Indoors you can play snooker, darts, bridge or board games and outside there’s a choice of tennis on our hard court, croquet, a gentle game of boules or in season you can fish for brown trout. Enjoy the wildlife here, including over 60 species of birds – owls, kingfishers and woodpeckers. There is also the opportunity to cycle, walk or ride in beautiful countryside. Food shopping options include – Daylesford, farmers markets, Upton Smokery and excellent local shops. The owners will also provide extra flavour with fresh herbs from their specialist garden with its 150 different types of culinary herbs.
Where To Eat
Eating out options are extensive, from local pubs and restaurants to the Two Michelin* Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham. Our favourites include the Old Butchers, at Stow, Wild Thyme in Chipping Norton, the Swan at Southrop, The Five Alls in Filkins, the Plough at Kelmscott, the Wheatsheaf at Northleach, the Village Pub and Barnsley House in Barnsley, the Wild Rabbit and the Plough in Kingham and the Feathered Nest in Nether Westcote.
Where To Visit
Oxford for its historic colleges and museums. Roman Cirencester with its Friday
market. Blenheim, beautiful Burford, Bibury, Stow and Moreton-in Marsh – with a wide range of
antique shops. Cheltenham, home of National Hunt Racing and famous for its Science, Music and
Literature Festivals. Then there’s Badminton, Gatcombe, Stratford, the Cotswold Wildlife Park... and
many more. The list is long and our Welcome Pack, books and maps will tell you all you need to
know to make the most of your holiday.
You’ll see that we haven’t mentioned Wi-Fi or Satellite TV. That’s because we want you to RELAX. We have a multi-channel television in the main room by the log fire and if you really need Wi-Fi all the local pubs and cafes offer it. But spend most of your time away from everyday cares because that’s what the Cotswolds are all about.