Holiday Cottages in Cirencester

Cirencester is a quintessential Cotswold town where visitors can delight in the daily markets as well as find local delicacies at the fortnightly farmers’ markets. Cirencester was central to the local wool trade, famous across the whole of the Cotswolds, and its close association with the Romans is still very apparent today as stunning mosaics and even an amphitheater are still prevalent in the streets and surrounding countryside. Our accommodation and holiday cottages in Cirencester provide the perfect base from which to explore.

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Places to Stay in Cirencester

Discover the best places to stay and the top things to do when planning a visit to the town of Cirencester, browse our collection of properties in and around the local area above.

Things to Do in Cirencester

For Roman artefacts there’s no better place than the Corinium Museum where you’ll find mosaics. coins, statues and ceramics brought to life by interactive technology. During the school holidays there’s a packed calendar of kids workshops from prehistoric painting and pop-up book creation, to making Roman armour and mosaics.

Unusually for a stately home, Cirencester Park sits within the town of Cirencester, screened from it by the tallest yew hedge in the world. Visitors are free to wander around the 15,000 acres of gardens, stop for a picnic and takeaway coffee from the ‘Beano’ converted horse trailer, and if you’re lucky, watch a game of Polo or cricket at each of the Park’s clubs.

In the centre of town the New Brewery Arts is home to a gallery with a regularly changing exhibition schedule, presenting work by some of the UK’s leading makers, designers and artists. The shop sells beautifully hand-crafted homeware and individually designed jewellery and textiles, some of which are created by their very own craftspeople. The maker’s studios are open to the public and host several workshops and classes where visitors can learn a new skill whilst rediscovering their own creativity.

A short, ten minute drive out of town and you can enjoy a family day at the Cotswold Country Park and Beach. Visitors have a variety of pre-bookable adventures to enjoy from kayaking and SUP boards to the giant inflatable park, Aquaventure. If you prefer to stay dry you can hire a boat, try out pedal karting or test your head for heights on the Vertigo Adventures.

Cirencester Accommodation

We are sure that our guests will be entertained for the duration of their stay and will most certainly be thankful they can escape back to the peace and tranquillity of their self-catering cottage in Cirencester each evening. Each of our carefully selected cottages are a perfect escape, packed with all the home comforts our guests have come to expect on their Cotswold holiday.

Find your perfect holiday Cottage in Cirencester by browsing our collection of Cotswold holiday accommodation above. If you don’t find a property in the Cirencester area that suits your holiday home needs, you can browse all of our Cotswold holiday homes.