Other Cotswold Attractions
If you can drag yourselves away from Lower Mill, you will find that it provides a fantastic base for exploring the many beautiful Cotswold towns and villages nearby. For a taster of these click here.
The picturesque town of Cirencester (the Roman capital of Britain) is just five miles away, with lots of lovely shops, restaurants, a market, excellent museum and even a Roman amphitheatre where you might be lucky enough to see gladiators on historical re-enactment days. Click here for more details.
There are lots of lovely pubs serving food closer to Lower Mill: we will give you the details of these before you arrive. Within walking distance is the cosy Bakers’ Arms, in Somerford Keynes, which serves food and and has a beer garden with childrens’ play area – perfect for a sunny summer’s afternoon! We also recommend The Potting Shed at Crudwell which has won the Good Pub Guide's National Pub of the Year award 2012 and it's sister restaurant in The Rectory Hotel which offers a great dining experience. Also available are McBaile local caterers should you require a special occasion during your stay.
Other places to eat in the local area include the following establishments ...
There are many famous sporting events and visitor attractions locally; for details please follow the links below:
- Badminton Horse Trials
- Cheltenham racecourse and Festival (including Cheltenham Gold Cup)
- Fairford Air Show
- Cotswold Air Show at Kemble
- Westonbirt Arboretum
- Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
- Latton Alpacas
For a bigger list of attractions, please click here.
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