The surrounding countryside provides loads of activities, with great walks, good cycling and many National Trust properties and gardens to visit. If that’s not enough you’ll find fishing, shooting, and golfing.
There is nothing like walking to get the feel of the local landscape. You can set off for your walk as soon as you step outside the door with many local footpaths in and around Pebworth, meeting ‘friendly residents’ en-route, crossing fields, passing through woods linking with many of the surrounding villages.
Walk the Cotswold Way, starting in Chipping Campden just 5 miles away, one of England’s finest long-distance trails or complete the Cotswold Way circular walk around Broadway Tower.
Whatever you choose, this is fine walking through quintessential English countryside.
With such an area of great history dating back hundreds of years there are many houses and gardens of national interest. Hidcote Manor Garden is one of the best known and most influential Arts and Crafts gardens in Britain, created by Lawrence Johnston. Equally stunning is the privately owned Kiftsgate Court Gardens, the creation of three generations of women gardeners, just a few hundred yards from Hidcote. Visit Coughton Court, seat of the Throckmorton family and discover their hand in the gun powder plot.
The magnificent Sezincote House and Garden is quite unique in every way and you will want to visit Batsford Arboretum, beautiful whatever the season.