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All reviews guided tour roman villa national trust snails small museum new building on site interesting place narrow lanes couple of hours school children under cover beautiful countryside coffee shop woodland walk well worth the visit step back in time
Haven't been for some time and very impressed with the additions. Now has a proper visitor centre. Much more work has been done on the site and there are impressive mosaics as well as a small museum. Did not use the audio guide and the...More
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I turned up on a sunny October (yesterday) morning and was lucky enough to be included in the free tour (ticket for entry applies). My history is sparse to say the least but I was bowled over with the knowledge and witty presentation given by...More
Our first visit here, and it was really worth it. Great to step back in time with history brought to life by well informed guides. Good cafe and toilets. Small gift shop and limited parking. Best done on a dry day
We visited here for a few hours. The site is beautifully situated, and there are options for parking. The mosaics are so colourful and vibrant still and bring able to see them from above is a great option . A peaceful spot when we visited...More
We got to the vill a site just in time to join a guided tour by 'Appian' a guide in Romano British dress who explained that he was a mosaic creator from the peak period of construction of the villa. The guide really brought the...More
My sister and brother in law took us to see this Villa as they knew I was interested in Roman History.
It did take a bit of finding and we were glad to see the odd sign convincing us to continue down a lot of...More
Whenever I'm away on holiday I always try my best to fit in a couple of National Trust, so having seen the sign for this I went along and treated my mum (I am a member) stayed for part of the tour but sadly needed...More
Follow the signs down small, windy country roads and you come to a dead end to find the ruins of a Roman Villa in the middle of the English countryside. Very weird feeling connecting the two together. The villa grounds are extensive and I would...More
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Our guided tours last from 1 hour plus an opportunity for questions with our friendly guides; you can of course explore the site free range if you prefer and the time will depend on... More
Thanks for your interest in joining us!
Our guided tours last from 1 hour plus an opportunity for questions with our friendly guides; you can of course explore the site free range if you prefer and the time will depend on how much you like reading!
If you're visiting with children on one of our event days we recommend at least half a day.
Do remember to allow extra time to travel to and from Chedworth as the roads nearby are narrow (and views very picturesque!). For more info on our events or guided tour times do give us a call or email at the time you're planning to visit as these vary. We hope to welcome you soon!
It's too far to walk from the Cotswold Way to Chedworth, as the Cotswold Way is further over to the West. If you haven't got a car and want to visit Chedworth specially, you could go by Taxi? Do check beforehand as to when... More
It's too far to walk from the Cotswold Way to Chedworth, as the Cotswold Way is further over to the West. If you haven't got a car and want to visit Chedworth specially, you could go by Taxi? Do check beforehand as to when Chedworth is open.