Chedworth Roman Villa
This is a property found in the Cotswolds, between Cheltenham and Cirencester, and consists of the remains of a 4th Century Roman Villa, one of the larger ones to have been discovered.   I have visited the villa twice, but the first visit was the obligatory school trip some thirty-or-so years ago, and the photographs in this collection come from the second visit in September 2010.   I had originally planned to visit on the same day as my visit to Snowshill Manor, earlier in the year, but in the end decided to fit this in on the return trip from my Dorset holiday.   However, I'm not sure this was a great idea; I think I was perhaps more concerned about getting home than taking photographs, and I don't think this was one of my better sessions.   I suspect that any return visits will start from home. 
 
[A word of warning; the roads in the immediate area of the property are very narrow, and at one point my SatNav attempted to direct me down a private road.]
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P52789 - Chedworth
Roman Villa
P52791 - The Estate Office
P52798 - Fridgadarium
P52799 - Tepidarium
P52800 - Mosaic
P52801 - Hot Water Boiler
P52803 - Water Shrine
P52808 - The Heated
Living Room
 
 
P52810 - Romano-British
 Cooking
P52812 - Yellow Buckeye
 Tree
 
 
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Related Links
 
National Trust Webpage for Chedworth Roman Villa