Bibury: ‘The Most Beautiful Village in England’ (2023)

Bibury is an idyllic village in the Cotswolds (designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966) village with a fascinating history and a wonderful day trip destination, particularly because of its charming historic buildings such as Arlington Row of former Weavers’ Cottages.

In the town, visitors can admire some notable buildings such as Ablington Manor and the parish church of St Mary – a Grade I listed structure which has been in use for hundreds of years.

Bibury, The Cotswolds
Bibury, The Cotswolds

One of the most popular attractions in Bibury is taking a walk along the River Coln and its wetlands. Here, you can spot mallards, water voles and other wildlife species.

Bibury Trout Farm and tea shop are two popular attractions in the area, as are many scenic walks that take in both village and countryside scenery.

Need to use a public restroom in Bibury? Look no further than The Street’s toilets (postcode GL7 5NP)

These facilities are open from 8am to 8pm during the summer months and from 8am to 6pm in the winter, making them easy to access any time of year. Plus, they’re equipped with amenities for both disabled visitors and parents with infants.

From Heathrow Airport, Bibury takes about 2 hours to reach by car.

The Cotswolds is a region that’s famous for its tranquil countryside and charming villages, making it the perfect destination for those seeking peace and quiet.

Whether you’re looking to explore the scenic walking trails or simply relax in a quiet pub or cafe, the Cotswolds has something for everyone.

Enchantment Awaits
Enchantment Awaits

The Cotswolds region is home to many charming villages and towns, churches, historic landmarks, outdoor activities, in a beautiful part of England. After visiting the region many times, we created the website dedicated to helping others plan their own trips to the Cotswolds.

Here’s our pick of villages to visit in the Cotswolds; Bourton-on-the-WaterCirencesterCompton AbdaleCondicoteLower SlaughterMiserdenSomerford KeynesStroud, and Yanworth.


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