North Farmcote is a working family farm producing sheep and cereals. It is situated high on the Cotswold escarpment in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The house was built around 1840 as a dower house for Lord Sudeley’s mother.
It has a flagstone hall entrance leading to comfortable spacious accommodation upstairs.
There is a double en suite/family room, twin en-suite and twin with private bathroom. The rooms are non-smoking and equipped with television, radio, hairdryer and hospitality tray.
The house is surrounded by a large garden where guests can have afternoon tea on the terrace in the summer and enjoy the views across to the Malvern Hills and Welsh mountains beyond.
Farmcote is well situated for walking, with the Cotswold Way crossing the farm. In the immediate vicinity there are lovely country walks, some of which can take in a pub or two.
Nearby is the Cotswold Farm Park at Temple Guiting, the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Steam Railway at Toddington, historic Sudeley Castle at Winchcombe, Prescott Hill Climb for motor enthusiasts and England’s highest fountain at Stanway. There are good country pubs nearby.
Broadway, Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Cheltenham are all within a half-hour’s drive, with Stratford, Oxford and Bath only an hour away.
We can also provide recreational facilities such as:
riding from local stables.
painting with local artists.
hire a classic Morgan sports car.
reunion week-ends – meet old chums.
dry-stone walling – relaxing,therapeutic and satisfying
Please phone for more information.
Farmcote Herbs: Come and see our specialist herb garden growing a wide variety of fresh potted herbs, 40 different varieties of chilli peppers, plus vietnamese coriander, mints, sages, thymes, basil, bergamot and many more. Open May to October..
Guide Prices & Opening
From £50 pppn
Open: Mar – Dec
Tea /Coffee available
Credit cards accepted
Scouring Local foods
Business people welcome
Dogs by arrangement
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