Guiting Power


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Tel code: 01451 | code search
Postcode: GL54 | code search
Population: 100
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Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling
Cotswold Olimpick Shin-Kicking
Cranham Feast
Gloucesters Royal Lamprey Pie Gift
Marshfield Mummers
Pig Face Day
Randwick Wap
St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
Tetbury Sack Race

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Situated on the slopes of a small valley near the River Windrush and some 9 miles east of Cheltenham is the typical old Cotswold village of Guiting Power, it`s limestone houses clustering around a sloping village green. There has been a settlement here since the Saxon times and the foundations of a Saxon church have been excavated and preserved near the present church. The church of St.Michael is Norman in origin and has one of the best preserved Norman doorways in England, the church has been much altered, the restoration of 1903 provided corbel heads of reigning monarchs. The small coffin on the steps leading to the Font was found under the chancel and is believed to be one of the smallest Saxon sarcophagi ever to have been found. Guiting Baptist Chapel was built in 1835 and is a fine example of a village chapel. Many of the buildings were restored in the mid-20th century - although some may have lost a little personality - all combine to make Guiting Power one of the prettiest in the Cotswolds. Guiting Grange is a stylish house of 1848 set in a nice little park. The Guiting Festival, held at the end of July, features classical music and jazz and attracts many world famous acts. The area around Guiting is prime walking country, the Diamond Way long distance footpath passes through the village, and the Farmers Arms in the village and the Hollow Bottom Inn on the road leading to Winchcombe provide a welcome rest for tired feet.


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Guiting Guest House (0.15 miles)

Guiting Guest House
Guests are assured of a very warm welcome at the Guiting Guest House which is a delightful and tastefully restored 16th. Century Cotswold stone former farmhouse with all modernised facilities. Every where there are exposed ... More | visit website
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Plough Inn (2.77 miles)

Plough Inn

Home of the Grand National Winner 'Don't push it' 2010 Voted 'Racing pub of the year' 2008

Sitting in the hamlet of Ford, this popular 16th Century Inn, renowned for its excellent menu and fine Donnington ... More | visit website

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Lords of the Manor (4.01 miles)

Lords of the Manor

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Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, on the outskirts of one of England's most unspoiled and picturesque villages, stands the Lords of the Manor Hotel. Built in the 17th century ... More

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Flagstone Farm Holiday Cottages (4.44 miles)

Flagstone Farm Holiday Cottages
Flagstone Farm is situated 2 miles west of Stow on the Wold (between Stow and Broadway). It is easily accessible from all major UK routes being ideally placed for touring the beautiful Cotswolds area ... More | visit website
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The Slaughters Country Inn (4.63 miles)

The Slaughters Country Inn
The Slaughters Country Inn formally Washbourne Court is located in the heart of the village of Lower Slaughter one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds this charming property sits right on the river bank. ... More | visit website
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Wesley House (4.72 miles)

Wesley House
Five individually decorated rooms provide memorable accommodation for a short Cotswolds break. Our five cosy bedrooms are all en-suite and individually furnished to a high standard. The double rooms are named after the fields surrounding Sudeley ... More | visit website
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Lower Slaughter Manor (4.76 miles)

Lower Slaughter Manor

Off the beaten track in the heart of the Cotswolds runs the River Eye under small stone bridges and between honey coloured houses. A tiny part of England that the rapacious path of progress seemed ... More | visit website


Puesdown Inn (4.93 miles)

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Coach & Horses (4.98 miles)

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Set in the heart of the Cotswolds within walking distance of Bourton-on-the Water and within easy reach of surrounding villages such as Stow,Broadway and Lower Slaughter making it an ideal ... More

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Strathspey (5.04 miles)


Situated just 5 minutes walk from Bourton-on-the-Water village in the Cotswolds and next door to an old mill and the river Windrush. Frequently called the Venice of the Costwolds, Bourton-on-the-Water is a popular destination for ... More | visit website

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