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The Roman site is set in the grounds of a Hotel so don't be surprised when you find yourself in the grounds. The advantage of this is that the site is well maintained, but still free to visit. There are a number of foundations showing...More
This is a fantastic Roman Mosaic showing Orpheus - apparently a popular subject in Roman times. The mosaic is fantastic and worth the trip on its own. There are also outline walls for the Roman buildings it’s a pleasant place to visit and walk around....More
The Roman Mosaic is free of charge, it is worth a visit if you like Roman History.
The Roman Mosaic is protected under a wooden pagoda that is accessible from wheelchair users. There are low wall structure showing where the buildings would have been.
Hidden... literally. The mosaic is currently under a green tarpaulin. You have to kneel down and try to squint underneath, and so you cant really get much of n idea of its original impact. Which is a great pity.
I first visited this site in the 1980's. At the time I was working in a school and often came with groups of school children for the day. Last weekend, 30 years later I returned. I was staying at the Warner's Littlecote Manor House Hotel...More
My wife and I decided to have a road trip to some roman villas. Littlecote is situated in the grounds of the great house. The walls are out in the elements and showing signs of decay however the mosaic is under a purpose built roof....More
I only found out about this place recently. Tucked away in the grounds of Liitecaote House off the beaten track. The villa is free to visit, just follow the signs to day parking and the villa is sign posted just a short walk away. It's...More
Wednesday 3 May 2017, My husband and I visit Littlecote Roman Villa, which are in the grounds of Littlecote Warner Hotel. We parked our car and then walked the short distance to the villa and its famous ‘Orpheus’ mosaque.
Initially, the construction of the site...More