Step back in time at the Cotswolds, a large area covering 5 counties that showcases rolling countryside, honey-coloured stone buildings, and quaint villages. This part of England is best explored by car. I did a day trip covering a number of small towns, which are a short drive away.
From Bibury to Burford : 10 miles
Burford offers free parking just off Church Lane, a short walk from High Street. Just across the river from the parking lot is St. John the Baptist, which includes a mix of different periods' styles from the Normans to Gothic. Next door are the Warwick almshouses.
The medieval town's High Street is no longer lined with inns but is now a shopping district. It slopes downwards, offering interesting vistas of this charming town from either end.
The Mermaid is an 18th century traditional pub.
Cotswolds Photo Gallery Main
Wallpaper is derived from the Bank of England's website