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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
Fans of Downton Abbey regularly visit this church, but few of them peer beneath the surface. In the north transept is an unusual structure which may have been the tomb or reliquary of St. Beornwald,
a locally famed medieval saint. There is also a monumental...More
We visited the Church of St Mary which is used by the Church of England but the north chapel (“the Lady Chapel “) is used by the Catholics for their services. As my family is Catholic, though my husband ‘s side is Church of England...More
We were on a "Downton Abbey" tour which had taken us to Oxford and was then heading for Highclere Castle. On the way to Highclere, the tour coach called in at Bampton so that the tour group could visit St. Mary's Church which features in...More
Saint Mary’s Church is absolutely stunning! Besides being the church used for many scenes of “Downton Abbey” this is a strikingly beautiful old church and worth a visit regardless of the television connection.
When we decided to make a drive through the Cotswolds part of our southern England trip, I knew I wanted to see the village church used in the PBS show Downton Abbey. It is really St. Mary the Virgin Church in the little town of...More
My girlfriend is a big Downton Abbey fan so we made a stop off here on a tour of the south of England. Great visit. Was fun re-living scenes filmed in the village and we bought a couple of magnets to take back home for...More