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The best remaining Eleanor Cross set up by King Edward the First to honour his beloved wife Eleanor of Castille as her body made its way down the country to Westminster Abbey for burial. It's worth finding out about the history and then going to...More
Well preserved cross, probably one of the best.
The surrounding cottages, pub and church (never far apart!) are very attractive.
Walking out of the Star Inn adjacent to the cross -particularly at night and this time of year does the soul good :) - A...More
Geddington really is a very nice village, well worth a look around. The Eleanor Cross is very impressive and certainly worth a visit. As others have said, it isn't really a place you would stay long unless going to the local pub.
Visit Geddington regularly this monument is in the centre its in the middle of the road near a Ford. Its OK for a local visit it does have some history with it but primarily you visit the local pub next to it. Nice walk little...More
It’s something that’s on ourdoorstep but never really have a proper look. Had lunch in Geddington with family and some Australian friends so had a wander into the village , over the bridge ,which dates back to the 13th century , watched the children playing...More
This is a place where you just stop to have a look and then maybe have a pint in the local pub. When we visited there was a chap who saw us and told us the history. I was a bit suspicious of his motives,...More