Cotswolds Water Park Holidays Cottages & Lakeside Holiday Cottages

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
    • PetsNo

    Possibly the finest of cottages we have in our collection at the Cotswold Water Park. Beautifully furnished to a very high standard, An absolute gem - don't forget there's a pool and tennis court... (Ref. 988807)

    7 nights from £545

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
    • PetsNo

    Set over looking the lake, Pennyroyal is an excellent family choice. Beautiful inside, pools and spa within a short walk. Pub nearby too! Heavenly for all the family. (Ref. 988831)

    7 nights from £840

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    Kingfishers Cottage is an excellent family cottage with membership to the ArtSpa - superb option for family or friends! (Ref. 988825)

    7 nights from £639

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    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms4
    • PetsYes

    Puffin House is superb, detached house overlooking Clearwater Lake. 4 bedrooms and perfect for up to 7 people. Access to the ArtSpa (gym and large contemporary pool) included. Great for families (Ref. 988601)

    7 nights from £1035

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    • Sleeps10
    • Bedrooms5
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    The Skydeck is one of THE best property's in Howell's Mere. A simply wonderful detached house with amazing views and, of course, a brilliant top deck! (Ref. 988669)

    7 nights from £1310

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    Jackdaws, a fabulous cottage overlooking a lovely lagoon. Spacious accommodation with private deck plus access to superb facilities such as swimming pool and tennis court. Excellent Cotswold... (Ref. 988781)

    7 nights from £640

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    • Sleeps10
    • Bedrooms5
    • PetsYes

    Large Home overlooking water! Sleeps 10, spacious and very attractive. Great location plus pool and tennis court nearby. Pub about 15 mins walk away too. (Ref. 988701)

    7 nights from £1335

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
    • PetsYes

    Attractive 3 bedroom south facing house overlooking the lake. Open-plan living, spectacular views, three pools around the corner and village pub about 15mins walk - what more could you want?! (Ref. 988818)

    Last booked within the last 2 days

    7 nights from £970

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    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms4
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    8 Howells Mere is out of this world! A Cotswold gem in a lakeside position that has, literally, everything you could want for an enjoyable holiday, including an indoor pool. (Ref. 988759)

    7 nights from £885

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    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    Stunning three bedroom property in the heart of the Lower Mill Estate. With access to the fabulous ArtSpa with indoor & outdoor pools! Excellent family choice (Ref. 988848)

    7 nights from £740

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More than 40 square miles of 150 lakes and a great number of different providers of leisure activities throughout the area, you will not run out of things to do any time soon. Nowhere in the Cotswolds do you get as many outdoor activities and adventurous activities as within the Cotswold Water Park.

Cotswold Water Park is NOT what you might think! There are no water slides, log flumes or similar - it is, in fact, a collection of 150 lakes, making it one of the UK's largest Nature Reserves.

Its transformation into what it is today started only 50 years ago when gravel extraction commenced, leaving huge lakes behind which were ideal for a variety of uses including natural redevelopment and some water activities, such as fishing and sailing. It is a mostly peaceful environment.

The Water Park is the catchment area of the Upper Thames which, over millions of years, laid down vast deposits of sand and gravel as it eroded the Cotswolds.

A number of villages sit either in the designated 'Cotswold Water Park' or just outside it. While there is still some gravel extraction, today the area is best known as a Site of Specific Interest for its geology and for its various nature reserves which provide protected areas for endangered wildlife.