There are a few reasons you might have heard of Bibury – you may have googled ‘the most charming village in England’or you could be a regular visitor who has found peace and tranquility in a day trip to the Cotswolds. This really is a place for reconnecting with the nature and shaking off stress.
I’ve been dreaming of a last-minute escape to the countryside for a while, and last week my husband and I decided to take a few days off and explore the scenic Bibury.
Now all you need is a picnic rucksack to match! Joules have a fun picnic collection with all you need for dinning outdoors – from picnic baskets and hampers with all the essentials to crockery, blankets and picnic chairs in colourful prints.
During Summer, Bibury can get a little busy, especially The Swan Hotel where we would have loved to stay overnight, but thankfully there are other villages around to explore. We’re planning another visit soon, so let me know if you have any recommendations.
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Photography by Bianca Turca