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Described by William Morris as ‘the most beautiful village in England’. The 14th century weaver’s cottages on Arlington Row, are one of the most photographed streets in the Cotswolds.
Believed to be the most beautiful place in England and also has Britain’s oldest and most well-preserved trout farm. The Bibury Trout Farm gives you a chance to catch your own dinner, with BBQ facilities and a shop filled with wines and deli products so you can rustle up a feast. A wonderful treat…
Bibury is a charming, typical Cotswold village spanning both banks of the River Coln, a tributary of the Thames. Known for its honey-coloured seventeenth century stone cottages, it has been described as 'one of the world's most picturesque villages', and was once described by William Morris as 'the…