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St Marys Painswick

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St Marys Painswick

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Lychgate Rooms Stroud Road, Painswick GL6 6UT England
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Cotswold Way National Trail South Route (7 days, 6 nights)
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Cotswold Way National Trail South Route (7 days, 6 nights)

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Starting in the pretty Cotswold market town of Painswick, the southern section of this National Trail follows the ridge of the Cotswold escarpment through delightfully undulating countryside and picturesque villages to Bath. Daily distances are very manageable to allow plenty of time for further discovery and exploration <br><br>What's included?<br>Breakfast included, other meals excluded <br>Luggage Transfers between accommodation providers<br>Fully comprehensive tour pack with maps, available in English, German, French and Italian as standard. (Other languages available on request)<br>Access to a smartphone digital app which offers GPS tracking for the routes (downloaded prior to save on data costs)<br>Access to a 24/7 helpline in case of any emergencies <br><br>Exclusions<br>Entry or admission fee<br>Landing &amp; facility fees<br>Individual travel to the UK<br>Lunch &amp; Dinner<br>Travel Taxes<br>Entry fees to attractions <br><br>Please note<br>Passport required<br>Passport needed if travelling to UK from other countries
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johnpatricia4 wrote a review Sep 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom490 contributions233 helpful votes
Sadly the Church was closed when we visited but the church grounds more than made up for it. The yew trees were beautiful, well kept and a delight. Worth a visit if you are in the area especially on a bright sunny day and more especially when the church is open. We walked round the village which was a typical pretty Cotswold village.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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braithwaite12 wrote a review Aug 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom741 contributions201 helpful votes
I tried on this visit after more than five years to count the yew trees. Meant to be (( but I found it impossible on my own to be accurate. This lovely old wool church is in part very old but kept up to date. A lovely quiet place to visit on a Wednesday at the moment for a quiet sit down. Found the metal stocks for the first time. Very unusual.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Madeleine W wrote a review Jan 2020
15 contributions6 helpful votes
We visited on a sunny day. The grounds were lovely in the sunshine and walking through all the yew trees was fun. The interior of the church wasn't particularly spectacular but the people were smiley as we went in (I think they had just finished a service).
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Moniaits wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom1,100 contributions248 helpful votes
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The oldest part of the church is the north side - built in 1377 and dedicated to St Peter. Shortly afterwards the north aisle was added. The nave and tower were built about 1480, and by 1550 the sanctuary had taken its present form. The spire was not added until 1632. In the churchyard Painswick has a fine collection of chest tombs and monuments from the early 17th century onwards, carved in local stone by local craftsmen. The oldest tomb, with fossils on the top, is of William Loveday, yeoman, dated 1623.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Ddandr25 wrote a review Oct 2019
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom96 contributions43 helpful votes
We stumbled across this lovely church by chance . It had many Yew trees in the grounds, in fact a local lady told us there were 100 ! She even showed us where the stocks were .. inside the church was equally lovely . Well worth a visit .
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Date of experience: October 2019
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