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Barnsley House

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51°44'34"-01°53'24" show decimal

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Barnsley House
Barnsley, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5EE

Barnsley House was built in the 17th Century, but is more well known for its award-winning gardens designed by Rosemary Varey in the 1950s. The house and gardens are now a hotel.

How to get here:

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Road: M4 - Exit the M4 at junction 15, and head north around Swindon on the A419. Continue on to Cirencester (where it becomes the A417). At the junction with the A429 and B4425, take the B4425 towards Barnsley, and the hotel is in the village. Parking: unknown. +

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Road: A40 - Turn off the A40 at Burford onto the B4425 and head west towards Aldsworth and Cirencester. Barnsley is on this road, with the hotel in the village. Parking: unknown. +

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableDrive

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Photograph taken: 26th December 2007 by Stephen Griffiths

K9 and Company
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Filmed: 16 Nov 1981
Sarah arrives at Aunt Lavinia's

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableEntrance

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Photograph taken: 26th December 2007 by Stephen Griffiths

K9 and Company
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Filmed: 16 Nov 1981
Sarah finds nobody at home.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableGarden

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Photograph taken: 26th December 2007 by Stephen Griffiths

K9 and Company
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Filmed: 16 Nov 1981
Sarah is greeted by George Tracey.

K9 and Company
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Filmed: 16 Nov 1981
Sarah is met at the house by Bill Pollock.

 

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Hatherop Road (The Invasion): 4.51 miles.

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Willamstrip Farm (The Invasion): 5.72 miles.

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RAF Fairford (The Invasion): 6.33 miles.

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Kingston Minerals (The Invasion): 7.35 miles.

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Sapperton (crossroads) (K9 and Company): 8.29 miles.

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Daneway (K9 and Company): 8.61 miles.

Further links about the location:

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Barnsley House - Official website

Related Stories

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K9 and Company [16 Nov 1981]: Aunt Lavinia's house

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