- A small town in the shadow of a big beautiful Utah mountain.
My dream life is acres of farmland, a sweet little farmhouse and a creek. For now I'm happy with a farm in the city raising girlies and fallow deer.
Located on the River Coln in hilly west-central England, Bibury was described by 19th-century artist-writer William Morris as "the most beautiful village in England"—which is saying something in a country known for its watercolor views. Honey-colored 17th-century stone cottages, the Saxon Church of St. Mary, and a still-working 1902 trout farm are some of the ancient village's must-sees.