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Arlington Row, Bibury

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#24 of 582 in Things to do in Cotswolds
Must see · Architectural Building · Tourist Spot
Arlington Row at Arlington in the parish of Bibury, Gloucestershire, England was built in the late 14th century as a wool store and converted into weavers houses in the late 17th century. It is a Grade I listed building, owned by the National Trust.
Arlington Row on Awkward Hill is a nationally notable architectural conservation area depicted on the inside cover of all United Kingdom passports. It is a popular visitor attraction, probably one of the most photographed Cotswold scenes.
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  • A must see during any visit to the Cotswolds. We visited on a weekday in December and the area was fairly quiet and we manage to park on the main road easily. We spent approx 30 mins here mainly...  more »
  • Despite the cold weather visit to Arlington Road was most enjoyable. The cottages are well maintained and look out over the floodplain beside the stream. really good for a stop and a photograph...  more »
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  • Without doubt a beautiful street and I guess its claim to fame is the fact that it appears on the first page of the British Passport. However, given the number of tourists visiting, the National Trust need to combine this with the 'National Trust - Bibury' Google Maps listing, as I felt very conflicted on which location to upload my 'Arlington Row' pictures to. Needs to be clearer, especially given the history of this place.
  • Popular spot for photos in the Cotswolds. There is a nice little loop from the trust around the river to the trout fishery. The whole place looks like something out of a movie, very well preserved. A must see when traveling through the cotswolds
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