Standing a good distance from the others is The King stone.
It was another beautiful day and we spotted a few Red Admirals flying around. This one kindly posed for me.
The nearest village to the stones was Long Compton where we stopped for a look round its thatched cottages and Norman church..
These gabled houses date back to the 17th C
At one end of the town during the 18thC and 19th C was the workhouse (now a care home).
At the other end of the town from the workhouse was the prison, partially demolished in 1937 it is now the Cotswold Discovery Centre and cafe.
We drove back in the sunshine once again and decided on a last walk around Stow-on-the-Wold before leaving here in the morning.