Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester.
Bibury was once described by William Morris (1834-96) as "the most beautiful village in England". In fact, Fox News says that Bibury is one of the world's most picturesque villages, and an article on the Huffington Post website (1st May 2014), titled "The Most Charming Towns In Europe You'll Want To Visit ASAP", mentioned Bibury.
And the cottages of Arlington Row are often referred to as the most photographed and beautiful cottages in the country. Even more so when they are "photobombed" by a little yellow car!
To see more photos of Bibury, visit the Bibury Photos page.
New gallery of Bibury photos added
New photos of the Church of St Mary added
A Review of Bibury Trout Farm
Bibury Post Office details updated
Bibury Trout Farm details updated
Details of Cotteswold House added to the Bibury Accommodation
Bibury Trout Farm and Arlington Row added to Bibury Attractions
Attractions and things to see in Bibury include Arlington Row, a row of weavers cottages built of local stone next to the River Coln, the Bibury Trout Farm and the Saxon Church, the Church of St Mary.
The north Chancel wall of the Church is home to a stained glass window which was designed in 1927 by Karl Parsons and was featured in the 1992 Christmas stamp set issued by the Royal Mail.
The River Coln flows through Bibury sandwiched between the main village street and an expanse of boggy watermeadow known as Rack Isle. With Arlington Row as a backdrop, it makes one of the most picturesque scenes you will find in the Cotswolds.
Using the links above, you can navigate around this web site to find information such as Bibury accommodation, places to eat in and around Bibury and car parks in Bibury.
If you are looking for somewhere to stay in the area, try Cirencester Hotels and the "Where To Stay" pages of the Cirencester website and another Cirencester website www.cirencester.com
You can also find Bibury information on the Cotswolds Web Site.