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

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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 Closer look at all those Colleges

A travel blog entry by lrandal on May 31, 2013

... s the get-up they have to wear to finals. Some had pink carnations pinned to their lapels, which meant they'd just taken their last final. The women wore black skirts of varying lengths (mostly short) and black nylons. Shoe styles all over the map.

The tour guide was so full of information that we had to go home and lie down. Then we walked determinedly in the wrong direction toward a recommended pub for dinner, only to be straightened out ...

Leaving Home, Creamfields and my Bon Voyage!

A travel blog entry by aharbottle1 on Sep 04, 2011

... was a good idea to pick the midget (who was stood a few feet infront of us, up... pass him to richardm then pat him on the head... he was an angry elf. Saw a few dj's that day, judge jules, eddie halliwell, ferry corsten and the chemical brothers. Oh and after chemical brothers finished, looked to my side, who had I been raving next too? only the infamous Joey Barton, who had just signed for QPR.

Sunday, was a 'hair of the dog' day, beer in morning to cure ...


A travel blog entry by schaible on Sep 03, 2010

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... ride and we found ourselves in Oxford town centre with 80 pounds on our backs searching for a hostel; with an unfortunate check-in time of 13:30, so with 4 hours to kill we wandered wearily, fighting sleep and monsterously heavy bags. Thankfully, despite the British affinity for tea there is no shortage of coffee shops in Oxford and we easily found Cafe Pret where we could sit and caffinate ourselves.
The hostel was quite lovely, full of ...