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 Cotswold Falconry Centre, Batsford Arboretum, 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

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    ... 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! ...


    A travel blog entry by jockmcconn on May 02, 2013

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    ... Tonight the plan is to meet Chip at 'The Bear' in York before having supper at Ioanna's. Her folks arrive tonight and tomorrow is the 'Big Day'!

    The meeting with Chip at 'The Bear' went off as planned. I walked into Oxford alone with Kary and Kathryn following by bus. I took a wrong turn and got there by a circuitous route, beaten by Chip. We settled down in the lovely old pub, reputedly Oxford's oldest, with a picture of Bill Clinton taken exactly ...

    Goodbye oxford, hello paris!

    A travel blog entry by bbethell on Sep 05, 2011

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    ... classes start in about a week so finally the students are starting to trickle in! Of course its right when we’re leaving so most of the locals we’ve met have not been Oxford students. I’m sad to see our time at Oxford come to a close, it has been a wonderful place to live these past 6 weeks. However, I am so thrilled and ready to begin traveling that I’m not too sad about leaving, I just know I’ll have to come back to visit ...

    At Oxford your best is NOT good enough...

    A travel blog entry by schaible on Sep 06, 2010

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... on metaphysics and poetry have been replaced with silent rooms with an occasional sweeping sound of the pages turning from Augustine's Confessions, C.S Lewis' The Weight of Glory, and The Complete Works of Descartes. The students have been warned that they will most certainly be required to read more here in three months than they would in an entire collegiate year back home. Needless to say, Burk has ...