Bibury, pronounced ‘Bi'bury’ is a beautiful Cotswold village in Gloucestershire. The village attracts both English and foreign tourists from around the world each year. It is especially known for its ‘Arlington Row’ which is owned by the National Trust. Since the trust took over, the cottages were updated and can be rented by the public. Arlington Row is a row of weaver’s cottages that were converted from a Sheep House which was built in 1380. The weaver’s cottages were converted in the 17th Century for weaver’s who supplied Arlington Mill. The row of cottages can be accessed from a small bridge over the River Coln. I first visited Bibury in 2010 and again in 2015 where I took some better photos of the village and it was less touristy.
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