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Cold Aston is a small rural village situated between Cheltenham and Bourton-
The village of Cold Aston was mentioned in the Doomsday Book, when it was known as Enstone. It is set on a hill bordering the Fosse Way, the famous Roman road that runs from Exeter to the North West of England. The village was renamed Cold Aston in the mid 13th century, but changed its name again in 1535 to Aston Blank. This name never pleased the locals, but it took until 1972 for the name to be changed back to Cold Aston, although road signs still exist to Aston Blank!
All the delights of the Cotswolds are nearby, most within a 30 minute drive along
leafy lanes. Not to be missed are Bourton-
This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) has inspired many painters throughout
the centuries, and today the landscape is dotted with both well-
For the energetic there are numerous walks throughout the countryside -
Just a 10 minute drive from FIELDWAYS the Little Venice of the Cotswolds, Bouton-
It’s no wonder Bourton-
In early December the centre of the town is transformed into a Victorian Christmas shopping extravaganza to delight Christmas shoppers of all ages.
Just a 20 minute drive from FIELDWAYS, Stow is a small market town set on a rounded hilltop, with its origins dating back to the Iron Age. Its marketing traditions continue today, with a weekly farmer’s market in the town square, which is surrounded by traditional Cotswold buildings of mellow stone housing an eclectic shopping experience, most notably some of the best antique shops in the area.
The village of Broadway, 35 minutes from FIELDWAYS, is often referred to as The Jewel of the Cotswolds and The Show Village of England because of its sheer beauty and magnificence. The full extent of Broadway’s majesty is its wide high street lined with a delightful mix of Tudor, Stuart and Georgian buildings. Discover why it was the inspiration for a number of writers and artists including Henry James, J.M. Barrie, Vaughan Williams, Elgar, John Singer Sargent, and William Morris of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Enjoy the chance to experience a slower pace of life here, perhaps taking in a famous
art gallery, visiting the nearby world-
At 1024’ above sea level, from the top of Broadway Tower, one of England’s finest viewpoints, 13 English counties can be seen on a clear day.
Just a 15 minute drive from FIELDWAYS, Lower Slaughter is a visual delight. Honey-
Cheltenham Spa is England’s most complete Regency town. Most of the town centre
lies within a conservation area of outstanding national importance. Regency town
houses, characterised by intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco facades,
line the historic Promenade, the squares and terraces. With its award-
Cheltenham town centre is a 25 minute drive from FIELDWAYS, and Cheltenham Racecourse is less than 40 minutes away.