THE WEAVERS' COTTAGES OF ARLINGTON ROW
This video gives you a quick peep at an architectural piece de resistance, the brain-meltingly picturesque Arlington Row, in Bibury, not far from the handsome town of Cirencester. The Cotswold stone cottages once housed weavers who supplied cloth for 'fulling' - cleaning wool to remove oil and dirt - at Arlington Mill, also in Bibury.
Arlington Mill has housed an interesting museum, including a William Morris room. Right now though, it seems to be closed, with a 'For Sale' sign on the door. Anyone fancy taking it on?