Still in the Cotswolds just driving around.
Built in 1853 it became a school in 1928.
By Brook also known as Bybrook River Is 12 mile long tributary of the Bristol Avon.
While driving around by myself, I stumbled into an absolutely stunning little village. The village boast 91 Listed buildings with several valued in the millions of pounds.
Elm Lodge, The Green is a 5 bedroom freehold detached house – it is ranked as the 2nd most expensive property in the village, with a valuation of £2,439,000.
The pub is a Grade II listed building dating from the 1700s
A grade II listed building dated 1730.
The Close, The Green, Biddestone, Chippenham, Wiltshire, England UK
A Grade II Listed Building dating from the 1700s and largely reconstructed in 1924.
Elm Farm House, The Green, Biddestone, Chippenham, Wiltshire, England UK
A Grade II listed building – Farmhouse, now two houses, late C17 and early C18, much rebuilt c1975.
Church. c880 AD, possibly then cathedral, reputed to be on site of a Roman temple, and incorporating much Roman masonry and brickwork. C11, C12, C16, altered 1829-30,1875-6 and 1888-9, restored 1904-5.
The carving of the name is still visible in the stonework
The Little House
Both are Grade II Listed Buildings
Grade II Listed Building from late 17th / early 18th century.
A Grade II Listed Building early 18th century
A Grade II Listed Building early 18th century that was a malthouse in the 19th century
While in the magnificent Cotswolds, I paid a visit to the old Roman town of Cirencester.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is a noted interior designer and British TV personality
The church is a Grade I Listed Building and originates from the 12th century
Just one of many, many pubs that has closed since COVID!
This has been a pub since at least the 1850s and has stories of haunting.
Built in the early 2nd Century, was one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain.
From London we headed to The Cotswolds where we spend a few days.
Built in 1655 and is a Grade 1 Listed Building.
16th-century manor house, built for a gentleman farmer, became a hotel in the 1970s.
Now Tetbury Council Offices and Police Museum – built 1884-1885
Sadly this pub is now permanently closed.