Cotswold Canals in Pictures

Chalford Round House

Chalford round house, which is privately owned, is the first in the sequence of five when travelling along the canal from Stroud to Lechlade.

This round house has always remained occupied, even after the abandonment of the canal, and is also the most accessible as it bounds a public highway and the canal towpath.

Further information on the Thames & Severn round houses can be found here.

The spill weir in the garden of the round house is also Grade II listed.

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Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House - start of canal infill is picture left
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House when viewed from Belvedere Mill, looking over the mill pond
Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House and Christ Church, Chalford
Chalford Round House
1986 view of Chalford Round House
Chalford Round House
1986 view of Chalford Round House

Chalford Roundhouse Spill Weir

Chalford Round House
Spill weir in garden of Chalford Round House