Hawkesbury Upton is the bigger village along the road where you are likely to find accommodation. Hawkesbury is an appealing hamlet, whose St Mary’s Church has a Norman doorway. There is a monument to Lord Liverpool, who was prime minister at the time of the Battle of Waterloo.
The Fox Inn is situated in the centre of the historic village. The 18th Century building was originally a coaching inn, but today is a typical village pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The large historical skittle alley has been converted into a 60 cover restaurant, boasting a beautiful artwork along one wall, specialising in local, seasonal fayre. There are four tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms. It stands close to the Cotswold Way and the Somerset monument in ideal walking country.
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