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Highworth: a Georgian market town in the heart of the Thames Valley

Nestled in the Upper Thames Valley in Wiltshire, the charming market town of Highworth is a quintessential English set-up. The town centre is lined with historical Georgian and Queen Anne buildings, as well as a variety of quirky boutiques and cafes. The beautiful St Michael's Parish Church marks the centre of town, while the Grade-II-listed Old Manor House dates back to 1656.

Explore the Cotswolds

Many visitors to Highworth find that it's a great place to set up camp while you explore the wider Cotswolds. As the highest town in Wiltshire, it boasts some spectacular scenes from its viewpoints. Climb Badbury Hill for a relaxing woodland walk and see the bluebells in spring. You're less than half an hour from the heart of the Cotswolds to the north, while in the south, the North Wessex Downs are a short drive away.

A day out in Swindon

Want to take a day trip while you're staying in Highworth? Just 20 minutes away, Swindon is the perfect place to take the family for a day exploring this charming town. From the top-rated STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway to the Swindon Designer Outlet and the historic Lydiard Park, you'll be spoilt for choice of things to do.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Highworth? Travelodge Swindon Central Hotel is just 20 minutes away while, further out, Travelodge Cirencester Hotel takes you to the heart of the Cotswolds.