Cirencester is a lively Cotswold town, full of bustling markets and vibrant little festivals of all genreas, where there is always something for visitors to see or enjoy. It is particularly famous for its Roman heritage.
Cirencester is a perfect part of the Cotswolds. This once politically important town is now a preserved piece of history with beautiful buildings and a rich heritage dating back to the Roman era. It offers a fine choice of cottages to rent both within the town and the surrounding Cotswold villages. Being a vibrant market town there are weekly markets with stalls ranging from local produce to handmade jewellery. There are plenty of intriguing attractions such as the local museum, providing a telescope into the past, and the Roman Amphitheatre which is open year round and is currently free to enter.
Once a hop brewery, this 15thC Grade II listed barn has been converted to create a large and attractive Cotswold holiday cottage in an idyllic rural village location near Cirencester. Greyhound Barn sleeps 16 guests in 8 bedrooms (all en-suite). Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 16
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathrooms 8
The Old Mill is a luxurious Cotswold stone mill house in a peaceful village near Cirencester in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This large, family-friendly Gloucestershire holiday cottage sleeps up to 16 in 6 bedrooms with 5 bathrooms and set in a walled south-facing garden. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 16
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 5
Badger's Lodge is located in the Cotswold Water Park in Gloucestershire. This attractive dog friendly holiday cottage has been furnished to create a homely and welcoming ambience. Park facilities available to guests include an outdoor heated swimming pool, sauna, tennis court and children?s play are...
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 2
Cirencester's lovely old and carefully preserved buildings are sure to take your breath away as you stroll along old paved streets. Beyond the local church the Abbey Grounds is a lovely, relaxing space with a bandstand, presenting live music during the summer months. Cirencester strives to maintain a nostalgic atmosphere from years ago through its bandstands and market places – creating an obvious sense of legacy and tradition throughout the town.