This was a place we visited for a family wedding ceremony.The garden is situated in the Gloucestershire countryside and is known for its spectacular display of snowdrops which carpet the woodland floor in Springtime.A Coach House restaurant,gift shop and plant sales are all available here.Please note that certain areas of the garden are closed off...more
Hhmm, I took this photo of a 'table' cemetery...which were popular a few hundred years ago !Some of the cemeteries are opened ( for not being looking after properly...maybe ) & we can actually probe inside !Patrick was jokingly told me that we could see the corpses inside !Gory...!Continue with my photos around Painswick...[Please click]more
Painswick was originally called Wycke or Wykeham.The name changed to Wyke Pagani around 1150.Now my photo is showing the tower of the church.It houses a peal of bells, the earliest dates from 1686.The number of bells was increased to 12 in 1821; To celebrate the tercentenary in 1986, the 13th bell was added & a 14th bell was also added in 1993 !more
Painswick was originally called Wycke or Wykeham.The name changed to Wyke Pagani around 1150.Another view of the church by the side...Nevertheless, not all parts of this church is 600 years old because to retain it, more parts were added.In a way, it could be said it's between 40 to 600 years old !more
Painswick was originally called Wycke or Wykeham.The name changed to Wyke Pagani around 1150.The churchyard around St. Mary's Church has been described as the most beautiful churchyard in England !Apart from the tomstones lie within, we can also see the yew trees which must be kept well...more
Kempst Lane, Painswick, GL6 6YB, United Kingdom
Good for: Business
A good friend of mine held his Wedding reception here. Great venue...great staff! The photo is of...more
Gloucester St., Painswick, United Kingdom
Good for: Families
The March hare is the restaurant attached to Cardynham house hotel and we heard great reviews about it from other guests although we didn't eat dinner there ourselves (I was pregnant and off spicy food!). We did have breakfast in it though and the atmosphere was very pleasant and the service good.more
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15th Century Post Office in New Street, which has featured on a postage stamp.
The oldest post office in the country
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: good walking shoes if you are planning a walking trip
Painswick Rococo Gardens
The Stables, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 6TH.
Eighteenth-century Rococo garden, set in a hidden combe, with garden buildings, vista and woodland paths.
11.00 to 17.00 hrs.
£ 3.30 Adults
£ 1.75 Children
This is another photo of such villages taken by me on our way to Minchinhampton ! Amazingly beautiful !It looks like a movie set or maybe a miniature village !Perched on a hill, this route has many beautiful sights along the way because we were climbing the hills hence could see the small valleys below !more
Our next destination after Stroud was Minchinhampton so Patrick was looking for the best route to take me there...We passed through some scenic villages & it's irrelevant to stop asking people to know the names of those villages...I just snapped away & most of the times I didn't take any photos... Simply enjoying my eyes, stucked in my memory...more