10 May 2012

{Undeniably beautiful and quintessentially English}

I can't imagine a place more perfect to base yourself while exploring the idyllic Cotswolds than Temple Guiting Manor.  This late Tudor house is "rich in history, with mentions as far back as the Doomsday Book and retains a host of medieval features - exposed beams, arched, leaded windows, secret staircases and original Tudor timbered doors".

     And beyond the Manor's perfectly pretty English garden lies the "glorious honey-coloured villages" of the Cotswolds, "riddled with beautiful old mansions, thatched cottages, atmospheric churches and rickety almshouses, that ooze old-world English charm". 


{P.S: For rent the house visit Abercrombie & Kent Villas homepage}

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