The Royal Agricultural University is everything you imagine
You'd expect nothing less from the Royal Agricultural University's university campus in Cirencester than well-groomed lawns, tree-lined malls and colourful blooms - and that's exactly what you'll find. Not only do the students have an interest in agriculture, but the university is nestled in pretty Cirencester, dubbed the capital of the Cotswolds - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Explore the picture-perfect Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are world famous and a beacon of the British countryside. You can discover the beautiful surroundings by popping into the limestone villages and towns that are nestled in the wolds, or exploring one of the many ramblers' routes. There are lots of country pubs and inns to choose from, when it's time to recharge. Take things up a gear and head to the Cotswold Water Park which is just 15 minutes' drive away from the university's campus.
Explore the southwest
The Royal Agricultural University sits on the cusp of Cirencester Park and Bath, Bristol, Oxford, and Cheltenham are all within an hour's drive. Planning a trip to the Royal Agricultural University? Travelodge Cirencester Hotel is just 10 minutes away by car, or it's half an hour's drive to Travelodge Stonehouse Hotel, set in a pretty market town.