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  1. It’s so cool to hear from an ancestor. Thanks Peter

  2. Peter robbins says:

    My ancestors the Robins/Robbins of Chedworth are of the familys known to have lived in the cottage

  3. Hilarious too, but I fixed it.

  4. The fact that your parents’ have a cottage in Chedworth is so cool! I am so jealous. Thank you so much for sharing with us about the fields and how there are sheep or cattle there now.

  5. Sorry but my autocorrect changed the village name Chedworth to Childbirth. Hilarious!!

  6. There is a large field next to my parents’ cottage in Chedworth, Gloucestershire. Nothing remains at all of the beautiful house you see above!! The field where it once stood slopes quite steeply because it’s on the side of a beautiful, lush green valley with a little spring stream twisting along its floor, and now it’s inhabited by cotswold sheep, or occasionally Jersey cattle.

  7. Coming from you Carol that is something. I am coming over to see you now to dig my toes in the sand.

  8. I would love to spend some time tucked in at a house like it. I guess that I need to plant hollyhocks if I want my garden to be as gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this beautiful house.

  9. I wish I had the patience to do a lovely garden like this too. English country gardens are my favorite.

  10. I am not sure if my favorite is the house or the garden. I would die for a garden like that. It is my goal!
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful home!

  11. Oh giggle, lingering is encouraged at all times. Thanks for stopping, xo.

  12. House Crazy Sarah says:

    I have to say those photos made me linger and almost made me late dropping off my kids at school! What an amazing historic cottage!

  13. Ahh, a romantic cottage, that is exactly right Jenny.

  14. This house oozes romance along with that beautiful garden. I am sure he bought it for the love of his wife, who loved English gardens.

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