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PLACES TO STAY - 5 miles around Chippy


Heythrop Park
Hotel,Golf and Country Club

OX7 5UE.



Heythrop Park is now owned by Firoka Ltd, the main house has been restored to its former glory and oozes grandeur from a time gone by. Heythrop Park Hotel Golf & Country Club is a unique combination of state of the art conference facilities within impressive historic surroundings.  All 270 modern bedrooms are situated in newer wings adjoining the original main house and are recently re-furbished in a contemporary blue and cream scheme. All 16 main house bedrooms are luxuriously furnished with panoramic views across the estate. En-suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, trouser press remote control television featuring Sky channels, movies on demand. With one of the best equipped conference theatres in the country, a wide range of lecture and conference rooms and magnificent grounds of over 400 acres, Heythrop Park offers organisers an unusual and prestigious setting. Experience the splendid restaurant with its gleaming silverware, sparkling glassware and efficient service all complimenting the exquisite food or the atmospheric ballroom, which can be themed especially for your event. Our chef will prepare any menus to your individual requirements and will be pleased to meet with you to discuss your specific needs. Theming your event could not be easier. We have an in-house team ready to run with your ideas turning the most outlandish thoughts into a reality. Alternatively our team will provide inspiration if ideas are thin on the ground and you are looking for a new WOW!


Badger Farm

Swerford, Oxfordshire OX7 4AU

Susie Little

We look forward to welcoming guests to Badger Farm in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds countryside, where you can relax in peaceful surroundings and enjoy Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a self-contained wing of our house, or if staying for several days you may prefer a Self Catering alternative. Our visitors accommodation, The Granary, offers home-from-home comfort for two adults, and comprises a large double bedroom with spacious en suite bathroom, a comfortable drawing room, an elegant dining hall and a fully equipped kitchen.  We offer B&B for short stays, or optionally self-catering for longer periods of 3 nights or more. The Granary is a single storey extension to Badger Farm, with its own separate entrance providing privacy and seclusion, yet it still retains a family atmosphere.  The double bedroom is light and spacious, with a large en suite bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, pedestal basin and WC. The drawing room is also light and airy, and here you will find a selection of books and magazines, as well as a TV, where you can relax in the evenings. Breakfast will be served to our B&B guests in the dining hall, which adjoins the drawing room and kitchen.  French doors open onto the terrace of the enclosed garden, which is  really sheltered and a bit of a suntrap! Guests who are staying for several days may prefer a self-catering option, as the Granary has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave.  A connecting door leads from the kitchen to the main part of our house.


Bould Farm

Nr Idbury,
OX7 6RT.

Gwyn and Lynne Meyrick


Our C17th Cotswold farmhouse is set in a large garden overlooking beautiful countryside. Bould Farm is a 400-acre family farm, run by Gwyn and Lynne Meyrick with son Robert. We farm sheep and arable crops. Part of the sheep flock is pedigree Suffolk and Charollais sheep, Robert breeds working sheep dogs. The spacious family room has a double and two single beds, colour TV, radio, hair dryer, tea/coffee facility and large en suite bathroom. The double room has views on to the front garden and is very quiet. It has colour TV, radio, hair dryer, tea/coffee facility and large en suite bathroom. Bould Farm is 2 miles from Kingham railway station on the main line to London. There are lovely walks in the adjoining Nature Reserve and along the Oxfordshire Way.Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the blue-bell woods in late April/May or explore the Nature Reserve any time to get away from it all, The woods join Bould Farm, but you might need your wellies.

The Forge


Martin and Debbie


The Forge at Churchill is almost 200 years old and was once the village blacksmiths. Over the years it has been converted into the warm and comfortable home it is today, while retaining many of the original features. Five rooms are available and all have en-suite baths or showers, while one is equipped with a Jacuzzi bath, three rooms have traditional four-poster beds. All rooms have colour TV & Video, tea and coffee facilities and other amenities to make you feel at home. Free Internet access is available and we have our own off street parking. We offer bed and breakfast accommodation with a hearty breakfast, which includes a selection of fruit, cereals, juice and traditional cooked full English breakfast with limitless cups of tea or coffee.Tariffs are from 27.50 a night per person. Single bookings are welcomed and twin beds available. We are a "no smoking" home and, in the interests of our guests, we regretfully do not accommodate young children.


Kings Head Inn

The Green Bledington

Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing


The Kings Head Inn set back off the village green is what everyone would imagine a timeless English Inn to look like. With the brook running through it and the ducks wandering freely around the Green, the pub looks delightful. Once inside no-one is ever disappointed. The original inglenook fireplace dominates one end of the pub and with the old oak beams,Cotswold stone walls and low ceilings the main bar exudes warmth and charm. The delightful bedrooms are all furnished to compliment the unique 16th century character of the Inn. All are en-suite with colour television, tea/coffee making facilities, radio/alarm clocks, telephone, use of the residents' lounge and private roof terrace.


From the Times:
A few years back, Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing grew tired of managing a London gastropub and fled to tiny Bledington, on the Oxfordshire-Gloucestershire border. They converted the village inn into a multifaceted masterpiece, an elegant restaurant with rooms that still serves its community as a welcoming boozer.
The rooms are sufficiently stylish to satisfy the metropolitan sorts who make the pilgrimage here for a reviving dose of Cotswold peace, but the food is the real star. Its locally sourced whenever possible, and the menu offers the chance to acquaint yourself better with the creatures youve met on your preprandial country stroll Cotswold lamb, top-quality venison and Aberdeen Angus beef from Archies uncles farm. The Vale of Evesham Englands greengrocer serves up the fruit and veg, and the cheeseboard is widely revered. It would be a crime not to try the Cotswold brie. BSDoubles from 70, B&B; main courses from 9.95; , www.kingsheadinn.net


Lower Park Farm

Great Tew,



The Grade 2 listed farmhouse, set in the parkland landscape designed by John Claudius Loudon, has recently been refurbished to a very high standard and retains many of its original features. All our spacious bedrooms have en suite facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, colour TV and a few little touches of luxury to make your stay more enjoyable. A comfortable lounge, telephone and a fridge are also available for the exclusive use of our guests. Off street parking is available for all our guests.We offer a full English breakfast served in our dining room. It includes a selection of fruits, cereals, fruit juices and a traditional cooked breakfast using local ingredients wherever possible.


Manor House Hotel

Long Compton,
CV36 5JJ



The Manor House is a spacious property built of typical Cotswold stone and stands in a picturesque garden situated in the centre of the village of Long Compton on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds. The dining room overlooks the gardens which is mostly laid to lawn, as does the large guest lounge. A cosy bar is provided for your pre-dinner or after dinner drinks and there is a small reading room should you require peace and quiet. We have five luxury bedrooms at The Manor House, each with its own colour theme.


Mill House Hotel




The hotel is very peacefully set in the midst of its own beautifully maintained grounds on the edge of a typical Cotswold honey stone village in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. The Mill is an independent privately owned Country House Hotel in a converted Cotswold Stone Mill dating back to the Domesday Book of 1086.The hotel is set in 7 acres of lawned gardens with its own trout stream to ensure a quiet and restful stay - a perfect retreat in which to relax. The hotel has 23 individually furnished en-suite bedrooms with superb views of the gardens, Cornwell Brook and surrounding Cotswold hills. All have satellite television, teletext, radio, direct dial telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. The Mill Brook Room Restaurant offers the very best in International, French and English cuisine from a Two AA Rosette Brigade of chefs. We are licensed to conduct civil ceremonies at the hotel and are now taking bookings. 

Rectory Farm


Nigel and Elizabeth


Salford is a small village 2 miles north west of Chipping Norton off the A44. Enjoy traditional farmhouse accommodation, bed and breakfast with the option of dinner or supper in peaceful and comfortable surroundings. Rectory Farm is a two hundred year old creeper-clad farmhouse standing in its own peaceful 450 acre valley of scenic farmland in the North Cotswolds. A mature garden leads down to the two beautiful, spring-fed trout lakes where fly fishing is available for guests. There is an abundance of lovely walks around the farm and into the unspoilt countryside beyond. All the bedrooms are large and spacious, light and airy with lovely views of the surrounding farmland. They are traditionally furnished with modern and comfortable beds. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, T.V.s and hair-dryers.After a busy day relax in the Drawing Room into deep armchairs and sofas with roaring log fires and tables full of books and magazines whilst taking afternoon tea or evening cocktails. The large dining room features a 14 foot solid oak dining table



South Newington

OX15 4JW

Roberta and John

+44 (0) 1295

The 17th Century house has been sensitively renovated and made into a home of great charm. In these delightfully peaceful surroundings luxury bed and breakfast is provided with relaxed efficiency and minimal  intrusion. All the four attractively furnished bedrooms have fine views over the garden and paddocks. The guest Drawing room is an elegant room with an inglenook fireplace where you may play the piano, read the papers or watch television with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. All rooms are supplied with good quality beds, large fluffy towels and bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, trouser press and radio. There is a choice of blankets or duvets, feather or synthetic pillows. Bicycles, 2 Cots and high Chairs available if required. Ample parking.


Wolford Fields


Long Compton
CV36 5LT

Richard Mawle

+44 (0) 1608 661 301

Wolford Fields, a Victorian manor house, was built in 1857 by Lord Camperdown for his sister. The surrounding farm has been farmed by the Mawle family for over lOO years. Wolford offers a comfortable relaxed stay with far reaching Cotswold views. Wolford Bed and Breakfast offers television, and coffee, tea, and hot chocolate making facilities in each room. One en-suite bathroom and other shared facilities. There is a large comfortable lounge with an open fireplace for our guests. A large video library is also at your disposal. A full English breakfast is offered.


Yerdley Farm

Long Compton
CV36 5LH

Mrs Diana Richardson


The farmhouse and Tallet Barn Annex enjoy a quiet spot in Vicarage Lane. A Tallet Barn' is a medieval term for a building that provides for animal housing. The feed-store above at first floor is accessed via outside steps. Many original features have been retained in a very successful conversion providing two comfortable annexed rooms. Our farmland stretches up the valley from the village. Here you have access to the dragon fly walks (so called from the shape on the map), a series of circular waymarked walks with marvellous views having Long Compton as the hub. Annexed accommodation in converted stable and feedloft with outside steps. A 'Tallet Barn' breakfast in farmhouse dining room with beams, inglenooks and flagstones. Pretty walled gardens. Stratford 16 miles north, Blenheim Palace 16 miles south. Good village pub 5 mins walk. 5 miles north of Chipping Norton. Open all year



There is a longer list of places to stay covering the whole of
West Oxfordshire on the Oxfordshire Cotswolds site.