Stow on the WoldSeptember 3 in the United Kingdom
We stayed at the Kings Arms in Stow on the Wold.
It's a small market town in the Cotswolds, at the junction of six roads.
So of course we counted at least six pubs in the market square here the Kings Arms reigns.
Charles I stayed here before the Battle of Naseby (he lost).
The carpark is up a lane and a walled drive that was designed for wheel barrows or double prams as we saw in the morning.
The town is great, all Cotswold stone, designer shops, one way streets and old ladies with walkers.
We think it’s “let’s see the Cotswolds” place for people doing tours from London.
Excellent place although the ascent to the room waa a bit like the last stage to Everest.Read more