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Cotswold Farm Park

Address

Guiting Power
Nr. Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL54 5UG

Contact Details

Tel: 01451 850307
Cotswold Farm Park is part of the 650 hectare Bemborough Farm, high on the Cotswold Hills, now farmed by Adam Henson and partner Duncan Andrews.

The farming calendar is marked by seasonal events which you have the opportunity to experience first-hand. Our Demonstration Barn will be playing host to various demonstrations through the season including lambing, shearing and milking.
17 March to 29 April Lambing
5 May to end of Season Milking
12 May to 1 July Shearing
7 July to end of Season Sheep History Pyramid Show For further information visit: www.CotswoldFarmPark.co.uk

Directions

From Stow on the Wold – Take the B4077 Tewkesbury road for five miles. Turn left at the Farm Park sign on the crossroads with the Broadway to Bourton on the Water road. The Cotswold Farm Park can be found on your right in 1¼ miles.

From Bourton on the Water – take the Naunton road off the A429. Continue straight-over crossroads, following signs to the Farm Park on the left hand side.

From Tewkesbury and M5 junction 9 - Take the B4077 Stow on the Wold road, through Ford and turn right at the Farm Park sign on the crossroads with the Broadway to Bourton on the Water road. The Cotswold Farm Park will be on your right in 1¼ miles.

From Cheltenham – Take the A40 Oxford road, turning left onto the A436 for Stow on the Wold at Andoversford. After approximately 5 miles turn left onto the B4068 and four miles later, left again at the crossroads with the Bourton on the Water, Broadway road, following signs to the Farm Park on the left hand side.

Please be aware that satellite navigation systems will direct you into the village of Kineton and potentially through a deep ford! Please follow the brown and white tourist information signs.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

We regret that the Cotswold Farm Park is not accessible by public transport.

Opening details

Season DatesOpening Hours
NotesOpen daily from 17 March to 4 November 2012, 10.30 am to 5 pm