The village of Crudwell lies along the A429 between Malmesbury and Cirencester. Parts of the church date back beyond Norman times and the village even has its own peerage, being the seat of the Wiltshire estate of Baron Lucas of Crudwell. This wonderful church is enough to warrant a stop by any traveller along this road. The Parish Church of All Saints contains a very rare Seven Sacrament window, considered one of the finest in England. The church has a rich history, it was connected with the great Benedictine Abbey of Malmesbury from the 7th century to the Reformation. Parts of the church were rebuilt by the Abbots of Malmesbury. Its wealth of architectural treasures includes some 16th century wood-carvings and bench ends celebrating Royal Tudor marriages. This Cotswold village boasts two greens and a wealth of history but it isn't falling behind the times. Visitors to the Wheatsheaf Inn can hook up to the free wi-fi internet on offer there. Crudwell is well served with pubs, hotels and restaurants. Perhaps the oldest dwellings is the the Rectory Hotel. The recently restored Georgian former rectory set in three acres of walled Victorian gardens is the jewel of this Wiltshire hamlet.
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Places to Stay near Crudwell
Best Western Mayfield House Hotel (0.18 miles)
The Horse And Groom Inn (2.41 miles)
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Old Bell Hotel & Restaurant (The) (3.54 miles)
The Great Tythe Barn (3.56 miles)
Folly Farm B & B (3.56 miles)
Kings Arms Hotel (3.64 miles)
Royal Oak Inn (3.69 miles)
Snooty Fox (3.78 miles)
This quintessential English inn in the heart of the market town of Tetbury offers a snug bar, inviting bistro and carefully refurbished bedrooms with en suite bathrooms.
Chipping 1 (3.85 miles)
The Ormond At Tetbury (3.91 miles)
The Ormond At Tetbury is at the heart of the beautiful Cotswold town of Tetbury and is perfectly situated for touring the local attractions. We ... More