Alongside the River Coln lies the beautiful Cotswold village of Bibury, frequently described as "one of the most beautiful villages in England." Its archetypal ‘Shire-like’ quality attracts thousands of people every year to view the honey coloured houses and displays of blooming lavender and roses. Nowadays, many such Cotswold Cottages are now available on a self catering basis all year round.

Follow the river up Arlington Row which holds the history and heritage of Bibury as you wander past these old weavers cottages, home for the workers at Bibury's Arlington Mill. Each one has red roofs and a front of wonderful flowers. The Arlington Mill now houses a museum, illustrating the history of the Cotswolds and a collection of William Morris 'Arts and Crafts' memorabilia.

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Cart Shed offers guests true luxury and Cotswold country charm in a converted barn in Bibury. Rural views stretch for miles from the beautiful spacious garden, while the light-filled interior captures the essence of this charming location. Add a concierge service, log burner & Pippa Paton design.

Bull Pen is a luxurious Cotswold bolt hole in Bibury, which once belonged to Falcon the bull. It now houses lucky guests and their pets in a sophisticated rural cottage with honey-coloured Cotswold stone and traditional beams, as well as a log burner, gorgeous views and contemporary comforts.

Old Hay Barn promises luxury in an artisan industrial style cottage situated in charming Bibury. The luxurious converted Dutch barn boasts gorgeous pet-friendly gardens as well as unique décor, a wood burner, a games room and concierge service, plus bucolic views of the Cotswolds from its terrace.

Bibury is a wonderful base for exploring the Cotswolds, and is popular for a plethora of reasons that will become only too apparent when you visit! Just down the road is the city of Cirencester, a popular market town which blooms every Monday and Friday with fabulous farmers’ markets, selling all the local produce from the around the area. Visit the ostentatious church and have a stroll around Cirencester Park – a lovely example of a forest garden.