Friday 15 December 2017
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Quiche of Death

Quiche of Death

If you’re looking for an On Location reason for a 2-3 nighter in the Cotswolds, M C Beaton’s ‘Agatha Raisin’ and G K Chesterton’s ‘Father Brown’ could make a very good starting point especially when you add in a couple of stately homes, some privately owned gardens, at least one castle and some fantastic pubs.  Other highlights include:

  • Guided tours of the villages and market towns that inspired Agatha Raisin’s home in Carsley and the poice headquarters in Mircester
  • Visits to some of M C Beaton’s favourite pubs, tea rooms and shops
  • A tour of the village used in the filming of Father Brown
  • Other unique Cotswold experiences arranged to suit tour clients time frame and interests

Image copyright Betty Stocker