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St Marys Painswick, Painswick

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  • This is a well-maintained, classic Cotswold church. It has an interesting history which tells you about Painswick itself. The unique thing about it is its 99 (I didn't count them) yew trees which lend...  more »
  • 2 adults and 2 children will visit it. It is a beautiful church, flirtatious and others of this beautiful area of the Cotswolds. What enhances it is the environment that surrounds, a cemetery with a multitude of interesting tombstones and the splendid care 99 yew trees. Excellent place to take beautiful pictures and original. A visit is worthwhile. Do not miss it.
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  • Walked in was first stood and stayed in the city. It was impressive and so kept off more than the Church's Garden, was very nice. Guide of Japan was the Church was very helpful. 300 pieces of hand-embroidered cushion was very impressive. And according to this small town, so when you come to this city and I think the entry is free, we like to go!
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  • St Mary's is a beautiful old church that's been here since at least the 11th century. With more bells than Gloucester Cathedral the church is packed with character and hidden gems. The churchyard, too, is a delight to explore with its 99 yew trees.
  • The church, the garden and the village are all quaint and idylic! Cream tea at Painswick is a must! I love the Cotswolds!
  • The church building and the surrounding garden are lovely. There are a lot of beautiful Yew trees here.