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Attractions near Jack's House

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Birdland (< 1 Mile)*
Birdland is set in woodland, river and gardens, this natural setting is inhabited by over 500 birds
Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection (< 1 Mile)*
The museum is bulging with great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking motorcycles, enamel signs and an intriguing collection of motoring curiosities!
Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate (5 Miles)*
Gloucestershire is well known for its fine Regency architecture and gracious spa towns, and Lodge Park was built in keeping with this affluent lifestyle.
Cotswold Farm Park (6 Miles)*
The Home of Rare Breed Conservation offers the chance to meet over 50 flocks and herds of British rare-breed farm animals.
Bourton House Garden (7 Miles)*
The Cotswolds' best kept secret! An award-winning three acre garden surrounding a fine 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn.
Chastleton House (7 Miles)*
Chastleton House is one of England's finest and most complete Jacobean houses. It is filled with a mixture of rare and everyday objects, furniture and textiles collected since its completion in 1612.
Cotswold Falconry Centre (8 Miles)*
Cotswold Falconry invites you to a spectacular demonstration with a large variety of birds of prey flying free. This gives a remarkable insight into the ancient art of falconry.
Chedworth Roman Villa (8 Miles)*
Access to main mosaics reopens fully Spring 2012! If you want to visit the National Trust's oldest stately home, the Chedworth Roman Villa is the site to visit!
Batsford Arboretum (8 Miles)*
The earliest verifiable recorded history of Batsford Park, of which the Batsford Arboretum forms the central part, dates back to the Freeman family who owned the estate in the early part of the 17th Century.
Snowshill Manor (9 Miles)*
Few places are more historic than the lovely Tudor buildings which make up Snowshill manor. Beautifully built in local Cotswold stone, the existing modest house was built between the 15th and 18th Century.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Jack's House
Lower Slaughter (< 1 Mile)*
Bourton-on-the-Water (< 1 Mile)*
Bourton-on-the-Water is one of the showpieces of the Cotswolds, its picturesque beauty and charm make it a favourite place for visitors. The sparkling clear water of the River Windrush flows through the main street.
Upper Slaughter (1 Mile)*
The village of Upper Slaughter lies two miles beyond the better-known Lower Slaughter, just off the A429 trunk road between Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the Wold. This area is, without any doubt, one of the most beautiful in England
Lower Oddington (4 Miles)*
Stow-on-the-Wold (4 Miles)*
Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest of the Cotswold towns, situated at the meeting place of eight roads. Stow was the most important market town in the north Cotswolds when the sale of the sheep and wool was at its height.
Idbury (5 Miles)*
Bourton-on-the-Hill (7 Miles)*
Bourton-on-the-Hill is a charming Cotswold village in a beautiful area of Gloucestershire. From its hillside location it overlooks the larger village of Moreton-in-Marsh on the famous Fosse-Way.
Burford (7 Miles)*
Burford is situated in north Oxfordshire, twenty miles north of Oxford, and is considered the southern gateway to the Cotswolds.
Moreton-in-Marsh (8 Miles)*
Moreton-in-Marsh, the lovely old market town in the north Cotswolds, grew up around the Fosse Way, the old Roman road which runs through the wide main street.
Bibury (9 Miles)*
Seven miles north-east of Cirencester, Bibury is on the southern edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding National Beauty.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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