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Tel code: 01285 | code search
Postcode: GL54 | code search
Population: 690
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Folk Customs:
Cooperís Hill Cheese Rolling
Cotswold Olimpick Shin-Kicking
Cranham Feast
Gloucesters Royal Lamprey Pie Gift
Marshfield Mummers
Pig Face Day
Randwick Wap
St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
Tetbury Sack Race

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Seven Tuns
"Looked like a cosy pub for a rainy day and once inside the warmth of the staff confirmed this was a good place to be - even on a sunny ..." More

Seven Tuns
"A pub for a drink, not for food is my advice. Food poor. Only one veggie option, which was unimaginative. My partner had a meat dish - the meat cut ..." More

Hare & Hounds
"I have just had a meal at the above place and was not please with the service or the food the food was not very fresh and the steak was ..." More

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Chedworth - 7 miles north-east of Cirencester - is a large, straggling village strung out along the valley of a tributary of the River Coln and just off the Fosse Way, the old Roman Road from Cirencester to Lincoln (now the A429). Indeed, there is plenty of evidence of Roman activity in the area; about a mile to the north of the village, and set in the beautiful Chedworth Woods, is the site of a Roman Villa. Discovered in 1864 [although the Bath House was discovered in 1760] it is now owned and run (since 1924) by the National Trust; there is also the site of a Roman Temple a little way to the east of the Villa (although only just under a mile from the village by foot - both the Monarch`s Way & the Macmillan Way footpaths pass through the village - it is just over 4 miles by road). Chedworth was also sited along the 'Salt-Way' route from Droitwich to Lechlade. The parish church of St.Andrew is Norman but sections were re-built in the 15th/16th centuries in the Perpendicular style; the 'Old Post Office' dates from the 17th century and now serves as a holiday cottage and the Manor House near the church is 16th century in origin. The village had a brief flirtation with the railways, the station opened in 1892 and closed in 1861, and the former railway tunnel still runs under part of the village. There was an RAF wartime airfield to the north-west that was operational from 1942 and closed in 1946. Chedworth is a quiet, unspoilt village that has managed to mix the old with the new but still retain a tranquil atmosphere.


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Hare & Hounds (2.15 miles)

Hare & Hounds
Nestling in the Cotswold countryside and close to the historic Fosse Way , The Hare and Hounds Inn is perfectly situated for the many attractive towns and villages of Gloucestershire and beyond. Historic Cirencester is ... More | visit website
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Bathurst Arms Inn (3.13 miles)

Bathurst Arms Inn
Set in the picturesque village of North Cerney on the edge of the River Churn, the Bathurst Arms offers the intimacy of a traditional Inn , combined with the high standards of food, wine and ... More | visit website
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Colesbourne Inn (3.49 miles)

Colesbourne Inn

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This handsome tufa-type stone house is set in the heart of the Cotswolds within the Colesbourne Estate. Dating back to 1827 and having been sympathetically restored, the Inn is set in ... More


Puesdown Inn (3.59 miles)

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Wheatsheaf Inn (4.10 miles)

Wheatsheaf Inn

Featuring open fires and flag stone floors, this 17th century stone Cotswold coaching inn fuses rustic and contemporary styles.
Listed in 'The Good Pub Guide' and offering recently refurbished, individually styled en suite guest rooms; The ... More | visit website

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Barnsley House (4.57 miles)

Barnsley House
One of the most stylish country-house hotels, Gloucestershire's Barnsley House is an imposing grade II-listed manor-house within 11 acres of grounds, designed by former owner Rosemary Verey, legendary gardener, designer and writer. The owners have ... More | visit website
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Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel (4.73 miles)

Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel

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Opening August 2007 and located in a lakeside setting on the Cotswold Water Park near Cirencester, Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, will blend contemporary design with nature, capturing the ... More

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Swan Hotel (4.96 miles)

Swan Hotel
An atmosphere of warm, convivial hospitality was established at the Swan in the 1600s. Today, The Swan has lost none of its former charm. It's warm hospitality is evidenced by the English Tourism Council awarding ... More | visit website
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California Farm (5.14 miles)

California Farm

Situated in the Cotswolds and surrounded by absolutely stunning countryside, this family run farmhouse B&B accommodation is located one mile from the historic village of Charlton Kings. The traditional limestone built farmhouse commands marvellous, panoramic ... More | visit website

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Bibury Court Hotel (5.28 miles)

Bibury Court Hotel

Probably the best kept secret in the Cotswolds, Bibury Court Hotel offers the ultimate in peace, tranquility and comfort. Set in 6 acres and bounded by the River Coln, the Court is a beautiful ... More | visit website

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