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Short-Term Accommodation in Gloucestershire

Are you coming to Gloucestershire for a short term contract? Maybe need something for a few months while house hunting near Cheltenham/Gloucester/Tewkesbury? Or perhaps you’re coming here to study and need medium to short-term accommodation? Our cottage could be perfect for you. It has been a holiday let for the last 10 years, but right […]

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Eco Tourism & The Ethical Revolution

It’s been a rather long while since I last posted on here so I’m going to freshen things up with a little post of what I’ve been up to in the last year or so, I call it ‘Eco Tourism & The Ethical Revolution’… Well, while mum has been keeping busy with all of the […]

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Sudeley Castle

Sudeley Castle & Gardens

Sudeley Castle & Gardens, located in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, is set within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the rolling landscape of the Cotswolds. Sudeley Castle is a beautiful Grade I listed building that was built in the 15th Century and it has played a significant role in the history of England. Standing within […]

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The Christmas snow at Cooks Green Holiday Cottage

Christmas Holiday Offer!

NB. THIS OFFER HAS NOW BEEN TAKEN If you’re still looking for a beautiful place to stay in the countryside for Christmas we are able to offer you a discounted rate at our cottage – A Christmas Holiday offer of a one week stay in our cottage over Christmas for just £395. Due to an […]

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Inside Tewkesbury Abbey

5 Things to do in Tewkesbury

It is as though Tewkesbury is the town that stood still, with a beautifully preserved medieval layout and character even today. It is a thriving place yet is also in ways an open air museum. Tewkesbury is a delightful and we really think it is a “must see”. Tewkesbury is one of our favourite places […]

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Gloucester Quays

10 Things to do in Gloucester

We had the hardest job coming up with ten things to do in Gloucester not because there isn’t anything to do but because there are so many things to do, places to see, people to meet as they say. We decided to sit down with a cup of tea and discuss the places we have […]

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Holst conducts the tents at Cheltenham Literature Festival 2013

Cheltenham Festivals

The festival for which Cheltenham is most famous is the festival of horse racing at Cheltenham racecourse. Four days of sporting greatness is played out featuring a wide cast of people and horses including the annual Irish invasion. Cheltenham is also home to many other festivals across a broad spectrum of interests including music, science, […]

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A tall ship in Gloucester Docks.

A Brief History of Gloucester

Gloucester is a place we advise all our visitors to Cook’s Green Cottage to visit. Whatever your interests Gloucester has so much to offer the visitor as it is so rich in history but also has a wealth of restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues. We have decided to give our website visitors a brief history […]

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Gloucestershire Steam Fair

Local Vintage Steam Fairs

There is nothing quite like it in this great little part of the world of ours. A day out at a steam fair or steam rally is high on our list of fabulous things to do when visiting Cooks Green Cottage. For those not familiar with steam fairs, a steam fair or rally is an […]

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West Midlands Safari Park

Top 10 Local Animal Attractions

We go animal crackers in our latest post from Cook’s Green Cottage and take a look at some of our favourite animal attractions in the area. We are blessed with a diverse selection of educational, leisure and conservation facilities and hope our visitors enjoy them as much as we do on our days off. Cotswold […]

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