Things To Do

Things To Do

Things To Do

All the magical things to do, see and experience at Rewild Things and around Gloucestershire

Beyond the walks on the estate (you will find more information on that in your welcome pack when you stay) here's some stuff to book now.

Rewild Swim Club - Elmore Court Estate
Rewildswim Club is located at Madam’s Pond on the Elmore Court Estate. It is open for a limited time each year and needs to be booked in advance.

Foraging with Rob Gould
For those of you who have a keen interest in what’s growing all around, book Rob and he will take you around the Estate on a wild picking spree.

Gourmet Gatherings
Meet Chloe Newcomb Hodgetts who loves to forage for wild food. She’s a dedicated teacher and loves to turn her discoveries into feasts.

Ed Drewitt
Ed is a cheerful chap who loves to send people on wildlife safaris, hunting for native plant life, butterflies and birdsong.

Cotswolds Spa
Our dearest friend Guillia has a wonderful selection of amazing therapists on hand to tend to your spa needs.

Wholly Gelato
Along the main road of Elmore is an award winning dairy farm and brilliant Ice Cream maker, Wholly Gelato. Home to the best Italian style ice-cream in Gloucestershire, using pasteurised milk from the farm. Milkshakes and milk vending also available. We use it here on the Estate.

Mindful Photography
Sandra Harper is accredited mindful practitioner and holds courses for a series of mindfulness connected activities. Spend a day with her in the moment, being present whilst photographing nature.
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Berkeley Castle
A jewel in the crown of British History. Berkeley Castle is a Cotswold visitor attraction in an ancient fortress built in the 12th century.

Slimbridge Wetland Centre
UK’s leading wetland attraction showcasing an impressive collection of birdlife and wildlife and activities.

Gloucester Cathedral & Cloisters
One of Britain’s greatest buidlings with over 1,300 years of faith and heritage and an example of the first and best fan vaulting in the world, known as Hogwarts to Harry Potter Fans. 

Nature in Art
The worlds first museum and gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature. Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth.

Museum of Gloucester
Family friendly Internationally important collection of treasures, artwork, roman ruins, dinosaurs and local history.

Museum in The Park
Stratford Park, Stroud - local history museum in a 17th century house and walled garden. 

Gatcombe Park
18th century countryside residence of Princess Anne with parts open to the public for events, horse trials and fairs.

Westonbirt Arboretum
Home to one of the most beautiful plant collections in the world. Also hosts events and live music concerts throughout the year.

Painswick Rococo Gardens
Home to UK’s only complete surviving rococo garden, hosting events, talks and shows. 

Cotswold Country Park and Beach
UK’s largest inland sandy beach, swimming lagoon and watersports. 

For those keen cooks, please see the list below for gathering fabulous local produce, by artisan food-makers.

Stroud Farmers Market (Saturday morning only)
Gloucester Food Dock – Gloucester Quays
Over Farm – Farm Shop - Gloucester
Farm Shop – Gloucester Services
Roots & Seeds - Cirencester Park

PUBS (a selection of our favourites)
The Woolpack Inn, Slad
The Red Lion, Arlingham
The Badger, Eastington
The Crown Inn, Minchinhampton 
The Bell at Sapperton

Gloucester Quays Outlet Shopping

Cheltenham City Centre
Packed with well-known global brands and independents as well as a fine selection of restaurants and cinema.

A vibrant market town, great for shopping independents and restaurants as well as the markets on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Home to King Charles III, Highgrove with a treasure trove of antique shops, cafes and independents.

Bristol (45 mins away)
A vibrant city, what we call “London’s little super cool dub sister” offering theatre, international dining, culture and a multitude of shopping.