Safari Stays: A Cotswolds Adventure

Enjoy a British staycation and make the most of a ‘Cotswolds Adventure’ with our Safari Stays.

In partnership with our great friends at The Trout At Tadpole Bridge and The Kings Arms in Didmarton, we’re bringing you a three-night stay from £160 per person.

What’s Included?   

During your ‘Cotswold Adventure’ you can enjoy the wild Cotswold countryside at The King’s Arms in Didmarton, village life with us here at The Lion Inn in sleepy Winchcombe and riverside exploring at the Trout At Tadpole Bridge in Buckland Marsh.

Your safari stay will include:

  • A night in a Classic Room at each historic inn* 
  • A la carte breakfast per day
  • Luxury linens 
  • Vegan & environmentally-friendly bath & body products 
  • En-suite bathrooms 
  • Complimentary tea & coffee making facilities
  • Available to book for stay until 31st March, excluding Christmas holidays, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and Bank Holidays

Your four-legged companions are welcome to join you on this adventure to The Cotswolds for an additional £15 per dog, per property. 

Example Itinerary 

Here is an example itinerary we’ve made for you to see just some of the joys of The Cotswolds and the things you can expect to see and do during your Cotswolds Adventure.  

Day 1: Arrive at Didmarton

Explore the local area of Malmesbury where you’ll find The Abbey House Gardens, five acres of manicured gardens surrounding a 1300-year-old Malmesbury Abbey where you’ll enjoy maintaining a safe social distance. 
If antiques are more your thing, head over to the historic wool town of Tetbury with its large concentration of antique dealers on Long Street and Church Street.

Day 2: Didmarton > Winchcombe

Head over to the large spa town of Cheltenham where you can admire the Regency architecture, do a spot of retail therapy with world-class shops or visit Pitville Park & Pump Room.

Take an evening stroll through Winchcombe and watch the sunset.

Day 3: Winchcombe > Buckland Marsh

Pull-on your walking boots and choose between absorbing Oxfordshire’s finest rolling green vistas and medieval architecture or heading to the water to follow the iconic Thames Path National Trail which stretches 294km all the way to the Thames Barrier. Use their website to plan your day’s walk.