Moreton In Marsh


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Tel code: 01608 | code search
Postcode: GL56 | code search
Population: 3400
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Folk Customs:
Cooper’s 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

Moreton In Marsh Events

January at Batsford
The Big Garden Birdwatch

February at Batsford
Snowdrop Week at Batsford
Valentines Day

Daffodil Week at Batsford
March at Batsford
Mothering Sunday
NGS Open Day at Batsford
Snowdrop Week at Batsford

April at Batsford
Big Batsford Chicken Hunt!
Dawn Chorus Wild Walk
Easter Weekend at Batsford
Flowering Cherries in Full Bloom!
World Tai Chi Day at Batsford

Davidia Delights at Batsford
Early and Late May Bank Holidays
May at Batsford

Father’s Day
June at Batsford

July at Batsford
Outdoor Shakespeare

August at Batsford
Big Batsford Bug Hunt

Big Batsford Bat Walk
Moreton Agricultural Show
September at Batsford

Autumn Colour Spectacular
Fungi Foray
October at Batsford

Autumn Colour Spectacular
November in Batsford

Boxing Day at Batsford
Christmas Period at Batsford
December in Batsford
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Manor House Hotel
"This is a lovely hotel in Moreton-in-Marsh. We tried their 2010 Christmas Special and enjoyed it very much. The hotel was warm and comfortable; the staff very attentive at all ..." More

Redesdale Arms
"Good Points: Value for money was excellent. The quality of the rooms were superb and the breakfast was very good. The staff were very friendly throughout the hotel. Bad Points: We ..." More

Redesdale Arms
"Good Points: Warm rooms on a very cold night - pleasant staff. We did not understand the Freeview box with the tv - someone came within minutes to set it ..." More

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a beautiful place but what a nightmare trying to find ...More

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The north Cotswold town of Moreton-in-Marsh stands on the Fosse Way (now the A429) at the head of the Evenlode Valley. Given by Edward the Confessor to his new Abbey of Westminster in 1068, the village (as was) remained small until the 13th century when the Abbot of Westminster sought to exploit the commercial advantages of the Fosse Way. The new town was started in 1222 and granted the right of a weekly market in 1228. The town was closely connected with the wool industry and linen weaving and became an important staging point for travellers using the Fosse Way and the London to Worcester road (A44) that crossed it at the town; at one time there were 18 public houses and hotels in Moreton, including the White Hart Inn where King Charles 1 is reputed to have stopped at on his way to Evesham during the Civil War. During the 18th century many houses were rebuilt or refaced in local stone especially along the High Street. Redesdale Hall built in 1887, possibly on the site of the old market hall, was given to the Rural District Council by Lord Dulverton in 1951. The oldest building in Moreton is the Curfew Tower built in stone with a gabled turret it was probably built in the 16th century, the clock dates from 1648 and the bell, which was rung daily until 1860 is dated 1633. Just outside the town is the former RAF station built in 1941 to train Bomber Crews, it now houses the Fire Service Collage, the largest fire training centre in Europe. With it`s broad, tree-lined High Street and mellow Cotswold stone buildings Moreton-in-Marsh presents a picturesque spectacle for the visitor to enjoy.


L R J Services Ltd
P & P Insurance Care
Tayabali Tomlin


Batsford Arboretum
Chastleton House
Cotswold Falconry
Mill Dene Garden
Wellington Aviation Museum


Fosseway Farm

Caravan Park

Cross Hands Inn Caravan Park
Lemington Lakes Caravan Park
Moreton In Marsh Caravan Club Site


Yoga - Geri Hunting




Grafton House Dental Practice


The Surgery
White House Surgery

Estate Agent

Bennett R A & Partners

Sheldon Bosley & Partners
Strutt & Parker


Moreton-in-Marsh Country Market
Moreton-in-Marsh Market

Pub and Bar

Bell Inn
Black Bear Inn
Fox Inn
Inn On The Marsh
Moretons Pub & Restaurant
Plough Inn


Fox Inn
Manor House Hotel
Moretons Pub & Restaurant
Plough Inn


Henry Paul Ashley Solicitor
Warrington & Co


Cotswold Taxis
ETC Chauffer Services


Flowers 'n' Things
Fosseway Garden Centre

Pet Necessities
The Pharmacy
Roundford Ltd
Astley House Fine Art
Grimes House
Roger Widdas
Benton Fine Arts
Moretons Pub & Restaurant
Timothys Tea Rooms
Copper Kettle Tearooms
Tilly's Tea House
J H Lewis
Sweet Thoughts
La Tradition French Bakery
The Cotswold Cheese Company
Marsh Flowers
Old Farm Shop
Daylesford Farm Shop
Batsford Garden Centre
Four Counties Garden Centre
The Corn Exchange
Cotswold Bookstore


Windsor House Antiques

Places to Stay near Moreton In Marsh

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Redesdale Arms (0.03 miles)

Redesdale Arms

Visit Moreton-in-Marsh and enter the world of the Redesdale Arms where traditional concepts meet contemporary style. Dating back to the 17th Century the Redesdale Arms is a haven for anyone looking for traditional delights fused with ... More | visit website

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White Hart Royal (0.03 miles)

White Hart Royal

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Now open following an extensive restoration and refurbishment the White Hart Royal Hotel, in the centre of the Cotswold town of Moreton in Marsh, offers 4 star comfort and luxury ... More | visit website

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Manor House Hotel (0.11 miles)

Manor House Hotel
This traditional 16th century Manor House Hotel is set in the heart of the Cotswolds and is surrounded by breathtaking scenery. A glance at the map will show what an ideal touring centre Moreton is ... More | visit website
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Ratty's Retreat (2.85 miles)

Ideally suited for just two people, the property is a charming barn conversion, built in beautiful Cotswold stone. It is on 2 floors, the upper galleried floor being reached via a spiral staircase. It sits ... More | visit website
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Lower Brook House (2.87 miles)

Lower Brook House

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In the heart of the idyllic Cotswold village of Blockley, this traditional 17th century house offers 5-star guest accommodation in 6 individually decorated rooms, each with their own unique charm. The traditional ... More

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Aston House (2.93 miles)

Aston House
We welcome guests, and children over 10 years, to our home set in a lovely garden in the beautiful, quiet village of Broadwell with its village green and ford, just 1.5 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and ... More | visit website
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The Crown Inn (2.95 miles)

The Crown Inn

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Welcome to The Crown Inn and Hotel, tucked away in a quiet Cotswold village, its mellow stone walls covered in Virginia creeper. We are a a 14th century coaching inn with ... More

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The Red Lion (3.57 miles)

The Red Lion
The Red Lion Inn is a traditional, Cotswold stone building quietly located on the edge of the village of Little Compton.
Set in a large mature garden, the building features exposed stone walls and beams, inglenook ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Guest House (3.89 miles)

Woodlands Guest House
Woodlands is a warm and welcoming guest house offering a high standard of a bed and breakfast accommodation near Stow-on-the-Wold in the heart of the Cotswolds. Woodlands is situated in the heart of the ... More | visit website
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The Limes (3.90 miles)

The Limes
The limes Bed and Breakfast is a long standing family business with over 30 years of serving visitors. the house is built in the Victorian style and situated 4 minutes walk from Stow-on-the-Wold’s market Square. Stow-on-the-Wold ... More | visit website

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