Bed and Breakfast in Cotswolds Water Park, Britain's largest is available within the park but also in villages surrounding this beautiful Park. For sample B&B available near the waterpark please scroll down
On the south eastern edge of the Cotswolds is Britain’s largest man-made group of lakes. The Water Park is 50% larger than the Norfolk Broads covering an area of 40 square miles and has 132 lakes which are flooded quarries that were originally mined for their rich gravel deposits. Extraction still continues, but the emphasis now is on leisure – and there is plenty of it.
The Water Park is set in beautiful countryside and makes the ideal centre for families, walkers and outdoor enthusiasts. The lakes are fed by the River Thames whose source is just northwest of the Park and the river Churn. The clear lime rich spring waters provide very high water quality and the Park is of national importance for its nature conservation.
The Water Park provides water based activities including wind surfing, angling, sailing, canoeing, and sub-aqua and power boating. In quiet there are opportunities to watch the large bird population especially the winter visitors.
Bed and breakfast in Cotswolds Water Park has to include the Four Pillars Hotel situated just inside the Gloucestershire border at South Carney overlooking one of the many lakes. Opened in 2007 this modern hotel blends contemporary design with nature capturing the scenic landscape through expanses of glass and offers 234 well appointed rooms as well as self catering apartments. As well as offering accommodation for visitors this hotel, being within easy reach of major commerce centres, it is well placed as a conference centre offering facilities to the business community.
As well as B&B inside the park itself there are many small informal and very friendly B&Bs offering excellent value for money just to the south of the park in Wiltshire. All welcome families and you can be sure of a comfortable stay.
Within easy reach of Cotswold Water Park is the four star rated Manor Farm Bed and Breakfast. A working farm in the village of Corton close to Malmesbury in north Wiltshire you can be sure of a warm welcome from the owners John and Ross Eavis. Alternatively there is five star self-catering available in Manor Farm Cottage.
More recently there is also their recently refurbished bungalow, particularly well suited to families, next door to the farm.
Highlands at the village of Highworth is also within easy reach of the Cotswold Water Park.
Another small and informal B&B close to Cotswolds Water Park is Wheatleys Farm
, a dairy farm on the edge of the peaceful and picturesque village of Ashton Keynes, the first village on the River Thames. Gill and Adrian farm 500 acres and offer one family and one double room, have a large garden with ample off-road parking.
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