One of the problems many people have is leaving their dog behind when they go on holiday. Dogs are real members of the family and are sorely missed by their owners when they are parted. The good news is here at Cooks Green Holiday Cottage, we welcome your pet to come and stay as well. [...]
The quintessential English country cottage garden is one of grace and charm with riotous colour, tall hollyhocks, rose arbours, sunflowers lazily leaning against a muted old brick wall and bird baths covered in moss. Mature trees are the canopies under which bluebell and crocus grow in the early part of the year. The style of [...]
Ballooning has a real sense of occasion, and a pre-take off glass of champagne helps steady the nerves. Naturally, the pilots stick to a cup of tea or coffee. For a special treat and to see the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside at its best from an incredible vantage point, consider a champagne balloon flight. Most hot [...]
We’re delighted to announce that, apart from a week in November, and a couple of weeks each in both December and January, Cooks Green Holiday Cottage is now booked up until the end of the April of 2012. Having filled up for the whole first quarter of the year, April the 28th 2012 is currently [...]
Taking a walk in the countryside has some great advantages. It is refreshing, healthy, uplifting, and very relaxing. While walking in Gloucestershire you get to enjoy the scenery. You take in the fresh air, experience the gentle breeze, see the beautiful flowers, hear the birds sing, and feel the touch of the countryside.
The region of the Cotswolds was formed by the associated six English counties of Wiltshire, Worcestershire, North East Somerset, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and Bath. These counties cover an area of about seven hundred and ninety square miles around the upper part of the Southwest side of England. It is known as the country’s largest area of [...]
Are you looking for somewhere to get away for a lovely Easter break? Cooks Green Holiday Cottage is still available for the whole of April 2011 so get in touch now if you’re planning a last minute Easter holiday get away.
So it’s the day of love. One of the most popular things to do on Valentine’s Day is spending a romantic day in the country. A day in the serenity and vast open space of the beautiful English countryside with a picnic and your favourite person.