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The Villages Of The Cotswolds


The Village

The Village of Rodmarton There are pleasant cottages surrounding the small green but the building of note is the manor house designed in the Arts & Crafts style by Ernest Barnsley in 1909-1926 & built for Claud Biddulph. The gardens are also worth the visit.

St Peters Church, Rodmarton. Pollarded trees create an archway into the churchyard where there are a number of fine tombs leading to the door. Once inside theinterior is rather plain having been subject to a "make-over" by the Victorians.

South West of the village is Windmill Tump, a Neolithic long barrow with two porthole entrances. A collection of weapons discovered during excavations are housed at the British Museum in London.


Getting Here

The village is off the A433 between Tetbury & Cirencester.

The nearest rail station is at Kemble with services operated by First Great Western.

Bus services connecting Rodmarton are:



If you wish to visit the village, please park in with consideration.


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