Famous for its honey-coloured limestone villages and its beautiful rural setting, the Cotswolds offers visitors so much to see and do.Galleries, horse racing, walks, places of interest, golf, cinemas, theatres, museums, shopping - so many places to visit - so many events to attend!
Plenty of festival clues on trials day at Cheltenham tomorrow... Hunt Ball’s credentials will be tested tomorrow by 2010 Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Imperial Commander, trained locally by Nigel Twiston-Davies and having his first start since March, 2011
This week saw Nigel Twiston-Davies luxury Cotswold’s accommodation Riverview cottage and Riverside cottage reach their final stage of completion. Just in time to host guests for the Cheltenham Festival 2013 taking place from 12 - 16 March at the Cheltenham Race Course.
What better way to embrace and experience the exciting run up from a trainers point of view of the Cheltenham Festival than staying at Grange Hill Farm’s Mucky Cottages owned by famous racehorse trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies