Why not explore the captivating Cotswold countryside while you're staying at Hatherley Manor Hotel & Spa. Below we have listed some of our favourite picks.
Hatherley Manor grounds
Hatherley Manor is set in over 30 acres of land and is the perfect place for a countryside stroll. You will find a flat walking route to the right of the hotel.
The Forest of Dean has stunning walking routes to places like Symonds Yat, picnic spots in Wenchford as well as family cycle routes through the national forest. Find out more here.
Chipping Campden marks the start of the Cotswold Way with the finish in Bath, covering 100 miles in total. Dust off the walking boots and pack some snacks and explore the wonders of the stunning Cotswold countryside without seeing a single person for hours.
The medieval town of Tewkesbury is just a short drive from Hatherley Manor and is the end point of the 88-mile The Shakespeare’s Avon Way, a challenging distance walk for the keenest of walkers. Find out more here.
A flat and relaxing cycle along the canal gives views over the river Severn and the historic Gloucester docks. Keen bird watchers will have the good chance to spot some of the birds from Slimbridge wetlands on the ride.
Both Westonbirt and Batsford arboretum provide a magical day out exploring trees from across the globe. Both arboretums are dog friendly and have toilet facilities.
The ideal spot for the serious walkers and those just wanting a gentle stroll in the countryside. Walks in the Malvern Hills go from tree lined ridge walks to calm walks along the river Severn. Find out more here.
Please note we are happy to store your bike at Hatherley Manor Hotel & Spa, however we do request you bring your own lock and key. Thank you.