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Calcot Manor, Tetbury GL8 8YJ, England. Pleasant Country Manor House, opened as Hotel in 1984, set in rural area. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Bibury Court HotelBibury Court Hotel, Bibury Court, Bibury GL7 5NT, England. Bibury Court, a beautiful Jacobean mansion situation on the outskirts of the village. The setting is of peace and tranquility. The hotel is run on country house lines, one of the main objectives being the provision of good food and wine in informal and comforabl surroundings. The hotel opens to non-residents from 10am onwards for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Our main goal is for guests to feel that they are staying in a country home rather than a hotel. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Tour The CotswoldsCotswolds Insight Compact Guide (Insight Compact Guides S.) This 80-page guidebook covers the Cotswold's highlights for the visitor, ranging from Roman Cirencester to the market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Key features: Top Ten Sights 8 itineraries for tours and excursions Leisure-time suggestions Practical information section, listing hotels, restaurants, essential contact addresses and numbers Dozens of top-notch full-colour photographs Detailed maps of main regions and towns.

Walks in the Cotswolds50 Walks in the Cotswolds (50 Walks In...) This guide offers over 50 walks around the Cotswolds, including Chippi ng Camden, Shipton on Stour, Chasleton House, Sherbourne and Wychwood Forest. A range of walks are featured to suit both the casual walker and the hiker, all between two and ten miles (3.2 to 16km) in length. Each walk takes a particular theme: wildlife, history, countryside, and following in the footsteps of the famous. A location map is included to indicate the starting point of each walk and the route to take, with clearly marked topographical features to guide you. Information on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips, safety guidelines and dog-friendliness is included, and details include refreshment panels highlighting tea-room and pubs.

Buildings of the CotswoldsBuildings of the Cotswolds (Building Heritage S.) Of all that England has to offer, the Cotswolds has some of the loveliest countryside and architecture. The key is limestone, the golden oolite of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire with the tawny brown of Warwickshire. Buildings of the Cotswolds covers over a 100 Cotswold villages and towns: colour and mono chrome photographs, specially taken for the book, highlight the fine detail of the buildings, the stone and its variations, the style of construction and local building specialities. Together with the vivid text they reveal features of manor houses, cottages, fine farm buildings with great tithe barns and churches, some dating from pre Norman times. This is a highly informative and entertaining book which delight all who love this beautiful region. Tour The Cotswolds.

Supernatural in GloucestershireThe Haunted Cotswolds: Tales of the Supernatural in Gloucestershire A collection of ghost stories by the Cotswold ghost hunter, Bob Meredith, who lists the supernatural events in town and village order throughout the Cotswolds.

Walking in the CotswoldsWalking in the Cotswolds: With Sue Gearing A new compilation of 20 circular walks through the picturesque villages and countryside of the Cotswolds. Walks designed with every type of rambler in mind - whether for a leisurely Sunday afternoon ramble or a walk designed for every day of a holiday. Sue Gearing's walks include points of local and historical interest, whether or not the route is dog friendly and even some great places to stop off for a bite to eat along the way. With easy to read maps, clear point-by-point descriptions and illustrated with beautiful photographs, this book makes an ideal companion or present. Tour The Cotswolds.

From the Cotswolds to the East EndPubs of the River Thames: From the Cotswolds to the East End From its source in sleepy Gloucestershire, the Thames runs nearly 180 miles, past the spires of Oxford, Royal Windsor and eventually on to the bustle of London. Thanks to its recently renovated towpath, the Thames has become the only major British river that can be walked from its source to its estuary, the Thames Barrier. The path is one of the busiest trails in the country. The pubs, all within a few hundred yards of the river, cover a wide range from Cotswold stone country inns and thatched riverside taverns to the traditional establishments in the City and East End of London. In addition to providing a lively social history of the river and its inns, Pubs of the River Thames is a practical guide for the day-tripper and tourist alike, offering tips and details on all the pubs featured, travel, opening hours, food and beer selections and other facilities. Tour The Cotswolds.

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