The only problem with Bradford on Avon is it is popular, very popular even when everything is closed. In the summer it is truly packed.
According to English Heritage this is "one of the country’s finest examples of medieval monastic barns – rightly called ‘the cathedrals of the land’"
It was originally built in the first part of the 14th century and was part of a group of farm buildings grouped around a yard.
The interior roof is dramatic but on this occasion the bar was closed to the public.
Many of the narrowboats were occupied and lots bore christmas decorations.