Local Area

The farm itself is situated on the west bank of the River Severn and there are footpaths through the farm, which lead down to the River.  The meadows are home for snipe, curlew, cormorants, Canada geese along with all the usual duck and other water meadow birds.

There is plenty to see and do.

Gloucester offers it’s Historic Docks, Antique Centre andGloucester Cathedral (Harry Potter was filmed here).

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Visit nearby Cheltenham Spa Town, known for it’s fine Regency buildings, or Tewkesbury Town with it’s historic abbey Tewkesbury Abbey.

You can hire a day boat and meander up the river Severn to Upton, or take a trip to the Malvern Hills with their impressive panoramic views.

The whole area within The Severn Vale is part of Old England and here to be enjoyed. There are many traditional and unique eating-houses within easy reach of Town Street.

The following is a list of some further activities and tourist attractions available in the area.

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Art – Nature in Art Centre at Twigworth.

Birdwatching – Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge.

Gardens – Westbury Court at Westbury-on-Severn, Rococo Gardens at Painswick.

Museums – Waterways Museum at Gloucester Docks, Corinium Musem at Cirencester.

Racing – Cheltenham Racecourse.

Airport – Gloucestershire (Staverton) Airport is approximately 5 miles distant.