Welcome to Minchinhampton
Nestled in the Cotswolds south of Gloucestershire, Minchinhampton is a small, charming market town made up of some delightful historic buildings, many of them stone cottages dating back to the 1600s. Surrounding the town, visitors will be able to soak in beautiful, panoramic views of Minchinhampton Common and the Stroud Valleys, and find ample opportunities for golf, horse riding, and many more outdoor pursuits.
Be charmed by Chippenham
Chippenham is one of the West Country’s hidden gems, where a long and fascinating history blends seamlessly with its modern aspects. Its vibrant centre is known for its eclectic range of bars, pubs and clubs, and its nightlife has earned it a prestigious Purple Flag award. Nearby, visitors will find shopping areas on High Street, The Causeway and Market Place, and venturing further out, you’ll find exciting family attractions such as M4 karting.
Exploring Woodchester Mansion
Woodchester Mansion is an impressive and unique Grade I listed Victorian manor, tucked away in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Though unfinished, its intricate, gothic stone carvings on its exterior, and the lavish details of the interior, make this a fascinating place to visit for history buffs and novices alike. Wildlife lovers will also be interested in the colonies of Horseshoe bats that the mansion houses.
Planning a trip to Minchinhampton? Travelodge Stonehouse Hotel is just over 20 minutes away by car, as is Travelodge Cirencester Hotel.