Westley Farm is a wonderfully secluded world away from it all, 70 acres of rolling pasture and ancient woodland down a meandering drive at the head of the Golden Valley. You will see sheep with their lambs, cows with their calves, ponies and chickens as well as deer, rabbits, birds of prey and maybe even rare butterflies.
Our five Cotswold stone cottages each have their own quirky charm, with flagstone floors, welcoming open fires and wood-burning stoves. Along with the rustic there is also some luxury: the finest Egyptian cotton linen, fluffy towels, sheepskin rugs and even a wood-fired hot tub.
From spring to autumn we open four glamping sites in the woodland, two luxurious yurts with wood-burning stoves, spacious decks and roll-top baths, as well as two unique octagonal cabins, one a log cabin with cowboy shower, the other a cedar-clad oasis with a wood-fired Japanese soaking tub.
The farm is a haven of tranquillity, with wonderful walks through the woods, across the fields or over the Brunel bridge and along the canal. It is secluded but not isolated: the nearest farm shop-deli is a mile away, as is the village pub, while Cirencester and the market town of Stroud, with its farmers’ market, are both a 10-minute drive.
Guide Prices & Opening
From £480 – £1,175 per week
Weekend and mid-week stays available
Open: All year
Number of units: 8
Sleeps: 2 – 7
Glos, GL6 8HP