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Day One Travel to Bath
After meeting up with the tour at the interchange, travel to Bath for check-in at the Country Living Hotel Lansdowne Grove after which we will enjoy a delicious evening meal.
Day two and three In and around Bath
We have two days in the area around Bath and have an included excursion into the Cotswolds. On the excursion we will visit Tetbury, a beautiful small town with quaint cottages and great local produce. We then visit the Roman town of Cirencester, a highlight of which is a Roman Amphitheatre on the outskirts of town with a number of other Roman landmarks dotted across the town. Finally we call at Bourton-on-the-Water an absolutely charming town on the banks of the River Windrush, highlights here are the model village and the Dragonfly Maze. You will also have plenty of free time to enjoy the best that Bath has to offer. Our hotel is close to Bath’s famous Royal Crescent and a short walk from the city’s centre and the world famous Roman Baths.
Day Four Departure from Bath
This morning after breakfast we leave Bath to travel home via the interchange
The Country Living Lansdown Grove Hotel
The Country Living Hotel Lansdown Grove lies at the heart of the UNESCO world heritage site at the centre of the city. The hotel has been designed in conjunction with the team at Country Living Magazine, the UK's bestselling home interest magazine.
Rooms have been designed with relaxing surroundings, cosy beds and stylish bathrooms to offer you total relaxation and an escape from the everyday.
Country Living has worked with talented chefs to create delicious menus, using fresh, seasonal and local ingredients, with some recipes inspired by features from the magazine.
Of course the hotel, which is Grade II listed, has retained the original features it is blessed with, such as the beautiful regency facade and high ceilings, all of which adds to fantastic styling of the Country Living Hotel Lansdown Grove.
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of Bath, less than 10 minutes from the Royal Crescent and 15 minutes from the Roman Baths on foot.
Heading out of town the beautiful Cotswolds spread to the north with picture perfect villages and patchwork fields. Or travel to the Mendip Hills where you can visit the town of Cheddar and magnificent Cheddar Gorge.
Trip into the Cotswolds
We take a journey into the Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty, travelling first to the quaint town of Tetbury. The town is a regular winner of “England in Bloom” awards and also has a number of pretty Gothic churches. We then travel onto Cirencester which was the Roman capital of the Cotswolds, an ancient market town with a number of ancient artifacts throughout the area. Take the opportunity to see the Roman Amphitheatre on the outskirts of town and the Abbey Grounds which used to be an Augustinian monastery. Finally, we visit the pleasant town of Bourton-on-the-Water which has a number of pretty attractions as well as the general feel of the town and its Cotswolds limestone buildings.