Cottages near Cirencester
Discover the Capital of the Cotswolds
Cirencester is a market town like no other. The famous Market Place is the heart of the town and is home to the Charter Market and Farmers Market. Next there is the Corn Hall, host of the Home Fashion and Garden Bazaar, an Antique and Collectables Market, the Original Craftsman’s Market and the Cotswold Craft Market. It doesn’t stop there, either. Down the picturesque streets and courtyards, you can also discover a variety of independent boutiques.
Cirencester has a rich history as an important Roman settlement, with the Corinium Museum home to many artefacts including a mosaic from a Roman villa in Somerford Keynes.
After you’ve explored the winding streets and ancient history of Cirencester, journey just outside to find the brilliant green space that is Cirencester Park, Earl Bathurst’s 3,000-acre estate, one of Britain’s best preserved 18th century landscapes. FInally, return to relax at your bolthole property. You’ve earned a rest!