Cotswolds, Cotswolds: Bibury

The scenery in the Cotswo area is always refreshing. Get up and experience the English countryside!

In 1966, Cotswold was listed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in England. It is also the largest AONB between England, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Cozwo | The most beautiful town in England, Bibury, on the water, Burton, like Little Venice

By Dan Chen, Serina Su

Cotswow is located in the south of England and mainly covers the administrative region of Gloucestershire.OxfordCounty (Oxfordshire), with an area of about 800 square miles.

There are many sayings about the name "Cotswolds". The most well-known explanation is that Cot refers to the sheep farm, and Wold refers to the hills. The combination is "the sheep farm on the hill." During the Middle Ages, the quality of the wool here was famous in Europe, and until now, many beautiful houses built during the flourishing period of the wool industry can still be seen.

▍ Burford: Enjoy beautiful scenery and enjoy treasure digging

The town is located at the gateway from the west to the Kozwo area, and its location makes it an important wool trading town. The street is steep and there are many parking spaces on both sides. From the high point of the slope, you can overlook the grassland. The scenery is beautiful, and the breeze is blowing slowly. Well, it's vacation style.

Walking down the main road, you will find a variety of shops, antiques, bamboo baskets, brushes and coffee shops. Each one is unique and suitable for treasure hunting. There is a church from the 15th century, which is the center of faith in the town. From the exterior, it is a typical Norman building. The church is free to visit.

▍Bybury Bibury: England's most beautiful town

Bibury is arguably the hottest in the Cotswo area, because it was once known as the most beautiful English town by the well-known British artist William Morris. The most famous building here is Arlington Row. Built in 1380, it used to be a wool store and a weaving hut after the 17th century. It is now a home and a bed and breakfast.

Not far from here is the Bibury Trout Farm,Open visitors to fish ponds, fishing, andFresh catches are sold. Next to the trout farm is the Swan Hotel, which was remodeled from a 17th-century coach station.

There was a previous news report about Bibury because Arlington townhouses were very eye-catching and attracted many tourists to come to take photos. Composition, so in2017At that time, the household’s car was deliberately destroyed.

The original owner is a grandfather, he can not afford to pay6Thousand pounds of repair costs. After the news came out, the outside world raised funds for him, provided repair costs, and some people initiated a yellow driving day to support the grandfather together.

 

Bourton on the water: Come and have a picnic in Little Venice!

The beautiful view of the bridge and the water makes Burton on the water known as the Venetian Cotswold. Many people have picnics, play with water, soak their feet in the river, and have a full sense of vacation. Here is a mini version of The Model Village on the water, which is a complete reproduction of the area's architecture. There is also a Cotswold Motoring Museum to visit.

▍ Castle Combe: Secrets of Cozwo

The town is located in the south of Cotswolds, close toBath(Bath), here you will see another look of townhouses. The honey-colored stone houses are neatly arranged on both sides of the road, which is more unique than the townhouses of Bibury. Many films come to Fort Combe for filming, the most well-known of which is "The Wolf Man". There are not as many tourists in Fort Kom (or Trans Qom) than in other small towns in Kozwo, but they have a sense of tranquility. If you have time, come here to enjoy the English country afternoon tea and infect that wonderful atmosphere!

The Cotswo area is very large, such as Stow-on-the-Wold and Broadway Tower are all beautiful. The Cotswold Lavender in summer is equally memorable. Leaving the city, take a slow walk to Kozwo! Experience the beauty of the English countryside.

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