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History of Tetbury The first written record of Tetbury occurs in 681 AD, when Ethelred of Mercia gave 15 acres of land near ‘Tette’s monastery’ to the abbey of Malmesbury. Who Tette was we do not know for certain, but we do know that a woman of that name was abbess of a monastic settlement at...
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Malmesbury- An Introduction Atop a perfect flat hill encircled by the River Avon at the southern entrance to the Cotswolds, sits Malmesbury, said to be the oldest continually inhabited town in England. Malmesbury is rightly called the “Queen of Hilltop Towns” being England’s oldest borough with a rich history over 1000 years. Officially Malmesbury can...
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 What to expect on our Private Cotswolds Tours Our driver-guide will pick up your group (up to 7 people) at 10am from your location of choice in the Cotswolds. We use a luxury Japanese MPV which is very comfortable and its height gives great views over the surrounding countryside. We then drive leisurely through stunning...
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Snowshill in the Cotswolds
Information about Snowshill Pronounced Snowshill by the locals, Snowshill is a charming little village hidden away in the hillside below Oates Hill along the Cotswold escarpment near to the villages of Broadway, Buckland and Laverton. A small village green and 19th century cotswold stone church face a wonderful village pub, the Snowshill Arms, all surrounded...
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Bourton-on-the-Water in the Cotswolds
A short history of Bourton-on-the-Water Affectionately known as the Venice of the Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the-Water is probably the most touristed village in the whole of the Cotswolds area. The River Windrush runs through the centre of town spanned by a series of pretty bridges dating back as far as 1654. Bourton-on-the-Water has an undeniable charm despite the...
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Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill The Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill near Broadway is one of the highlights of the Cotswolds calendar. Usually in bloom from June to July the purple lavender fields really are a sight to behold. Cotswold Lavender has been growing lavender since 2000 and now have over 250000 individual plants planted in symmetrical...
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