Cotswold Way - North Nibley

North Nibley is a small village on the Cotswold Way with a shop, pub with rooms and a couple of B&B’s.  The village is famously associated with William Tyndale, who translated The New Testament  into English, for which he was later sentenced to death by burning at the stake. In his memory the Tyndale Monument stands on Nibley Knoll just above the village and is a fine viewpoint. From the monument, the panoramic views of both the Severn Bridges and beyond to the Black Mountains in Wales can be fully appreciated.  The last battle between private armies fought on English soil was at Nibley Green on 20th March, 1469/70 between William, Lord Berkeley, and Thomas, Lord Lisle with a combined force of more than 1,000 men.


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The Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that spans over 102 miles (164km) of beautiful English countryside. With more than 20 stops, it passes through many picturesque villages and runs close to a significant number of historical sites such as Hailes Abbey, Sudeley Castle and the Neolithic Burial Chamber at Belas Knap. In 2007, it was formally recognized as a National Trail and has long been considered as an essentially English experience.


E Bayley

A quick line to thank you, Steve and Greg for such an efficient service in transferring our bags during the first 4 days of walking the Cotswold Way last week.

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K & D Spence

You gave us a great service on our recent trip along the Cotswold Way! We want to thank you most warmly for the efficient and helpful way you accomodated our alterations into the original booking for Carry...

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