By Steve Monk-Chipman, January 31, 2017
Bibury, set in stunning countryside and considered to be England’s prettiest by both William Morris, founder of the Arts and Craft Movement, is best seen in the morning before the coaches arrive! Our guests are long gone before they (coaches) arrive and will be immersing themselves in the stunning Cotswolds towns and villages on roads where the dreaded tour bus can’t reach.
Acclaimed by the Huffington Post as “one of the most charming towns in Europe you’ll want to visit ASAP”, Bibury is a must stop on our tours as we travel from the North Cotswolds and into the flatter South Cotswolds on the way to Bath (Roman Baths and home to Jane Austen) , Stonehenge (and the arguably more impressive Avebury) and the National Trust owned Lacock.
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