Thursday, 11 August 2016

Green Laning in the Cotswolds Part One

Chris had planed a day "green laning" in the Cotswolds a couple of hours away from where we lived, so I suggested finding a B&B at the start of the route to save the 2+ hour journey early in the morning. In fact the start of the route was outside the Neeld Arms and as they cater for guests we booked in for one night.

The route
The Neeld Arms Inn, Grittleton is a 17th century, stone country inn set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the ancient and unspoiled village of Grittleton.

Close by are the picturesque places of Chippenham, Chipping Sodbury and Malmesbury.  The County of Wiltshire is situated at the gateway to the West Country, much of the County is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Few Counties in England can equal Wiltshire's ancient monuments and burial grounds, a unique feature of its mystical landscape.

The quaint Inn

We had just arrived

An evening stroll before the sun set.

1 comment:

Christa said...

I think I have to give the link to your blog to a friend of mine. She would like your photos and the discriptions of towns, B&Bs and countryside too.

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