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Tour 2: Slaughters & Battles

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Bourton on the Water is the busiest honeypot in the Cotswolds and you cannot miss the very beautiful Slaughters (Slohtre = Muddy Place) before reaching Stow on the Wold where the last battle in the English civil war took place. We will then visit a rare gem, Chastleton House 1607, one of England’s finest and most complete Jacobean manor houses. After that onto the ‘loveliest village in the Cotswolds’ Chipping Campden – and to see where The Cotswold Olympics took place in 1612 – 1853!

We will then travel on to Broadway Tower, the folly built in 1793. As we go down Fish Hill there is a spectacular view of one of England’s showpiece villages – Broadway, the home of the famous Lygon Arms Hotel.  Finally on the journey home we could call at Snowshill Manor, a Tudor mansion house filled with Charles Paget-Wades eclectic collection.

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