Cotswolds AONB

Local History...

A number of outstanding Iron-Age hill forts are to be found on Bredon Hill, the best example is at Parson's Folly on the summit, with another as you walk upward towards the summit from Conderton

If you like your history then there are plenty of nearby historic places to visit, below is just a sample to wet your appetite...

Sunset scenery
Belas Knap

Well worth the visit! If you can manage the walk there's a Neolithic long barrow, 2 miles south west of Winchcombe

Clothing line pegs
Bredon Barn

Bredon barn was built around 1350 at the time of Black Death. Half the population of Bredon were killed by the plague...

Sudeley Castle and Gardens

Beautifully situated building dating from 15th Century - approx. 1km south east of Winchcombe

Croome Park

Croome Court is a mid 18th century neo-Palladian mansion surrounded by extensive landscaped parkland at Croome D'Abitot

Pershore Abbey

Pershore Abbey, at Pershore in Worcestershire, was an Anglo-Saxon abbey and is now an Anglican parish church, the Church of the Holy Cross.

Tewkesbury Abbey
Tewkesbury Abbey

The Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin is the second largest parish church in the country and a former Benedictine monastery.

Guest Quote...

"What a good choice we made in selecting your farm cottage. Lovely views to wake up to. It is so quiet and peaceful here and we have found it so relaxing. As National Trust members, we have visited Croome, Hanbury Hall and Brokhampton Estate to name but a few..."     Joyce and Geoff - Middlesex