Located in the North Cotswolds, The Seagrave Arms is the perfect base for exploring the region's many attractions and nearby towns and villages. Situated between Chipping Campden and Broadway, our charming 17th Century inn offers easy access to the picturesque landscapes and historic sites that define this quintessentially English area.   Here are just a few of our must-visit destinations in the Cotswolds. 

Chipping Campden 

6 Minute Drive (2.8 miles) 
Chipping Campden is a charming market town known for its well-preserved historical architecture. The town has a rich wool trade heritage, exemplified by the 17th-century Market Hall and medieval wool merchant houses. Celebrated for its arts and crafts movement, Chipping Campden features landmarks like the Court Barn Museum. 


8 Minute Drive (3.6 miles) 
Broadway is renowned for its beautiful High Street, lined with honey-coloured limestone buildings. This quintessential English village, with its historic charm and scenic beauty, is a beloved destination for visitors seeking the Cotswold experience. Explore the boutique shops and cafes or visit Broadway Tower, an iconic folly providing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. 

Stratford Upon Avon 

22 Minute Drive (11.5 miles) 
Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, is a historic market town in Warwickshire, England. Visitors can explore Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. The town's charming streets, thriving town centre and scenic River Avon make it a popular cultural destination. 

Cotswold Way Start/Finish 

6 Minute Drive (2.8 miles) 
The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile-long National Trail running through the Cotswolds, England. It offers stunning views of rolling hills, picturesque villages, and historic sites like Hailes Abbey and Sudeley Castle. Popular with hikers, the trail showcases the quintessential beauty of the English countryside. 

Hidcote Gardens 

7 Minute Drive (3.7 miles) 
Hidcote Gardens, located in Chipping Campden, is a renowned National Trust garden created by Lawrence Johnston. Famous for its Arts and Crafts design, the garden features a series of outdoor "rooms" with diverse plantings and stunning vistas. It's a must-visit for garden enthusiasts and nature lovers. 

Kiftsgate Court Gardens 

9 Minute Drive (3.9 miles) 
Kiftsgate Gardens is a renowned garden celebrated for its stunning terraces, vibrant plantings, and the famous Kiftsgate rose. Created and maintained by three generations of women, the gardens offer breath taking views, a variety of themed garden areas, and a serene water garden. 

Snowshill Manor 

15 Minute Drive (6.6 miles) 
Snowshill Manor and Gardens is a National Trust property known for its eclectic collections amassed by Charles Wade. The manor displays diverse artifacts from around the world, set in charming period rooms. Its picturesque gardens and unique interior make it a fascinating destination for visitors. 

Sezincote House 

16 Minute Drive (8.8 miles) 
Sezincote House is a unique 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace set amid beautiful gardens and parkland. Its distinctive architecture features a grand dome, minarets, and peacock-tail windows. The exotic landscape includes temples, grottoes, and waterfalls, making it a fascinating and picturesque destination. 

Sudeley Castle  

22 Minute Drive (12 miles) 
Sudeley Castle, located in the Cotswolds, is a historic fortress with royal connections, including Queen Katherine Parr. The castle features beautifully restored interiors, award-winning gardens, and fascinating exhibitions. Its rich history and scenic beauty make it a popular destination for visitors. 

Batsford Arboretum 

17 Minute Drive (9 miles) 
Batsford Arboretum is a 56-acre botanical garden famed for its diverse trees and shrubs. With stunning spring blossoms and autumn foliage, it’s a haven for nature lovers and ideal for peaceful walks. The garden centre offers a variety of plants, gardening supplies, and unique gifts to bring Batsford's beauty to your own garden. 

Cheltenham Racecourse 

30 Minute Drive (16.8 miles) 
Cheltenham Racecourse, located in Gloucestershire, England, is a premier venue for National Hunt racing. It hosts the annual Cheltenham Festival, including the prestigious Cheltenham Gold Cup. Known for its vibrant atmosphere and stunning setting in the Cotswold Hills, it is a key destination for horse racing enthusiasts. 

Bourton on the Water 

25 Minute Drive (15.6miles) 
Bourton-on-the-Water, often called the "Venice of the Cotswolds," is a picturesque village known for its charming low bridges over the River Windrush. Popular attractions include the Model Village, Birdland Park, and the Cotswold Motoring Museum. Its idyllic scenery makes it a favourite among visitors. 

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