Tom Jollys

Eastleach, Gloucestershire

Tom Jollys

Eastleach, Gloucestershire




5 miles

If you don’t feel like making your own breakfast, then Lynwoods Café oozes charm, has great coffee, and you will have an inspired foodie start to the day. Just over the road is Cotswold Farm store, an award winning butcher and deli. Next door is Cotswold Cheese which has some great wine to accompany their delicious cheese. The town’s High street has some buildings dating back to the 1480s. They are not of one style, but have evolved piecemeal over time. It is worthwhile walking down the High Street and also the side streets near the church at the bottom of the hill.


5 miles

Famous for the strip of cottages known as Arlington Row, Bibury is a must-see on a visit to the Cotswolds. This is Cotswolds perfection on our door step!


11 miles

A small, idyllic town centre with lots of boutiques, antique shops, and cafes, and a door! Not just any door - the gateway to the elf world! Apparently the door on the rear of St Edward’s Church was the inspiration for the Doors of Durin in The Lord of the Rings.


10 miles

The River Windrush runs through Bourton-on-the-Water and a series of small bridges connect the town on either side of it. One of the most picturesque towns, but it can get a bit touristy.


15 miles

If you want to avoid the crowds of Cheltenham and Oxford, then you can do so in Cirencester, by enjoying the ornate 15th- and 16th-century streets, lined with Palladian mansions, old wool merchants’ homes and coaching inns. Head for Market Place and Black Jack Street. The best coffee in town is served up at Keiths Coffee shop. The smell of freshly ground coffee may well draw you in. Our favourite place to eat is “Made by Bob” in Market Place. Make sure you book a table in advance.


21 miles

Full of beautiful Regency and Georgian houses. Head to Montpellier for boutique shops. However, most people think of Cheltenham for it’s festivals. Whether this is the world famous Horse Festival featuring The Gold Cup; the JazzFestival; the Literary Festival; Music Festival. Apparently there are 25 festivals in the town each year.


24 miles

If you have not spent a day being a tourist in Oxford, then you have a treat awaiting you. With world famous buildings and university including Christchurch, the iconic Bodleian Library; All Souls College; The Ashmoleum Museum; punting on the river Cherwell; historic pubs. To quote Yeates “I wonder [how] anybody does anything at Oxford but dream and remember, the place is so beautiful. One almost expects the people to sing instead of speaking. It is all - the colleges I mean - like an opera.”

If the above list is not enough, or if you need any help at all, then just ask. We are more than happy to help.

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There are plenty of locations . . .


There are lots of things to do and places to see, within easy reach. We have put together a selection of these below.


We are spoilt for choice, with lots of fantastic pubs close by. Whether it's gastro food or great beer; great atmosphere or stunning buildings, there’s plenty of choice. If eating, then it is advisable to reserve a table.

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