The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel

Address: Ampney Crucis, Ampney Crucis, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 5RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ampney Crucis, Ampney Crucis, is near Corinium Museum, Cotswold Water Park, Brewery Arts Centre, and Rodmarton Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Ampney Crucis

    Cardiff

    A travel blog entry by kieranjg on Jul 12, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    We had a great time in Cardiff apart from the cricket. I got go to the Cardiff castle and see day 3 of the first test where 15 wickets fell in one day. I was hoping that day was to be remembered as the day of watto but as a lot of people say "Are we seriously relying on Shane Watson". Anyway Cardiff castle was brilliant and i got to model Steve smith. We go to Paris in a few days. So ...

    Good bye dear precious William

    A travel blog entry by richardandelly on Jul 03, 2015

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... The most kindest messages offering their deepest sympathies. Doesn't that just blow your mind? So I hope I've described the day to you. Again, we have some lovely photos. Jo even managed to get some in the church. We weren't sure about taking photos when this all started but now it just feels so right. All taken discreetly on smartphones but something we'll treasure forever. It's now past 3am so I must try to sleep. Today brings more farewells. Again, love to you all. ...

    Scones, Clotted Cream and Chocolate Box Villages

    A travel blog entry by dannib on Nov 02, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    The Cotswolds is quintessential Rural England. The Cotswold stone is yellow limestone that is used on 99% the buildings. This area is full of pretty little villages that are 4 or 5 miles apart. Yes, miles no kms in the UK. They all have a high street that is long with a few streets off it on either side. Small market towns. The tiny ones have a few houses, a church and a pub. The larger ones have small stores, usually high end clothing ...

    New view of rubbish and meltdown at day's end

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 18, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... night. By contrast the church at East Hendred is disappointing. Its closed and the feeling in the churchyard is very different. Perhaps it is the legacy of a gloomy entrance through an avenue of dense dark aged yew trees.

    I'm conscious as we head to our hotel that it is still 3 kms away and that Debby is by now quite tired. Despite my regular checking that she is managing, in the last half hour her responses are shorter and dismissive. By the time ...

    More Northern Cotswold Touring

    A travel blog entry by tandc2007 on Jul 07, 2013

    14 photos

    ... than for the fair – and it turns out to be a great decision. Seems that in the late 1800’s a grateful (and wealthy) benefactor left a wonderful collection of Civil War & Restoration art to the people of the town and it covers the walls of the hall. Our last stop on this tour of the north eastern side of the Cotswolds is Chastleton House - a Jacobean Manor, built in the 1600’s, that was lived in by the same, increasingly impoverished, family ...