Christmas in the Cotswolds 5 ways to enjoy Christmas in the Cotswolds

Bath Christmas Market

Often named one of the most popular Christmas markets in the UK, Bath Christmas Market sees the area between Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths transformed into a magical Christmas market. It is certainly one of the prettiest, arranged in front of the floodlit Abbey. More than 150 traditional beautifully decorated wooden chalets line the streets selling high quality artisan products. Everything from handmade Christmas gifts to decorations, food, toys and festive drinks.

Bourton on the Water

The famous Cotswolds village of Bourton on the Water positions its Christmas Tree in the River Windrush which winds its way through the village. The profusion of lights reflecting in the water create a magical scene.

Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt Arboretum

The Enchanted Christmas event at Westonbirt Arboretum brings the magnificent trees of the arboretum to life in a whole new way. The illuminated trail takes you through a mile of the arboretum creating a magical Christmasy scene.

Cirencester Christmas Market

In the lead up to Christmas there are lots of Christmas Events in Cirencester, including the popular Advent Festival, the light switch on, fireworks as well as as the annual Christmas Market - perfect for buying crafts and gifts.

Gloucester Cathedral

Every day between 11am and 4pm the choirs at Gloucester Cathedral will be singing carols from 12th - 19th December. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy Christmas season and enjoy carols in this magnificent setting.

Christmas in the Cotswolds

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