|Travel by Coach|
|3 Included Excursions|
Days Two to Four:
In and around resort on sightseeing excursions
Prince of Wales Hotel
Located less than a mile from the Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty and within easy reach of Bristol, Bath, Gloucester and Worchester, the Prince of Wales Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore this area of the South West.
The hotel is close to the edge of the Cotswolds and typical small chocolate-box villages such as Stinchcombe and Nibley are within easy reach. From there you can pick up one of the many walking trails in the area that take in some of the local hills and views over the beautiful countryside.
The Prince of Wales Hotel is surrounded by charming towns and cities with the maritime history of Bristol, the Georgian splendor of Bath and the rural atmosphere of Cheltenham and Gloucester all within an hour’s drive.
The hotel has a modern restaurant serving delicious food from a varied menu for breakfast and evening meals. Afterwards enjoy great local ales from the bar's extensive drinks drinks menu and there’s plenty of space out on the patio to sit and enjoy some time in the evening sun.
Excursion into the Cotswolds
We take an excursion into the Cotswolds, passing rolling hills and farm fields filled with sheep and other livestock, passing typical villages with buildings made of classic Cotswold limestone. We call at Cirencester, famous for its association with the Romans, with a number of Roman sites dotted around town. We also visit Bourton-on-the-water, which is scenically set on the River Windrush, with a number of quaint attractions to explore.
Excursion to Bath
We take a trip to this historic Roman and Georgian spa city. Absolutely unique, Bath is set amongst rolling Somerset countryside on the southern edge of the Cotswolds the town was set out into stately avenues by the Georgians in the 18th century and retains that charm to this day. The Roman Spa is a major highlight but beautiful architecture in the Royal Crescent and the many interesting museums are also not to be missed.
Jaunt to Tewkesbury
We explore Tewkesbury, renowned as one of the best medieval black and white towns.