Wednesday, June 7, 2017

{england: more of the cotswolds}

Continuing the recap of our time in the Cotswolds today...


We only stopped here for a short time, but it was so beautiful! It was by far the busiest town we visited; I think since the weather was so nice, people took full advantage and spread out on the grass along the river. 

PS. I've heard that the bakery photographed below is a spot that shouldn't be missed—we skipped it, since it wasn't celiac-friendly, but if you ever visit, you should stop by.

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Our main reason to visit here was to stop for breakfast at Lucy's Tearoom. We had some tea, omelets, and (gluten free!) toast. It's right in the center square of Stow-on-the-Wold, so we grabbed a seat at the bay window and people-watched while we ate.

Lower Slaughter

We only stopped here for one reason, and that was to visit the Old Mill. The store is tucked away in a tiny alcove behind a watermill and has delicious homemade ice cream! If we hadn't been tipped off about it before stopped here, we would have never known. It's like the town's best kept secret. Dyl and I both had the mint chocolate chip and it was delish.

The cottages here, in particular, were pretty unreal. They were all dotted along a tiny river that ran through the town and I wanted to move in immediately.

I'll finish up our time in the Cotswolds in the next post.

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