This converted barn is part of our family working cotswold farm above a truly stunning valley in which the picture post-card villages of Duntisbourne Abbotts, Duntisbourne Leer and Duntisbourne Rous are located.
Even in the cotswolds a ford is a rare sight. The Duntisbournes have two, crossing the tiny Dunt brook.
Here white ducks are occaionally disturbed by a passing car or tractor. It is just a short walk to the tiny Saxon church at Duntisbourne Rous.
You can be sure of a warm welcome. Relax after your journey with tea and cake in front of a blazing log fire. In the summer you may prefer to sit in the garden and admire the thirty mile view over fields and woods. The farm is mixed arable and beef with a breeding flock of sheep.
Roman Cirencester, the capital of the Cotswolds, is a ten minute drive. Market days are Monday and Friday with a farmer’s market on the first and third Saturdays in each month.
Regency Cheltenham is a fifteen minute drive. Many visitors stay with us for Badminton, Gatcombe and Cheltenham races.
Riding and Fishing can be enjoyed within a 20 minute drive. You may wish to venture further to Slimbridge (wildfowl), Berkeley castle or Westonbirt Arboretum. It is a beautiful and gentle walk to a number of excellent local pubs.
Dix’s Barn - Bed & Breakfast
Make your holiday booking enquiry directly with Rosemary Wilcox at Dix’s Barn here.Or book Dix’s Barn now by phone, 01285 821249. Please mention this website.
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