One reason amongst many to stay at The Fish are the new tree houses designed and built by Blue Forest. The treehouses opened in May 2018 with space for up to four guests, ideal for families or friends looking to share. These spectacular arboreal retreats, feature interiors by designer Hannah Lohan, embody all the pleasures of childhood adventures with a handful of grown-up perks including spacious treetop decks, sumptuous wooden outdoor baths – perfect for star gazing, an en-suite interior bathroom, underfloor heating and cosy furnishings.
The good thing about The Fish is it doesn’t take itself too seriously. Quite the opposite, they encourage fun and silliness with a host of wacky activities to choose from. You can spend the day on a segway safari exploring the beautiful parkland estate looking for the wild Red Deer that roam free, or increase the speed (and thrill) with quad bikes! If you’re into archery, shooting, cycling – pretty much any activity worth its salt in excitement, The Fish has got it covered. It’s that kind of place where you can let your hair down and put your feet up. In fact, be warned – the hotel’s cosy Scandi-setting will probably make you abandon your adrenaline fix and entice you to retire around the 360° open log fire, accompanied by soft jazz and a strong drink!
If you’re the type of traveller who refuses to stay still, the charming village of Broadway is a little less than 30-minutes walk and is considered to be the gateway to the northern Cotswolds. The Fish provides the perfect base to explore the Cotswolds, and whilst it may feel far from civilisation, the market towns of Chipping Campden and Stow-on-the-Wold are all within close proximity. Slightly further afield, but just as easily accessible, are the historic towns of Cheltenham, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford, which are only a short drive away.