Moreton-in-Marsh


Moreton-in-Marsh, a good place for refreshment, is full of handsome former coaching inns, such as the Manor House Hotel of 1658, the White Hart of 1782 and the 18th-century Redesdale Arms, catering to visitors who come to shop, especially on Tuesday, when a huge market fills the long and broad main street. Buildings of note in the town include the Curfew Tower, opposite the Market Hall, built in the 16th century and used to ring the curfew every night until 1860, warning householders to cover their fires, a necessary precaution in the days when timber buildings regularly burned to the ground in the night because of stray sparks.
excerpt from
Insight Guides - The Cotswolds

17 February 2001


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