Gloucester Cotswolds & Bath
Friday 19 - Monday 22 June
Famous for its honey coloured limestone, pretty villages and rolling hills, the Cotswolds landscape has changed little over centuries. Once a major centre for sheep farming and weaving, the villages and towns have remained largely unchanged with thatched cottages, old inns and grand manor houses in abundance. We visit Bath (with guided City tour) and include admission to the Roman Baths, one of the finest religious spas in the ancient world.
The FOUR PILLARS TORTWORTH COURT HOTEL (4 star) is a magnificent Grade 2 listed Victorian mansion, set in 30 acres of tranquil parkland, on the edge of the Cotswolds with an arboretum of over 300 rare and protected trees. The hotel’s bedrooms are well-equipped and the leisure club has a swimming pool, gym and spa.