Retirement Homes in the Cotswolds

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Living in the Cotswolds

Packed with history and rich with natural beauty

Surrounded by beauty and engulfed in history, it's no wonder the Cotswolds is such a popular place to retire to. Our retirement properties in the Cotswolds leave you within touching distance of all the rolling hills, impressive palaces, historic castles and beautiful country houses, which means that regardless of whether you’d rather marvel at natural wonders or visit lively market towns, you can.

Lifestyle in the area

Lifestyle in the Cotswolds    

Attractions
Sudeley Castle , Cotswolds

Attractions

From towering cathedrals to curious museums, there's plenty of history and heritage to discover around the Cotswolds. For example, you can visit the tomb of Henry VIII's sixth wife at Sudeley Castle. Regular public events are held here throughout the year and even though the castle is a private residence, there are tours of specific areas available.

If you’re looking for an alternative, you can see the second-largest parish church in England at Tewkesbury Abbey, or explore the stately rooms of a Jacobean manor at the 17th century Chastleton House. In addition, you'll find Neolithic, Roman and Victorian artefacts at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester and a huge range of classic and vintage cars at the Cotswold Motoring Museum.

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