AboutWilliam Morris called Bibury "the most beautiful village in England" and it remains most attractive in its setting alongside the river. For this reason, Bibury walks are easy and stunningly picturesque. The 14th century Arlington Row provides the focal point. This was originally a wool store, then altered into weavers' cottages and is now restored by the National Trust. The low roofline and row of gables give it true Cotswold style.
Another attraction for tourism Bibury holds is Cotswolds Bibury trout which is high quality (clean water) and highly esteemed.
Parking & Transport
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Towns & Villages
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