Castle Combe is a small village in Wiltshire, England, with a population of about 350. Ranked No. 2 in The Times's 30 best villages, it is renowned for its attractiveness and tranquillity, and for its fine buildings including the medieval church. (And the pub offers the best lemon cheesecake I´ve ever had.) It was also used as a location for Agatha Christie's Poirot, and the films Stardust and The Wolfman. Throughout September 2010, the village was used as a key filming location for Steven Spielberg's production of War Horse.
It´s such a lovely village. When we first arrived I felt like I landed in an episode of Miss Marple or Midsummer Murder. (I have a slight obsession with British murder mysteries.) Despite it being a cloudy day I think I´ve got some good photos and I hope you like them too.