Rye Windmill: The Grade 2 listed mill was reconstructed in 1932 where it served as a bakery until 1976. It then served as a pottery until in 1984 when it first became a B&B which is still serves as today, just under different ownership. - Photo Taken By Kay
I missed the ivy but this med school is still very beautiful.
@hever_castle are treating guests to an #aliceinwonderland Christmas and it’s just dazzling. So beautifully done and it even ‘snowed’ in the courtyard! So friendly too: big koi fish in the moat will say hello and the swans are v keen for a feed😆. Twilight visits began today and you can have a snap with a #husky on weekends 😍🐺We stayed next door in the quaint @hever_hotel
Chipping Campden built its wealth through the wool trade in the 13th century, and many buildings associated with this commodity are still present in the town today. The Woolstaplers Hall served for hundreds of years as the wool exchange in the town. Built in 1340, its hall attracted thousands of merchants from around the world, where traders would come to buy the precious Cotswolds fleeces. The building is listed as Grade I due to its exceptional historical importance #ihavethisthingwithdoors#chippingcampden#LoveGreatBritain
Don’t forget, We are still open this Weekend from 10am! It’s only £8pp to see our cheeky residents! Or if you fancy a warm cuppa in the frosty weather it’s free entry to our Tearoom and Gift Shop! See you Soon! 🙊🎁🍰☕️🛍
Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market has been shortlisted as one of Europe’s Top-20 Christmas Markets by European Best Destinations and is now in the running to be crowned the best Christmas Market in Europe 2020. With over 100 chalets to explore, a historic backdrop and a great ice rink to visit it tempts visitors with a festive atmosphere and seasonal treats. 😉 It stays open until December 22nd. Come and visit! And then vote 😉. .