Bibury Tourism, England
Bibury is a village which is made with stone and one of the villages are in the UK and the villages itself in flops by the River Coln. Bibury is located on the River Coln, about 6.6 miles northeast of Cirencester. The River Coln flows through this village and sandwiched between the main roads and is known as boggy expanse water meadow rack Isle. With the Arlington line and it made one of the most beautiful scenes found here in the Cotswold’s. Built in the year 1380 of local stone, the weavers have provided for greasing the fabric in the 17th century Arlington Mill, corn mill is now home of the people and the museum of agriculture. The Museum contains photographs, documents and working machine which offers an interesting insight into the mill and Victoria way of life of a bygone era. There is also a room dedicated to William Morris, teashop, a souvenir shop and a garden. Behind Arlington’s most appealing are the awkward hills, dotted with cottages built from traditional stone Cotswald. The village of Bibury by St Mary’s Church, Saxon Church built in the 8th century. And there is a stained glass in the 13th century.
The artist and craftsman William Morris of the most beautiful in the United Kingdom that makes the Bibury. The North wall of the chancel of the Church is home to a stained glass window designed in 1927 by Karl Parsons and appeared in the Christmas in 1992 issued by the Royal Mail. There are two hotels in Bibury, Bibury Court Hotel, located in an area of 8.5 hectares, acres of Tudor, with a major part stemming from 1633, while Swan Hotel, with beautiful wood uniqueness decorated lounge was originally a 17th century coaching inn with stabling and taproom. In the village, visitors should not miss the fish farm; here there are 10 million fish each year, which was built in 1902. Visitors can buy fish or can eat here and you can catch the fish yourself up as you like.