search
top

Try to See the Beauty or Goodness in Everything – Bibury Mill

Tip 12 – Try to see the beauty or goodness in everything Take a short walk along the banks of the River Coln at Bibury Court Hotel and you will soon come to a gorgeous old stone bridge beside a weir where willow trees cast their shade over the shallow but crystal clear trout stream. Across the bridge is a jumble of honey coloured stone houses including an old water mill (not to be confused with the... read more

The Joy of Learning – Burford

Tip 91 – The joy of learning Burford is the quintessential Cotswold town that often comes out in surveys as being one of the desirable places to live in the UK. It has an idyllic setting with the town gently rising uphill from the banks of the River Windrush with lovely shops to explore and many hidden treasures to stumble upon. It was the wool of the Cotswolds that brought the town its medieval... read more

Always show appreciation – The Fox Inn at Little Barrington

Tip 31 – Always show appreciation The Fox Inn is a traditional 17th Century Cotswold Country Inn, with a real sense of atmosphere which makes it somewhere rather special – a hidden gem within a beautiful part of the Cotswolds. The Fox Inn is set in the beautiful village of Great Barrington just a few minutes away from Burford on the Oxfordshire – Gloucestershire border. The Fox Inn... read more

Real wealth and freedom comes only from within – Minster Lovell Hall

Tip 7 – Real Wealth and Freedom Comes Only From Within The ruins of Minster Lovell Hall rise majestically from beside the banks of the River Windrush like something from a gothic horror novel. The land here has belonged to the Lovell family since the 12th century. The vast hall, now sadly in ruins, dates from 1435 and was built by the seventh Lord Lovell, on the site of an earlier building. However it is... read more

Living in the moment – Kelmscott

Tip 61 – Living in the moment. Kelmscott is somewhere very special. So hidden away in the Cotswolds that few people ever visit the village it is totally unspoilt and a rural idyll. It’s full of ancient Cotswold stone walls and hidden corners where William Morris chose to live his life in the old Kelmscott Manor house. A few yards from the banks of the River Thames it boasts a true hidden gem of a... read more

top
stack KillerSEOSuperBlogs
Wordpress SEO Plugin by SEOPressor