The New Inn at Coln St Aldwyns is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, 9 miles from the Cotswold market town of Cirencester and 20 miles from the spa town of Cheltenham. There are many events in The Cotswolds taking place throughout the year such as Cheltenham National Hunt Racing week, Badminton Horse Trials, Blenheim Palace, Cheltenham Festivals, The Three Choirs Festival and Gifford’s Circus.

A selection of destinations and “things to do” in our area of the Cotswolds throughout the seasons:

9 miles from the traditional Cotswold market town of Cirencester.

20 miles from the capital of the Cotswolds, the spa town of Cheltenham.

The stunning and world renown Cotswold village of Bibury together with the picturesque Cotswold villages of The Slaughters, Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold.

Antiques in Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and Tetbury.

Beautiful Walks – Walking the Gloucestershire Way, it offers a 100 mile walk, mainly on footpaths and bridleways, through this most beautiful English of landscapes with the walker gaining a unique perspective on the Cotswolds. Pick up the Explorer Walks leaflet from Cirencester Tourist Office.

Daylesford Farm Shop – the renowned farm shop and spa.

Three local golf courses – the nearest, Naunton Downs is a beautiful 18 hole course set in the Cotswold Hills between Stow-on-the-Wold and Cheltenham. There is also Burford and Wychwood.

Cotswold Water Park.

New Brewery Arts in Cirencester – showcasing artists, craftmakers and with a glassmaking studio at work.

Corinium Museum in Cirencester.

Cirencester’s Roman amphitheatre – this large grassy bowl was built in the second century.

Cirencester Polo Club in Cirencester Park, welcomes the public to its sporting events.

Hook Norton Brewery – for the real ale enthusiasts.

Hire a bike for the day.

Cheltenham Racecourse is a great day out for all. There are three enclosures to choose from and from wherever you are guaranteed stunning views of all the racing.

Cirencester Park is in the grounds of the Bathurst Estate, owned by the Earl Bathurst. Free of charge for walking and horseriding. It’s a beautiful place to take a relaxing stroll, with stunning views over the town of Cirencester.