Bringing your family to the Cotswolds for a holiday is one of the best decisions you will ever make. On top of some of the best attractions in the UK, we have every type of accommodation you could possibly want. Whether you need space for kids to run wild and free, or you want on-site entertainment for the tricky teenagers in your life - here, we have it all. 

Hoburne Cotswold

There’s so much to do at Hoburne Cotswold that you won’t know what to do first. They have four lakes on-park, so why not start by hiring one of their pedalos? Then let the kids meet Sammy the Seahorse and his friends in the children’s club. When you’re not busy exploring, take a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools – the kids will love the flume! The park also has a family-friendly nature trail that everyone will enjoy.

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park    

Immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the Cotswold hills, discovering wildlife and stunning views at the Cotswold Farm Park campsite. Choose from a simple pitch for your own tent or luxury festival-style glamping to sunset lodges set in their own field. Whatever accommodation you choose, you are guaranteed to spend time feeding the rare breed animals with Farm Park tickets included with every stay.

Bruern Cottages

Bruern’s grounds are a paradise for children; with an outdoor play cabin, wendy house, three playgrounds, toy cars and bikes for every child. For teens & older children, there’s a games room with pool, table tennis and table football.

These luxury self-catering cottages cater just as adequately for adults, with a gym, indoor swimming pool, and spa, which look out onto a separate Mediterranean-style garden and terrace, with space to sit under the portico. 


A charming English farmhouse, elegantly converted into a stylish hotel offering 35 beautifully and individually furnished bedrooms and suites, located in the main hotel and within cleverly converted barns and cottages. To top it off Calcot is not just ‘child friendly’ they are fully geared up for smaller guests. You can eat, swim, or explore the grounds as a family. It’s all there for you to enjoy together… including afternoon tea!


Simply perfect for families, Notgrove Holidays is set on the 1,500 acre Notgrove Estate in the heart of the Cotswolds. Meet the animals, explore the estate using the mapped out walks or cycle paths, hire electric quad bikes or bicycles, enjoy foraging, bushcraft or even a falconry handling experience. 

Log House Holidays

Complete with your own water’s edge hot tub and fire pit, Log House Holidays make family holidays truly special with all of their little luxuries, and because they’ve thought of all the little details, you can focus on having fun with the whole family and soaking up the spectacular views in the reserve.

Lucknam Park 

Lucknam Park is a luxury playground for families, set amidst 500 glorious acres of beautiful gardens and unspoilt parkland. Fun, friendly and full of entertainment, experience new activities in the Hideaway or ride into the Cotswolds countryside on wheels or horseback.

Heath Farm

Heath Farm Holiday Cottages really is the idyllic escape for all the family. With 70 acres of woodland, wildflower meadows and even a lake you can swim, row or fish in, there isn’t much more you could ask for.

Cotswold View 

Cotswold View Caravan and Camping Park lies in the midst of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds in an area of outstanding natural beauty over-looking the Evenlode Valley and Wychwood Forest. Set in 54 acres of rolling, wooded farmland, the spacious pitches offer the peace and tranquillity of the countryside and the perfect opportunity to let the kids run wild.

Cotswold View has broad grass walks and well-signed forest and farm trails around the park where you can see a variety of farm animals including horses, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, ducks and Shetland ponies. There are attractive playgrounds for the children including one for under-fives, and a tennis court, a skittle alley for hire and a disc golf course. They also offer a small, well-stocked shop and off-licence.





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