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#477598 - 18/10/17 02:17 PM Weekend in the Cotswolds
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We took our +8 to the Western Cotswolds last weekend and despite it being Morgan Dealer Day, we did not come across any other Morgans during the 3 days.

Great place to visit though, with lots of interesting places and outdoor walks.

We managed Westonbirt Aboretum, Woodchester Mansion, Newark Place, and Berkeley Castle.

Whilst in the car park at Berkeley we saw this beauty. A 1955 Bristol 404 that has recently returned to its second owner who used it as his daily driver in the late 50s.


[![Bristol-404-547.th.jpg](http://tm-img.com/images/2017/10/18/Bristol-404-547.th.jpg)](http://tm-img.com/image/8cOAM)

We stayed at a very quirky B&B on the Cotswold way footpath, so we shared it with long distance walkers, wedding guests, and ghost hunters.

[![BB-Stinchcombe-548.md.jpg](http://tm-img.com/images/2017/10/18/BB-Stinchcombe-548.md.jpg)](http://tm-img.com/image/8cdqW)
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#477608 - 18/10/17 02:56 PM Re: Weekend in the Cotswolds [Re: MOG 615]
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Originally Posted By MOG 615
We took our +8 to the Western Cotswolds last weekend and despite it being Morgan Dealer Day, we did not come across any other Morgans during the 3 days.

Great place to visit though, with lots of interesting places and outdoor walks.

We managed Westonbirt Aboretum, Woodchester Mansion, Newark Place, and Berkeley Castle.

Whilst in the car park at Berkeley we saw this beauty. A 1955 Bristol 404 that has recently returned to its second owner who used it as his daily driver in the late 50s.




We stayed at a very quirky B&B on the Cotswold way footpath, so we shared it with long distance walkers, wedding guests, and ghost hunters.





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#477610 - 18/10/17 03:02 PM Re: Weekend in the Cotswolds [Re: MOG 615]
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You should have stopped by for a cup of tea, Andy. Woodchester mansion is only a couple of miles from our place.
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#477629 - 18/10/17 04:29 PM Re: Weekend in the Cotswolds [Re: Hamwich]
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Originally Posted By Hamwich
You should have stopped by for a cup of tea, Andy. Woodchester mansion is only a couple of miles from our place.


Hamwich Mansion!!
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