|The village of Snowshill|
The manor belonged to Charles Wade who restored it to house his huge collection of handcrafted items and when I say huge I'm talking about over 22.000 items but only a third of that is actually on display.
After a tour of the house we followed a public footpath that took us on a circular walk with fantastic views of the village and surrounding countryside.
|View of Snowshill|
|Sheep, can you spot the odd ones out?|
On the way home we made a detour to visit Chipping Campden, a Cotswold town apparently considered to be one of the most beautiful destinations in the UK.
|Traditional houses made of Cotswold stone.|
|Market Hall built in 1627 for the sale of local produce.|
|Market Hall, inside.|
|Dove Tree, also known as Handkerchief Tree, in the Ernest Wilson Memorial Garden dedicated to the memory of Ernest Wilson a plant collector born in the town.|
|The trees and plants in this garden were brought from China.|