Cotswold Houses, Towers, Churches and Castles, part 2
A selection of historic buildings on The Cotswold Way Hiking Route
In this second part blog post we are continuing on our Cotswold Way journey. We have taken a selection of historic buildings on The Cotswold Way hiking route. Discovering some of the amazing buildings on The Cotswold Way. We then provide some further reading links for you to find out more.
St Mary’s Parish Church in Painswick originally dates from over a thousand years ago. As there is a recording of a church building here in The Doomsday Book. The churchyard is famous for its proposed 99 Yew trees. There are a fine collection of Monuments the oldest dates back to 1623. For more information about Painswick Church click on this link;
The Tyndale Monument is a tower built in 1866 on a hill in North Nibley. It is dedicated to William Tyndale, the translator into English of The New Testament Bible. For more information about The Tyndale monument click on this link;
Dyrham Park is a country house in an ancient deer park. The current house was built in The 17th Century but records of buildings here date back to The Doomsday Book. For more information about Dyrham Park click on this link;
Situated in the city of Bath, this historic building is a well-preserved Roman public bathing site. The temple was constructed in 60–70 AD. For more information about The Bath Roman Baths click on this link;
Would you like more information about our Cotswold Way holidays? Or what to see on The Cotswold Way Hiking route? You can fill in our contact form here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At The Cotswold Walking Co, we look forward to hearing from you.