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Description General Information:Hosting over 300 beds and select private rooms, the Broadway Hotel and Hostel provides comfortable accommodations to meet any travel budget. Warm color tones and an Asian-themed ac... more

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Description Formerly a 17th-century rectory, this wonderful, elegant hotel, set within 8 acres of secluded gardens and parkland, is ideally located for exploring the magnificent Cotswold countryside. more

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AdvantagesModern, new, good condition, large rooms, excellent conference organisation

DisadvantagesIt does not have the character of some Cotswolds properties.

...Last month I decided that it would be a good idea to take some training courses in order to demonstrate that I was being a good accountant and keeping up with my "Continuing Professional Development". Something we accountants have to do. A few hours later I was booked on a two and a half day residential course which was to be held in the Cotswold Water Park Hotel, part of the Four Pillars Hotel...

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AdvantagesVery accurate detailed books

DisadvantagesI don't have time to do them all

...usually a good option for a picnic walk with older children. Orange Walks: Tougher walks, they may be longer, or over far tougher terrain, or both ? definitely not for most Grannies. The mix of walks varies from area to area, generally within the books there is a good selection of all colour types of walks, the Lake District ones do seem to have quite a few more orange ones than this Cotswold...

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“Cotswold On The Cheap!”

published 27/06/2009

AdvantagesLoads of animals, cheap, they are involved in conservation projects

DisadvantagesDosg are not allowed in all section

...I recently had a week away in Gloucestershire with my best friend and our dogs. We stayed in a little cottage and planned to see as many attractions as we could in a week. While looking though a brochure of all the local attractions, I spotted one called Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens and was really pleased to see that we were allowed to take the dogs with us for a day out. History In...

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