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Based on a 7 night stay
Fri 19 Feb 2021
Cheltenham (4mls NE), Cotswolds
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For a February half term set within the most picturesque of surroundings, a break in the Cotswolds is sure to be remembered. Whether you choose to stay in the heart of the countryside or wish to spend time exploring its pretty market towns, select one our diverse collection of holiday cottages and enjoy the finest of getaways.
There is so much to see and do on a family holiday to the Cotswolds in February half term. Visit one of the area’s many historic sites, like Blenheim Palace, Berkeley Castle & Gardens and Broadway Tower or explore quintessential Cotswolds villages like Lower Slaughter, Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford. Or travel to one of the many family-friendly attractions in the Cotswolds, like The Model Village, Cotswold Farm Park and Cattle Country Adventure Park, not to mention the many places where you can explore the natural world – like Westonbirt Arboretum, Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens and Slimbridge Wetland Centre. Plus, there are many vibrant towns and cities to explore too, like Gloucester, Cheltenham and Oxford. Our February half-term cottages offer somewhere great to stay after a day of adventures, and they’re packed with family-friendly features. Take a look at our full collection and start planning your February half-term holiday in the Cotswolds.
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