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About Coln St Aldwyns
This village in the fertile Coln Valley has the prestige of being one of the 10 most desirable villages in England. It is a place full of rustic charm, featuring many of the loveliest properties in the Cotswolds which range from thatched Tudor cottages to handsome houses draped with Virginia creeper in glowing autumnal colours of red and gold.
Coln is a perfect centre for exploring the English charm and atmosphere of the Cotswold countryside. It is within easy reach of gardens and arboretums, stately homes, famous "Wool" Churches founded centuries ago on the wealth of the medieval wool merchants, idyllic villages, off the beaten track hamlets, quiet waters ways, and Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon, the dreamy spires of Oxford and beautiful Georgian Bath.
This charming village occupies a favoured riverside position, it has pleasant shops, inns, restaurants, tea-rooms and hotels. It is close to pretty Bibury and within easy reach of Fairford, famous for its annual air display.
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