The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel

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

    Cotswold Characters

    A travel blog entry by cduval on Jun 12, 2015

    17 photos

    ... ve now actually been to a WI meeting and really enjoyed it. ( OMG-- in one episode of Clatterford, Tip says to Sal, "My God, are we turning into THEM?"

    Yikes! I'd better be careful. Though my first and enduring reaction to the meeting was -- bright, cheerful, warm and life-affirming. Being one of THEM wouldn't be all that bad.

    Happily there was no further mention of church but the WI's Scuttlebrook Wake float was mentioned as soon I checked in with the welcoming ...


    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 11, 2015

    8 photos

    ... place. From Bibury we drove through Bourton on the water and on to Stow on the Wold. The area is lovely with beautiful views of the countryside We enjoyed the drive along the narrow lines, high hedges lined the road and the hedgerows were full of cow parsley and buttercups. After another great meal we enjoyed local cheeses with a slice of Mary's Bara Brith, we have really appreciated this generous hospitality but tomorrow we move ...

    A walk in the country

    A travel blog entry by annelouise52 on Oct 02, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... me and Sezincote. These trenches have a name but I can't recall what it is. They divide one property from another without the need for a fence which would otherwise mar the view. They are like an infinity pool but without the water. Fortunately someone had erected a narrow plank across the trench. After walking for an hour and crossing the plank with trepidation I arrived at Sezincote. Its influence on Brighton Pavillion is unmistakable. It follows the style of the ...


    A travel blog entry by pamhislop56 on May 11, 2014

    17 photos

    ... way at rear to church...with special access to school tower. V pretty and lovely to be out despite chilly breeze...good to be out walking briskly. Worried about mum....tried to call but no reception so sent Heath a message. Boys up but no Mother's Day greetings. Getting ready for Oxford...Anna wishing Kerry Happy M Day then wished me the same, helping boys to realise the day. Saw Jordie's dog Lumi on FaceTime...v cute and ...

    The Romans in England

    A travel blog entry by chertred on Jun 06, 2013

    9 photos

    ... br> High on our list of places to visit in the Cotswolds was the wonderfully named Upper and Lower Slaughter. You need to negotiate a pretty narrow little country lane to get there, but it's well worth it. The two towns are really one as they sit side by side with yet another lovely little river running through them.
    We had to make a u-turn in one of the Slaughters (can't remember whether it was Upper or Lower) which was a real production. No ...