Bibury in the Cotswolds

Bibury is about as typical a Cotswold village as you could wish to find. The at times narrow main road winds through streets of Cotswold stone lined buildings down to the River Coln, over a small river bridge and out towards Burford.

Bibury - A charming Cotswold village
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The village of Bibury is a very popular visitor attraction and is on the list of "must see" places for visitors to the Cotswolds.

A typical Bibury view  

Bibury is home to the famous Arlington Row, 17th century weavers cottages. The cottages are the subject of many a photographer's photo album and the Bibury Trout Farm and the Church of St Mary are other popular attractions.

The Swan Hotel stands proud, overlooking the River Coln and its Monet style foot bridge.

The village of Bibury is only a few miles from Cirencester, one of the most important Roman settlements, and holder of the title "The Capital of the Cotswolds".
In the other direction, Burford is a popular tourist stop off and only a few miles from the Oxfordshire town of Witney and the famous university city of Oxford.

For more information about Bibury, including Bibury accommodation, please visit the Bibury web site, and for Cotswolds information visit the Cotswolds web site