The Cotswolds is Britain’s largest area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Famous for its ‘honey’ coloured stone cottages which dot the landscape and the Cotswold stone walls which punctuate the rolling hills. It’s an area of warmth with open skies, rolling grasslands, Beech woods and charming villages.
There are miles and miles of walking and cycling routes straight from our from door, an amazing variety of events, festivals and numerous attractions from stately homes to magnificent gardens, farm parks to vistas. Three Ways is also just 15 minutes’ drive from Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon
Things to Do
Longbourough Opera Festival – https://lfo.org.uk/
The Big Feastival – https://thebigfeastival.com/
Stratford River Festival – http://www.stratforward.co.uk/events/stratford-river-festival/
Bring your own bike we have secure bike storage, take a look at the routes available as pdf files across the page.
We have miles of walking straight from our from door! Walking maps and routes are available at reception and we are always happy to advise.
Places to Visit
Sudeley Castle www.sudeleycastle.co.uk
Warwick Castle www.warwick-castle.com
Kenilworth Castle https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/kenilworth-castle/
National Trust in The Cotswolds
We are lucky to have a wealth of historic National Trust Properties right on our doorstep. From the world famous gardens at Hidcote, Three Ways House is the closest place to stay and to eat when visiting Hidcote, to the diverse collections of Snowshill Manor and a host of other National Trust Properties including Charlecote Park and Coughton Court. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcote
Three Ways House Hotel,