born in 1564 in the half-timbered house in Henley Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon. This is where the young William spent his child-hood and is believed to have been educated at the local grammar school. Entrance to the Birthplace, is through The Shakespeare Centre further up Henley Street. Here in the visitor centre, you will find an exciting new exhibition about the life and background of Shakespeare, following his life and work from his birth in 1564 to the time of his death in 1616. There are specially constructed scenes, sound effects, original artefacts and books; there is also a scale model of Shakespeare's Globe.


Anne Hathaways Cottage


The most romantic of all the Shakespearean properties, is Anne Hathaway's Cottage, which lies in the beautiful hamlet of Shottery, just outside Stratford-Upon-Avon. The cottage can still be reached by the footpaths over the fields, as it was in Shakespeare's time, when he came to court his future wife. This is where Anne Hathaway spent her childhood and youth, until at the age of eighteen, William Shakespeare and Anne were married in 1582. Today it is called a cottage, but in the sixteenth century it was a substantial farmhouse, known as Hewlands. The cottage was owned, and lived in by the Hathaway family and their descendants, until the late nineteenth century, when it was purchased by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.