In the afternoon we headed to Chedworth to see some Roman ruins but the site was undergoing some renovations so there wasn't too much to see. On Monday we headed to Upton House. This was another fascinating place which had been renovated in the 1930's. Walter Samuel made his money through Shell Oil and spent lots on the house and on the extensive art collection inside. His wife's bedroom was amazing and she had a fantastic big bathroom, which was unusual for the times.
Here are some pictures of the kitchen.