The Masons Arms

28 High Street, Meysey Hampton, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 5JT, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on 28 High Street, Meysey Hampton, is near Bibury Trout Farm, St. Mary's Church, and Arlington Mill.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Meysey Hampton

    Day 8, in which I discuss Flapjacks and Fedoras

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... here is a very pretty cream colored limestone and most of the buildings in this area are made from the stone. At the very bottom of the Isle is a rocky beach and lighthouse, and this tip is called the Portland Bill. I wasn’t able to find out why it is called a bill, maybe it is the shape of the land, kinda like a duck’s bill.

    Leaving Portland, we continued west ...

    I am Pegasus, my name means horse.....

    A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 27, 2014

    24 photos

    ... was a house with a thatched roof and immaculately kept. We were in awe but as the lanes were so narrow we had difficulty stopping to take good photos. We were all reminded of the England we had seen on Escape to the Country. When we ended up at the end of a cul de sac in no mans land I decided it was time to learn how to use the waypoint setting on mum. I put in the nearest town to the chalk horse and we managed to wind our way along laneways until ...


    A travel blog entry by fixedwingatp on Apr 07, 2014

    2 photos

    ... faith in the reformation and covenanter periods and many protestants didn't want the church to forget that so they erected the Martyrs Monument near the city square in Oxford to remind people. From there we walked down to the University Church of Mary where the trials for Latimer, Cranmer, and Ridley were held. All three were convicted for their parts in the reformation movement. We walked past a large ...

    The Prep - Back to School

    A travel blog entry by mgr.2013 on Sep 27, 2013

    The sun is shining; the coffee has brewed and the Spanish language course book lies open on the kitchen table. I've covered the first few chapters ........ and can't remember a thing. I do declare, I have forgotten how to learn! But wait............. isn't that what we used to do at school?! How we mastered feigning interest in the lesson but ultimately ...

    The town of learning

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Aug 25, 2013

    6 photos

    ... a red rose picked on a summer's morn. We travelled through the little village of Woodstock which is known for glove making. We drove through the Cotswolds - Cot meaning small house and Wold meaning Hill. Very pretty country side. The dry stone walls of yellow Cotswold sandstone are a feature as are the hedgerows. Apparently these hedgerows are really ancient and can be dated by what grows in them. The oldest are at ...