The Bell Inn

Address: High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL56 0AF, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, is near Batsford Arboretum, Cotswold Falconry Centre, Moreton in Marsh, and Chastleton House.
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    Travel Blogs from Moreton-in-Marsh

    Touring the Cotwolds with Genny from Tour Gems

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on Jun 18, 2014

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    We had our yummy full English Breakfast and met our tour guide Genny at 9:45 at the hotel. The manager of the hotel, Robert, was a very nice and friendly guy. The Redsdale Arms Hotel is a great establishment. We lucked out and we had the tour to ourselves. Genny usually takes up to 6 passengers, but had the day to ourselves. She is a lifetime resident of the Cotswolds except for a brief ...

    The Cotswolds

    A travel blog entry by silsby on Aug 06, 2013

    19 photos

    ... around the main street. The village is home to a very old hotel - the Lygon Arms - where both Oliver Cromwell and Charles I stayed.

    The afternoon was getting on, but we drove through the Slaughters (Upper and Lower). The name derives from an old English word meaning 'muddy place', but they are lovely villages these days. We also visited a lavender farm (and had tea and lavender shortbread). The lavender was being harvested, and the fragrance in the air was delightful! ...

    My own little Escape to the Country!

    A travel blog entry by sandraking on Jul 13, 2013

    5 comments

    ... centre of the town and some of the main features of the town are the little stone bridges that cross the river. Due to the warm weather, the crowds were out in force and many families were sitting alongside the little river, with some children having a play in it. The ice-cream sellers were doing a roaring trade! Luckily I managed to take quite a few pictures here.

    By our third stop, at Upper Slaughter, my camera started playing up ...

    Day Thirty-One - Oxford And J.R.R. Tolkien

    A travel blog entry by lolopdx on May 09, 2012

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... by some of the Old Masters. The museum is free to enter and consists of 4 floors. I perused all the floors quickly. I could have spent longer there had I had the time, but I had to be back at Blackwell's by 11:40 for my tour. The 'Inklings' tour consisted of me and an older lady from Boston. Our guide said there are normally more people on the tour, but he thought the cold rain today kept them away. Which was okay with me. I didn't mind getting wet and because there was ...

    Time for Catch Up!

    A travel blog entry by zimmel08 on Oct 27, 2010

    ... The sad thing is that she is leaving the day right before Thanksgiving, which means I will really be missing Thanksgiving. But luckily Dr. Franks has invited me over to this house for Thanksgiving because everyone else’s family is going to be here for Thanksgiving. But it will be great to have her hear and I am very excited to show her England and have her experience some of things that I have experienced! Now for this weekend, Bridget and I are off to explore ...