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It was so awesome to see this gorgeous church in person after having seen it so many times on Downton Abbey. The church is a mix of styles as can be seen from the repair on the spire, but has been lovingly maintained by the...More
Stopped here on a Ken Fowler Cotwold's Tour. My wife, especially enjoyed the church as she recognized it from the Downton Abbey TV series. We were able to tour the grounds and go inside where she recognized various settings from the TV series. The church...More
As others have said, it's been pictured in the Downton Abbey series. But it's also a beautiful and serene location, making it worth a visit even if you never saw the series. Be careful driving here, as the roads are quite narrow, especially crossing the...More
When I went to the church with the tour, I had only seen season one. I knew a wedding was there. When I got back home and saw the rest of the seasons, I was excited to know that I had been in that beautiful...More
This church was the focal point of my Downton Abbey 'pilgrimage'. Right next door to it is the house they used for Mrs Crawley's house, and next to that are the buildings that stood in for Downton's cottage hospital (in reality a small community library...More
The town is timeless. Downton Abbey has made it famous and it's not large enough to host a busload of people. Make sure to do a small group tour if you go, or just take a jaunt through the Cotswold's on your own and make...More
I recently visited on Easter Sunday, and despite it being early evening, I was very pleased that the church was open and indeed to hear the lovely church bells ringing. The location certainly brought back memories of Downton Abbey. I did not realise that there...More