Little Fleece Bookshop, a traditional 17th-century building Cotswold house (originally part of a former inn) in the beautiful Cotswold village of Painswick.
Nearest Things To Do Gloucestershire
Heading to Gloucestershire and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Gloucestershire coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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The Forest of Dean covers 35 square miles between the rivers Severn and Wye. The forest has thick coniferous and deciduous woods and rolling hills. In Roman times this was Read more [...]
St Briavels Castle is a moated Norman castle, built between 1075 and 1129 and is noted for its huge Edwardian gatehouse that guards the entrance. St Briavels Castle is now Read more [...]
The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum houses an internationally significant museum collection of exceptional quality and variety, changing displays of our Designated Arts and Crafts Movement collection and fine art Read more [...]
Ashleworth Tithe Barn is a 15th-century tithe barn, is picturesquely located on the banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire.
All that survives of Kingswood Abbey today is the 16th century Abbey gatehouse. The abbey was founded in the year 1169 by William of Berkeley and colonised from the Cistercian Read more [...]
The heated pool is 18m long, by 6m wide and the depths go from 1m to just over 2m. There is a retractable enclosure which is closed in colder weather, Read more [...]
The 50m lido opened in 1935 and like many of the old Lido’s rely on Charitable Trusts and volunteers to keep them running.
Nympsfield Long Barrow is the remains of a Neolithic burial site or barrow. It lies at the edge of a woods, and is now the location of a picnic site. Read more [...]