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3.4 miles away
A ‘beautifully manicured estate which fits its billing as a village within a village’, Thyme is a collection of Cotswold stone buildings with a cookery school, pub and spa interspersed with ‘perfect English country gardens’.
‘What a setting!’ Creeper-covered and wood fire-warmed, this busy 17th-century coaching inn (now owned by Fuller‘s) stands on the banks of the River Coln, in a quaint village William Morris described as the most beautiful in England.
The very model of an olde worlde inn, with its flagstones, beams, blazing fires and jumbled interiors, The Lamb sits on the edge of a picture-perfect Cotswolds wool town, in the aptly named Sheep Street.
You can mess about in boats with a fishing rod, sip a pint of bitter in the sunshine or enjoy classic gastropub fare at this cheerful pub-with-rooms beside the Thames, with moorings that are free to guests.