Day 1- Bath, Cheltenham and southern Cotswolds tour
About 110 miles this circular tour of the southern parts of the Cotswolds including
Bath and Cheltenham
- An early start is necessary to give you a few hours in Bath to see the Pump
Room, Roman Baths, Royal Crescent and some of the other fine Georgian architecture.
- North from Bath on A46 and A433 to Tetbury - 24 miles
- Market town known for its antiques and Royal connections - Prince Charles
lives nearby at Highgrove.
- North east on A433 to Cirencester - 11 miles
- In its day the second largest Roman city in Britain. See the Corinium Museum
to find out about Roman Britain
- NW on A417 to Cheltenham - 17 miles
- Wide streets and fine architecture. One of the most fashionable spa towns
in days gone by.
- W on A40 to Northleach then S on minor roads to Bibury - 20 miles
- A lot of the property is owned by the National Trust, a river thick with
trout flows through the village
- SW on B4425 to Cheltenham - 5 miles
- Just passing back through Cirencester
- S on A429 to Malmesbury - 12 miles
- Ancient borough with Cotswold stone cottages and a spectacular Market Cross
- To return to Bath A429 and A350 to Chippenham, the A4 west to Bath - 22