The Cotswolds lie on a bedrock of Jurassic Limestone which provides the characteristic golden stone that is Cotswold Stone. It is the third largest protected landscape in the UK, and the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are many ancient trees in the Cotswolds, some of which date back to before the Roman times. In fact, 10% of the Cotswold area is woodland. You can discover woodland walks on the doorstep of your glamping tent, as well as walks through fields and quintessential Cotswold villages. In the safari tent there are several walking guides to discover the best walks that the Cotswolds and Stroud area can offer, many that end at a pub! The Cotswolds are also home to two world heritage sites, Blenheim Palace and the city of Bath. Cirencester is only 25 minutes away and is the ‘Capital of the Cotswolds’, here you can enjoy plenty of tiny cafes and restaurants, and the historic Abbey Grounds.