Farm Cottages Cotswolds
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A charming barn conversion overlooking the owner's farmyard, offering many lovely doorstep walks and cycle routes.Cosy woodburner and many original features. Forest of Dean 2 miles. (Ref. 29560)
7 nights from £425Book Now
Charming, semi-detached ground floor barn conversion, set on a working beef cattle farm. Semi-rural North Wiltshire location on the southern edge of the Cotswolds. WiFi. Comfortably furnished. Dog-friendly. Royal Wootton Bassett 2 miles. (Ref. 918730)
7 nights from £280Book Now
Cosy, well-appointed single storey barn conversion situated on a working Cotswold farm on the South Gloucester/Wiltshire border. Hot tub. Dog training and clay pigeon shooting available on-site. Bath 9 miles. (Ref. 917379)
7 nights from £364Book Now
Superb terraced barn conversion at Muckley Cross. Single-storey well-equipped accommodation. Bridgnorth 4 miles. Much Wenlock 8 miles. (Ref. 2849)
7 nights from £419Book Now
Well-equipped single storey barn conversion at Muckley Cross. Cosy, comfortable base for enjoying Shropshire. Bridgnorth 4 miles. Much Wenlock 8 miles. (Ref. 2848)
7 nights from £343Book Now
Please find below a selection of farm holiday cottages in The Cotswolds.
Local farmers define the 'Cotswolds' as 'the perfect place for tending sheep and growing crops amid a region of gently sloping hills'. And that's exactly where our farm cottages in the Cotswolds are - nestling within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with rolling hills stretching as far as the eye can see.
Cock-a-doodle-do with a farm cottage in the Cotwolds
Rise and shine! Don't bother packing your alarm clock - live
life the natural way and let the crows and cackles, bleats and moos
gently stir you. Collect some eggs and enjoy them lightly scrambled
or poached sunny side up, then set about your daily chores - from
milking cows to feeding pigs, there's always something to do
down on the farm.
Your farm cottage in the Cotswolds will more than likely be close to all kinds of other inviting things to see and do as well. Activities like horse-riding and cycling, walking and fishing, hiking and fossil hunting. Or explore sleepy villages oozing kerb appeal and brimming with gift shops and cosy tearooms. Visit historic treasures such as Sudeley Castle, which has some great family events like Easter Egg Hunts and Halloween Trails. Or the Cotswold Farm Park, 'Home of Rare Breed Conservation'.
Whatever you do, a holiday in a farm cottage in the Cotswolds will be an absolute delight!