Attractions In Cirencester And The Cotswolds
Located in the heart of Cirencester and on the fringes of the Cotswolds, The Bear Inn is an 18th century pub that offers the perfect spot to relax before or after a day of experiencing the world-class walking, cycling and dog-walking opportunities in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cirencester itself is full of quaint shops, quirky stores and cafes, while also being home to the fantastic Corinium Museum. The market town of Swindon is 30 minutes away.
The Cotswold Water Park, Cirencester Park and Cotswold Farm Park are all nearby, while the historic village of Lacock, Neolithic henge monument of Avebury and Georgian city of Bath are all within a 1 hour drive.
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