There are so many beautiful cottages in the Cotswolds built from the honey coloured limestone. This cottage is in the 9th Century Saxon Town of Cricklade. Cricklade was built at the point where the Roman Road, Ermin Street, crossed the River Thames. From 979 to 1100 it was home to the Royal mint. It is a lovely town to explore.
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