As we arrive at the rail station.
Apart from the fact that it is one of the most connected Cotswold towns, it is also famous for its popular agricultural show called 'Moreton in Marsh Show- The Countryside in a Day' This annual event is held on the first weekend of September every year and boasts an action packed itenary both for the trade buyers and the spectators. To know more on what can be done at this show, click here! As for me, I missed it by exactly one week!
1000 year old town with elegant 17th & 18th century building:Moreton-in-Marsh is the most quaint habitat I had ever come across in the recent past. I arrived here on a wet and early weekend morning when the town was just about waking up. The stroll around the quiet streets had a nostalgic feeling attached to it. The town is nearly 1000 years old (dates back to the Saxon era) and each of its structures clearly boasted heritage- all lined with elegant 17th and 18th Century buildings.
Railway Station Gaurd Room at Moreton-in-Marsh.
English Country Homes
Iconic Cotswold Limestone Structure- The Old Post Office.
Series of homes yet uniquely different!
Boutique shops and B&B's:Stark change from the commercial cities, I could finally see boutique shops with most attractive looking display windows. I yearned to lift some of them exactly the way they were back to Mumbai. Sigh! So much for wishful thinking... :)
Allium Florists, such a romantic stop!
Spoilt for choices- these sway just outside the florists shop!
A beautiful window that boasts the silhouette of floral decoration a few block down the florists shop.
An inviting B&B that contrasts the earthy tones with a stark blue.
And if you were wondering why I landed up at Moreton-in-Marsh, do stop over and read my post- From Kitchen Karma to Bourton-on-Water via Moreton-in-Marsh, the Cotswold countryside!
Next up- Bourton-on-Water.