Chipping Norton is 14 miles south west of Banbury and is a lively market town where tourism has not had too much of an impact. You will find several antique shops and useful as a base for picking up daily essentials if staying in or nearby.
Chipping Norton is ideally located for visits to Blenheim Palace and access to the North Cotswolds beautiful towns and villages such as Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway and tourist attractions such as Chastleton House, Rollright Stones, and the gardens of Hidcote, Kiftsgate and Sezincote.
Superior Guest House bed and breakfast accommodation
in the heart of the Cotswolds
Unique 200 year old country guest house, was once the village blacksmith's. Five comfortable individually designed, spacious, en-suite rooms. Four poster beds, Large Double Jacuzzi bath and a Whirlpool bath are available. All rooms have colour TV with Video player, tea and coffee facilities, Clock, CD player and other amenities to make you feel at home. Free Broadband Internet access on a dedicated "Guests Computer" or via our wireless network on your own laptop. We have our own off street parking.
We offer a choice of Breakfasts, including Full English, Continental or Fish. A selection of Fruit Juices, Cereals, Yogurt and Fruit is always available. For evening meals the highly acclaimed Chequers restaurant is across the road.
Rectory Farm, a secluded 270 year old, creeper clad Cotswold Country House situated in its own 450 acre valley of scenic farmland in the heart of the rural North Cotswolds. A mature 2 acre garden leads down to two beautiful spring fed trout lakes and into unspoilt countryside beyond.
The Hosts, Nigel, an arable and livestock farmer, Elizabeth and their three children enjoy all aspects of country life. Having lived here all their lives, they posses good local knowledge when advising on the wealth of places to visit. Located halfway between Stratford and Oxford, 22 miles from Cheltenham and 5 miles from Stow on the Wold makes Rectory Farm an ideal centre for touring the Cotswolds. Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, Broughton Castle and Chastleton House, Hidcote and Bourton House Gardens are within easy reach. Bath and Birmingham and just over an hour away while London (Heathrow) is under a two hour drive.
The House is traditionally furnished, a flagstone Hall leads to the Dining and Drawing Rooms.
A large drawing room with deep sofas, a grand piano and tables filled with books is ideal for relaxing in and taking afternoon tea in front of the log fire.
The dining room features a solid 15 foot oak table where breakfast is served and large dinner and celebratory parties are catered for.
The Bedrooms are light and spacious throughout with three double or Twin bedded rooms all on the first floor. There is an additional single bedroom that can be used in conjunction with the blue room. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, TV's and hair dryers.
Tariff:- Double/twin room from £92.00 per night, Single Occupancy from £55.00
Member of Wolsey Lodges and Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay
MIDDLE FARM offers B&B accommodation in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds countryside, in a peaceful rural setting. The principal guest accommodation is in a wing of the 16th Century farmhouse, in the former Granary, which has been converted to provide a very comfortable self-contained suite.
The guest rooms are on the first floor, and comprise a twin bedroom, a separate shower room, and a large private sitting room in which to relax. There is room for a child’s travel cot or small bed in the sitting room.
Two additional single bedrooms, which share a separate private bathroom, are available in the main part of the house. All the bedrooms are very attractively furnished.
This is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful countryside around the tiny village of Taston, which is just a few miles from the old market towns of Chipping Norton and Burford, and a short and pleasant drive from many tourist attractions.
The railway station at Charlbury is just 1 mile away, and is convenient for city dwellers looking for a weekend break in the countryside. Transport to/from the station can be arranged.
Breakfast is served in the farmhouse kitchen, and may include home made bread, farm-fresh free-range eggs, and home-made jams. In addition to hens and ducks, which provide the breakfast eggs, the farm residents make up a veritable menagerie of deer, ornamental fowl, a lama, a goat, sheep and parrots!
BED & BREAKFAST RATES:
Twin Room: £85 per night, Child/extra bed: £10 per night
Single bedroom: £40 per person per night (shared bathroom)
Wayside House is situated halfway between Oxford and Stratford upon Avon, Wayside House can be found overlooking the green in the pretty rural village of Whichford, some five miles north of Chipping Norton.
Accommodation is detached from the main house so come and relax in complete privacy in comfortable surroundings.
It is a perfect base to explore the classic Cotswold towns of Stow on the Wold and Chipping Campden as well as the famous gardens at Hidcote and Kiftsgate. Alternatively The RSC at Stratford upon Avon is less than half hour.
A popular area for cyclists and walkers and the well-known Whichford Pottery is just around the corner. The village also boasts an excellent pub, The Norman Knight, some 200 yards across the green.
London is approx 1½ hours away by car, 30 minutes from Oxford. Birmingham Airport is just under the hour.
We have one double/twin bedroom with en suite bathroom which is situated in a separate building known as ‘The Outback’ in the garden.
There is use of a sitting room with a kitchenette (mainly in term time). It includes a 42” flat screen television and DVD player as well as tea and coffee making facilities.
A delicious farmhouse breakfast is served in the kitchen of the main house.
£80.00 PER NIGHT FOR DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
£60.00 SINGLE OCCUPANCY
Mary Manville - Hales
Recommended by the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2010 and Michelin 'Eating out in pubs’ guide 2010
Awarded 1 AA Red Rosette and AA 4 Star Inn
Eat, Drink, Laugh, Sleep … Real ales, fine wines, superb food and a warm welcome await you from your hosts Sarah and Lisa at The Red Lion.
Recommended by the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2010 and Michelin 'Eating out in pubs’ guide 2010
Awarded 1 AA Red Rosette and AA 4 Star Inn
Your comfort and relaxation is of the highest importance. Whether staying with us for a romantic weekend, holiday in the Cotswolds or business, our beautiful inn is your perfect retreat!
The Red Lion has seen many changes over the years, yet still retains the charm and character of a Cotswold country pub. Since taking over as managers, together with our staff, we have created a unique ambience with a smart, contemporary feel.
The traditional Cotswold pub interior retains the old world atmosphere with oak beams, log fires and gleaming wood, but has a contemporary vibe with comfy leather armchairs.
Bed and Breakfast
Triple/King Sized Double Room
All bedrooms are non smoking.
Real ales, fine wines, superb food and a warm welcome await you from your
hosts Sarah and Lisa at The Red Lion.
The Red Lion, Main Street,
Long Compton, Warwickshire. CV36 5JS
Welcome to the Lamb Inn Shipton-Under-Wychwood in the Cotswolds
The lamb Inn is a family run Inn set in the picturesque village of Shipton Under
Wychwood near Chipping Norton.
is a beautiful Cotswold Stone Inn, the property is unlike any other with five unique
and luxurious en suite guest rooms, and with the recent addition of a landscaped terrace
filled with slate tables and cane furniture a delightful sun trap for al fresco dining.
You are assured of a warm welcome from a team of enthusiastic and caring local staff
who aim to create a warm welcoming atmosphere. Whether you are here for a romantic
weekend, country retreat or cultural experience.
We have worked hard to source fresh quality local and British produce in order to
produce seasonal menus, which are truly British.
We have five bedrooms, which have been refurbished to an individual style by interior designer Jean Harrod. They feature high quality fittings and furnishings, and individual marble bathrooms with power showers, to make you feel pampered and cosseted.
All our rooms are non-smoking and offer free WiFi, television and beverage tray.
The lamb Inn is perfectly situated for exploring the endless attractions the Cotswolds has to offer, historic towns and villages lie side by side, with pursuits in golf,fishing, riding, and walking. Cheltenham Racecourse is only 20 miles away. Racing enthusiasts will appreciate the signed racing memorabilia that plasters the walls, including the signed jodhpurs of the last three years Grand National Winners.
Double Room Rate is £95.00 per
Single Room Rate is £75.00 per room B&B
Double Room Rate is £120.00 per
Single Room Rate is £100.00 per room B&B
The Lamb Inn, High Street, Shipton-Under-Wychwood,
Oxfordshire, OX7 6DQ
Welcome to The Wychwood Inn
Shipton-under-Wychwood in the Cotswolds
The Wychwood Inn is a newly refurbished and extended pub restaurant in the beautiful village of Shipton-under- Wychwood in the glorious Cotswolds.
We have five stylish ensuite bedrooms all with sumptuous duvets and fluffy towels. All rooms have beautiful bathrooms with power showers, three rooms have a bath. Each room has flat screen tv, free wifi, complimentary tea & coffee tray.
Double Room from £90.00 per night fully inclusive of breakfast. Luxury Doubles and Twins plus Four Poster also available.
We will regularly feature special deals to tempt you to stay or eat at our beautiful Cotswold Inn.
A couple of our rooms can accommodate a cot or "Z" bed at an additional charge of £15 per night.
We welcome guests who wish to bring their dog with them, please advise us when booking, there is an additional charge of £5 per night.
The Wychwood Inn offers a delicious menu with additional specials created by our chef Joe. Patrice, our local fishmonger supplies all our fresh fish. Each week they will both create a special menu (with a menu card for you to take home so you can recreate the dish).
Wychwood Inn, High Street, Shipton-Under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire, OX7 6DQ
Bruern Cottages in the Heart of the Cotswolds (Sleeping 2 to 10)
The 12 cottages were converted from the Victorian stable yard and outbuildings of Bruern Abbey, a handsome 18th century Baroque country house. Bruern Abbey was bought in 1945 by the late Michael Astor, a writer and Member of Parliament. Judy Astor, Michael's widow, began converting the cottages in 1992, bringing to the task thoughtfulness, imagination and a passion for design. In the interiors, in the gardens and in the very way Bruern is run, nothing has been done without the guest’s experience and point of view in mind.
Bruern Holiday Cottages have been national winner of the English Tourism Council's Excellence in England Gold and Silver Awards for Self-Catering Holidays. They are luxurious, stylish and well equipped, with open fires and four poster beds as well as state-of-the-art bathrooms and kitchens. They sleep two to ten. The cottage all have private enclosed terraces and many have their own secluded gardens.
In the beautifully landscaped communal gardens and grounds, facilities include tennis, croquet, swimming, gym and the Stables Spa offering all sorts of treatments and pampering , including massages, facials, manicures and pedicures. Our spa has been featured on Tatler’s 101 Best Spas in the world.
There is also a special play area for children with a mini-playground, two-storey Wendy house and a heated play cabin with dressing up clothes, toys, art materials and fantastic retro pedal cars and tractors.
Bruern's central location makes it an excellent base for exploring The Cotswolds - Oxford is half an hour away, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Shakespeare National Theatre under an hour, and Cheltenham (racing and the annual Literary Festival) much the same. There are lovely wildlife walks in the neighbouring Nature Reserve at Foxholes and along the Oxfordshire Way, which runs through Bruern.
Bruern is also easy to get to by both train and car - Central London is just an hour and a half by either, and there are direct trains from there to Kingham station which is just 5 minutes drive away. It is also about the same distance from Birmingham and Bristol.
Price depends on season and cottage - range from £798 - £6,711 per week.
Welcome to Cotswold View Cottages in the quiet village
of Nether Westcote near Chipping Norton
Cotswold View Cottages are situated in the quiet unspoilt village of Nether Westcote, located near the Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire County borders, in the heart of the Cotswolds, where honey coloured stone cottages nestle quietly in the beautiful countryside.
We are just a short drive away from the picturesque villages and small market towns for which the Cotswolds are well known and local walks take you to such places as Bledington famed for its small river and ducks and where there is an excellent restaurant at The King’s Head Inn.
For keen cyclists the Cotswold offers challenging roads and country lanes with its rolling hills and beautiful scenery. There are 6 planned route cycle maps that can be obtained from the Cotswold.gov.uk website and we can offer secure garaging for your cycles.
Other attractions within 8 miles of Nether Westcote are the Cotswold Wildlife Park near Burford, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park at Guiting Power, Birdland and the Model Village in Bourton on the Water, and the old market town of Stow on the Wold.
We offer a choice of two self-catering holiday lets.
Stable Cottage comprises 1 double and 1 twin room sleeping four people
3 nights from £225.00,
Weekly from £420.00
The Stable Cottage provides ground floor access and was converted from what used to be the farm shop selling vegetables to the locals many moons ago.
flat has 1 bedroom which can be a twin or king size double
3 nights from £180.00,
Weekly from £350.00
The Granary which is above the car ports is a self contained flat which we recently converted from two bedrooms. The building used to be an open barn when we had the farm.
WeI look forward to welcoming you to Cotswold View Cottages
Cosy 19th Century Cotswold stone cottage in quiet village,
well situated for exploring The Cotswolds
This cosy Cotswold stone cottage, dating back to the mid 19th century, is an ideal ‘bolt hole’ for those wishing to unwind, whatever the season. Chadlington, near the market town of Chipping Norton, is set in the peaceful Evenlode valley close to the Wychwood Forest, and offers superb country walks.
The Cottage The cottage has a cosy living room with settee, colour TV, video and radio. Heating is by night storage heater and coal effect electric fire.
The kitchen is well equipped with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine.
Steep stairs lead to a double bedroom and a bathroom with bath and toilet. (The bed settee in the living room allows additional sleeping accommodation if needed).
The property also benefits from a garden room and secluded patio garden with furniture.
A welcome tray with wine and homemade biscuits and marmalade is provided. All linen and electricity are included. One well-behaved pet is welcome, free of charge.
Tariff:- Sleeps 2 + 2 from £170 - £320 per week; Short Breaks from £120.00
Mr & Mrs A. Allen, Rose Cottage, Chadlington, nr Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. OX7 3ND
Sunrise Cottage - Resthill Farm at Over Worton near Chipping Norton
Newly furbished Self-Catering Cottage in Countryside Setting - Sleeps 4
Sunrise Cottage is located on Resthill Farm - a small working farm on the edge of the hamlet of Over Worton near Chipping Norton in the North Oxfordshire Cotswolds in a wonderful quiet position - a place to enjoy a real farm holiday.
Guests can enjoy many pleasant walks both around Resthill Farm and through neighbouring fields and woods. The location is ideally placed for exploring the many attractions of the Cotswolds.
Chipping Norton is only 10 minutes away, Woodstock and Blenheim Palace is just a short drive and the city of Oxford only 15 miles away. There are a number of National Trust properties within easy reach including Waddeston Manor, Snowshill Manor, Chastleton, Stowe Gardens and the gardens of the North Cotswolds including Hidcote, Kiftsgate Court, Sezincote and Bourton House.
Recently renovated Sunrise Cottage includes the following facilities:-
Comfortable a spacious sitting room with two sofas, chairs, flat screen TV and french doors leading outside to thye enclosed garden.
Fully equipped kitchen/diner with cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine and dining table with six chairs.
Bathroom with washbasin, WC and bathwith shower over.
Large double bedroom with views over the surrounding countryside
Twin Bedroom with two single beds.
Attractions in the area include the following:-
Horse Riding nearby
Stables / Livery on site
Bike storage on site
Award winning pubs and restaurants within easy reach of the cottage
Price for seven nights - from £450.00
Due to working farm sorry no pets allowed
Changeover day Saturdays
Resthill Farm, Over Worton,
Nr Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 7EW
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