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Lower Cotswolds, England - Luckington Village

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We are planning a trip in April to England and will visit the Cotswolds. My DH is hoping to include a stay at Bridges Court in Luckington Village.

Why, you ask? He has read a great deal about British Intelligence and really wants to stay at this house - the former home of Sir Stewart Menzies (the former head of MI6 and the person on whom Ian Fleming's "M" of James Bond fame was based).

My specific question is - will Bridges Court work as a base for the lower Cotswolds? I'm thinking we could have one base in the Upper Cotswolds - perhaps Broadway, Chipping Campden, Moreton-In-Marsh and then move South to Luckington. Perhaps stay in Luckington 2 nights before returning the rental car to (?) and heading into London for a few nights. Can we make Luckington work? Life is compromise and I don't won't to disappoint him! Thanks for any tips on this area of Wiltshire.

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