Wednesday, November 20, 2013

UK2013: Nympsfield

Nympsfield is to the south of Nailsworth, on a hill that overlooks Stroud from the south side. There is a gliding airfield on top, whose inhabitants I used to regularly watch flying around in the distance, from my school. There's also a fabulous view of the Severn estuary, but we would not see any of that today, as it was grey and cold.

However, the other thing Nympsfield boasts is a very good pub! We made the trip over there for a Proper British Sunday Lunch.

Here it is, the Rose and Crown.

As you can see, it's a big building. It gets very busy with walkers, pilots and anyone that likes good food. We enjoyed a lovely meal in there.

A few other views of the village.. Here's a nice place.

Every village needs its phone box and post box.

Finally, here's a good honest solid Cotswold stone bus shelter. They don't make them like this any more...

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