Local Attractions

The ancient Anglo Saxon town of Winchcombe is situated in a beautiful Cotswold valley mid-way between Broadway and Cheltenham (approx each 15 minutes away by car).

The inns, restaurants, tea rooms, and shops set among Winchcombe’s three main streets are full of the character of times past.

Sudeley Castle with beautiful gardens. Queen Katherine Parr is entombed here.

Cheltenham racecourse at Prestbury Park is a big attraction for National Hunt fans.

Prescott Hillclimb Course hold motoring events at various times throughout the year.

The ancient abbey at Hailes is a few miles out towards Broadway. Hailes Abbey was founded in 1246 in Gloucestershire by the Earl of Cornwall in thanks for surviving a shipwreck.d and worth it for the magnificent views.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is an ideal day out for the family, with lots to do for young and old alike.

St Peter’s Church is one of the most significant and beautiful historic buildings in Winchcombe.

Restaurant 5 North Street is a small family run Michelin starred restaurant set in the ancient Cotswold town of Winchcombe.

Food Fanatics is a delicatessen and coffee shop located in the heart of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire and has been providing high quality food and drink with.

Cotswold Farm Park a wonderful family day out with lots of opportunities for children to interact with the animals.

Wesley House, Restaurant, Bar and Grill. An AA ** rosette Restaurant, Bar & Grill and Accommodation with a reputation for excellent food, elegant surroundings and exemplary service.

Winchcombe is widely known as the walking capital of the Cotswolds and is a member of the national “Walkers are Welcome” network. The “Winchcombe Welcomes Walkers” organisation runs an annual walking festival and provides a wide range of information, routes etc.

The Winchcombe Way is a new 42-mile figure-of-eight trail centred on Winchcombe. The way marked trail is designed to show walkers the hidden gems of the northern Cotswolds. www.winchcombewelcomeswalkers.com.

Winchcombe provides an excellent centre for cycling within the hills and valleys of the North Cotswolds, with its picturesque villages, blossom trails and meandering lanes to the gentler landscape of the Vale of Evesham.


Something for everyone
Winchcombe provides challenging routes for road and mountain bikers alike, as well as easier rides for families, or those who seek quieter lanes and a day out in the country.