How would i get from cheltenham by bus to RAF fairford
I am planning to go to Moreton-in-Marsh. No idea what is there in wait for me :) .... Can you please suggest some good country side for walk and good food
I will be arriving at the Birmingham airport and need to travel to Chipping Cambden (in fact Ebrington). I wont have a car. Any ideas of how I can do this?
What's the best way to get from Bristol airport to Cheltenham
What tours can you take from Morten in Marsh to villages like Stratford Upon Avon and Stow on the Wold?
is there a shop that does key cutting in moreton in marsh please?
What is the closest place i would have go to from Chipping Campden ,to take bus directly to Heathrow airport.I have someone that will drive me by car but it has to be less than a half hour away.
Plan to be in the Cotswolds on the night of the 25th of October 2012. The objective is to see the countryside, wade in the rivers, see the architecture of the area, enjoy some good meals and generally while away some time.........
The plan is to: -
# Train to Oxford on the 25th Morning
# Spend about 4 hours in Oxford. Rent a car there for a day and drive into the Cotswolds
# Would like to see Bourton on the water, The Slaughters, Chipping Camden (And maybe even Bibury) (Wonder if thats too much for 1pm on 25th to 1pm on 26th )
# Back to London in the shortest possible time (via oxford or otherwise)
We are on a short holiday and we may never come back to this part of the world/UK again and hence the hunger to see as much as possible.....
## Is the above doable....
## Any views on which town we should put up in? Should i stay in one of these towns or in a place like Cheltenham (assumption here is that in October, night will fall very early and the small towns may have little or nothing to walk around/see/do post sun down)
## How long will it take us to drive from Cheltenham to Chipping Camden at about 9am on a weekday morning?
We plan on staying in Burton on the Water in September for a week, and our accommodations don't provide parking. I've read several posts by people complaining about the difficulty and expense of parking. Will we be able to find free street parking while we are staying here? If not, what will our options be for paid parking that is convenient to the center of the village? We will need to park overnight, and also while we are in the village during the day. Are there any provisions made for visitors who are staying for an extended period, rather than just for the day? Since we will be staying a week, I don't want the cost or difficulty of parking to become a big problem.
I am trying to arrange a New Year retreat for my social club.
Does anyone know of accommodation in the Cotswolds (or maybe you can suggest somewhere else) that would meet my requirements?
We are looking for accommodation for probably about 6-10 people. We would like to keep the costs down as our club is for 18-30 year olds. We are looking at about £25 pppn. We will probably require a mixture of twin/triple/multiple and double accommodation. B&B or self catering is fine. Looking for about 3 nights - Friday 31st Dec to Mon 2nd Jan 2011.
I would really appreciate any suggestion and I am struggling to find much accommodation in the Cotswolds at all.
Is it possible to walk to Broadway Tower with a double buggy? Or too challenging??!!
How far is the bus station in Cheltenham from the train station.
We will be staying in the Cotswolds for 5 nights at the end of October as part of our Honeymoon...We will be staying in either Chipping Campden or Stow on the Wold (will decide this week) with a car rental and we're looking for suggestions from those of you familiar with the area. It will be our first visit to the Cotswolds and we would like to see and do as much as we can in this period. Which towns/villages/sites would you guys recommend that we definitely travel to? Also, what are your favorite and least favorite Cotswold towns? We would also love some recommendations on specific pubs and restaurants in the region to frequent for drinks and dinner as well as some advice on known haunted locations to visit.... Essentially, any and all Cotswold advice is welcomed and appreciated!
***We are staying in Bath for the first 5 nights and plan on doing some daytrips out of there. We will probably see Glastonbury, Avebury, Lacock and Castle Combe out of Bath, so any other tips that you have will be helpful...
My boyfriend and I are going to the Cotswolds for the weekend. I've been there before and visited Bourton on the Water, Upper & Lower Slaughter and Castle Combe. I'd love to know of any recommendations for other pretty places to see. We're staying to Gloucester which we've never seen before, and would also like to know if Stroud and Cheltenham are worth having a nose around.
Thanks in advance!
Hi, looking for self catering accomodation for 4 guys during the Cheltenham Racing Festival 2009. Preferably near teh Queens Hotel!
Hi, looking for self catering accommodation (house/apartment) for 4 guys during the 2009 Cheltenham Racing Festival. Preferably near to the Queens Hotel!
Have always loved visiting the Cotswolds and now that my husband and I are retired was wondering if there is a possibility of house sitting somewhere in that beautiful area. Was thinking around April to August as a possibility for a period of 3 to 6 weeks. Are there reputable websites in the UK for this sort of thing? We are from Australia so any info at all will be great. Would love to "live like a local" as part of a larger holiday.
I will be visiting a cousin going to school at Oxford. I was wanting to take a few days and visit the cotswolds and the small villages... I will not have a car, but could get one?
What does everybody recommend.. Can public transportation get you everywhere you need in the small villages...
Are you stuck after 5 p.m. in some of the villages... Does anybody have a recommendation as to which town is a good basecamp to explore the other towns?
I see that Gloucester and Cheltenham may be the bigger cities.. Can I get to the other towns from here? I would prefer not to drive..
Thanks for the information
Does anyone know of a nice B@B near Tewkesbury.I'm looking at Hillview Guest House. Thanks.
Hi. I'll be arriving in London on 29 April 2007 but I'd also like to see Gloucester and Oxford. I have time from 2 May - 6 May before I have to be in London again to fly to Frankfurt on 7 May.
Would really appreciate anyone's help in answering the following questions:
(1) What is the cheapest way to get to and from Oxford and Gloucester; and how much do I have to pay?
(2) How much time will I need to see Oxford and Gloucester?
(3) Trains and buses, how much travelling time will they need?
Thanks and regards,
Anyone recommend a good Indian restaurant around Cirencester for a mid-week meal for two couples who like good food and no gangs of drunken lads??
We are staying a few days in London then on to Cheltenham. My question is: Would it be easier to take the train from London and then hire a car in Cheltenham or rent a car in London and just drive to Cheltenham? Can you hire a car at the Cheltenham train station?
We have to attend a wedding in oct in Lower Slaughter and seeing as UK Pound vs Aussie dollar is kinda scary we are searching for the cheapest accom possible! Seems like I'd have buckleys doesnt it?!! but Iam ever the optomist!
Bride suggested Stow-on-the Wold or Bourton as most convenient... opinions anyone???
Thanks in advance!
Ok, so I want to go to the cheese rolling competition at Cooper's Hill. I have a coach ticket to Gloucester. How can I get from Gloucester to Cooper's Hill? Bus or rail or walking? How far is it? Also, is Cooper's Hill a town, or just the name of the hill the where the competition is held??
Thanks for any info
I am planning on visiting someone who resides in Cheltenham, England around March. I live in the United States and have never traveled before. I was wondering what I would need for the trip and any other possible information you have to offer. What will UK cumstoms be like? What to do about converting money? ...anything! Thanks in advance
Beautiful B&B to rec in area or Gloucestershire?
Thoughts on South Hill Farmhouse???
Also seeking some typically british, good, quaint, restaurant recs in the area.....
Recs for some really BEAUTIFUL, COUNTRY, BRITISH, gardeny
B*Bs in Bourton or nearby!
I'm considering a commitment that would mean living for at least 2 years in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, U.K. My involvement will include organic horticulture, nature, animals and wildlife, arts and crafts, all which I love. What else is going on in the region that would round out life for a woman that doesn't drink, loves life, learning, and communicating with interesting, progressive and creative people?