Bibury Holiday Cottages & Self Catering Accommodation

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  • 3 Painters Field

    Quenington, Near Cirencester, Gloucestershire
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    A lovely, recently built cottage in one of the Cotswolds most stunning villages. (Ref. 1022892)

    7 nights from £534

  • Calcot Peak Barn

    Bibury near Northleach, Gloucestershire
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    Calcot Peak Barn is a wonderful barn conversion for 4 set in very peaceful surroundings in glorious Cotswold countryside. (Ref. 988803)

    7 nights from £569

    Last booked 2 days ago
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Sitting on the banks of the River Coln, beautiful Bibury is home to several of our wonderful holiday cottages. The village itself is one of the most charming and picturesque in the Cotswolds, with a history dating back to Roman times, and the remnants of a Roman villa were discovered here in the 19th Century. The parish church, rendered in distinctive Cotswold stone, was built during the 11th Century, while Arlington Row – a former monastery wool store converted into cottages – dates back to the 1380s.