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Bakehouse Farm

(Ref. 1036553)

Bledlow, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire Show on map


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  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 4 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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40 Customer Reviews

  • "Bakehouse Farm is a real gem."

    We came for a family wedding and had been told by my sister who lives nearby, to book it as it looked lovely and has great walks from the doorstep. After driving our hire car from Luton airport with my partner and 2 elderly relatives all thinking they knew better than google maps, it was a great relief to leave the car and relax into such a beautiful old house in a village, all of which seems to have been untouched by time. This house is full of lovely, ancient and unspoilt features and has a very special welcoming atmosphere. It's also amazingly clean, especially given all its little nooks and shelves. Mandy had kindly called me a day or two beforehand to explain the things we needed to know. When we arrived (an hour later than I'd advised her) she gave us a warm welcome, showed us into the house and then left us to recover from the journey. She had provided good written information about the house and recommended the village pub just a short stroll away. As we walked there in the evening sunshine, we passed under a railway bridge just as there was a hoot from the steam engine above. The barman gave us another warm welcome. The pub is just as beautiful and full of character as the house, with tables on the green, and cosy inglenooky tables inside. The food was delicious. The surrounding countryside is very green with lots of hedges full of birds singing and other wildlife, pretty fields, woodland and some hills - well worth staying here for a proper length of holiday. Mandy left us in peace but was on-hand next-door to help us with any questions and came over very quickly to help us when we were too dopey to turn on the hob. We spent a lot of time drinking coffee and laughing in the sunshine at the garden table and we may have pinched some maple leaves and forget-me-nots to adorn our wedding hats - sorry Mandy - and thank you for a perfect stay at Bakehouse Farm - we just wished it had been for longer!

    Dear Juliet Thank you for taking the time to share your feelings about your stay. You've really captured the essence of Bakehouse Farm and of the lovely village of Bledlow, our PH and the surrounding Countryside. It was a delight to welcome you all and I hope to see you again when you next visit family in the area. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Juliet5.0May 2024

  • "We had a really lovely stay at Bakehouse farm."

    The cottage is beautiful and the children loved running around in the big garden, exploring the area and watching the steam train go by. Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to do any of the walks nearby, the furthest we walked was up the hill to the local pub! The cottage is in a great location - we managed to visit Windsor, London and Marlow. Mandy was welcoming and friendly. I would thoroughly recommend this cottage and hope to return.

    The Icknield Line steam train is a great attraction and holds a fascination for visitors (and locals alike) who either love to ride or wave as it puffs by so close-by to Bakehouse Farm our cricket club and local pub. All on public footpaths and all great viewing points. Accessed from the Cottage's back door the enclosed garden is safe and secure for both active children and curious dogs (or vice versa!) Thank you for your feedback Hannah and look forward to seeing you and you family very soon. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Hannah5.0May 2024

  • "We had a lovely weekend."

    What a gorgeous cottage!

    We think of Bakehouse Farm as a hidden 'gem' in the foothills of the Chilterns. Happily you came exploring and found us! Thank you for your feedback Laura. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Laura5.0Apr 2024

  • "We had a wonderful stay at Bakehouse farm."

    Mandy, the owner, was very helpful and accommodating, and when we did have an issue she tried her best to sort it out. We went on several walks around the local area and on the Chilterns straight from the cottage door.

    Thank you for your feedback Pippa. I'm glad you explored some of the many Chiltern Hill walks and that you enjoyed your stay at Bakehouse Farm Property Owner

    Reviewed by Philippa4.1Mar 2024

  • "A delightful property - comfortable and welcoming with a super enclosed garden which was much appreciated by our Labrador."

    The owner is charming and very helpful and took the trouble to ring in advance to check requirements. Wi-Fi good in all areas of the house. We had a really enjoyable week at Bakehouse Farm and would definitely return - thank you very much!

    Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback Rosanne. So glad you had a lovely time at Bakehouse Farm and also to Blanche who so enjoyed our large garden area! Bakehouse Farm certainly has a lot of character and charm and the Chiltern Hills are a relatively unknown and unexplored area for walkers and dog owners alike Come back soon! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Rosanne4.7Jan 2024

  • "Family birthday, ideal for us, Very comfortable."

    Will be more than happy to return for another visit. The dog loved the garden

    Hi Julie -glad you had a Happy Birthday spent with your family. Look forward to seeing you all sometime in the future. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Julie5.0Jan 2024

  • "The house was lovely - beautifully decorated for Christmas - and very much as described in the details on the website."

    The owner was extremely helpful and could not have been more accommodating. There were a few niggles - mostly due to the age of the property (which is part of the charm), though the fridge is rather small if using the house to its full capacity. There was also a lot of pyrex/tupperware and also glasses - possibly a few more than really necessary - and we had to move some things around to make any space for food we had brought with us. I would recommend reviewing the number of these items and asking the cleaners to leave a few cupboards/drawers clear for food items to be stored. Just a personal opinion and did not deter from the pleasure of our stay in any way!

    Reviewed by Linzi4.7Dec 2023

  • "A super cottage, full of history and beautifully laid out."

    The owner, Mandy, was very helpful and provided a list of places we may like to visit. Favourite walks from the cottage were a circular walk via The Boot (recommended) at Bledlow Ridge, and a circular walk via Horsenden and Saunderton. The lovely nearby towns of Old Amersham and Wendover were well worth a visit too. A super stay.

    Thank you for your feedback Marian. The Chiltern Hills offers great walks and quaint hidden hamlets/lovely villages and historic market towns to explore. The walks you mention start immediately from Bakehouse Farm cottage Glad you enjoyed the nearby Boot PH at Bledlow Ridge! Most of our local Pubs welcome dogs and serve traditional homemade food. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Marian4.7Dec 2023

  • "Really beautiful property with gorgeous garden."

    Welcoming and helpful host. Lots of lovely walking from the door and a great pub at the end of the lane.

    So glad you enjoyed our 17th Century Bakehouse Farm and lovely big garden with views over the field to the Chinnor/Princes Risborough steam railway line. I see you visited our local PH, the Lions of Bledlow, location of many a Midsomer murder! Thank you for taking the time to leave great feedback Property Owner

    Reviewed by Naomi5.0Aug 2023

  • "Really enjoyed our stay."

    Amazing location for walking. We were up in the hills every day. Mandy was very welcoming and gave us excellent pointers for local walks. Would definitely visit again.

    Thank you Rachel. We are fortunate to have both the Ridgeway National Trail and the ancient Icknield Way path running just above Bakehouse Farm through Bledlow Woods. The Chinnor Barrows (Bronze Age burial mounds) are worth a visit for the great views they offer from Buckinghamshire across into Oxfordshire Property Owner

    Reviewed by Rachel5.0Aug 2023

  • "We had a fantastic stay at Bakehouse Farm."

    The garden was great for the kids to play in and for barbecuing. The local pub is only short walk away and has great outdoor space and good food. The ceilings are a bit low in the living room, but other than that the house was very comfortable and clean.

    Our private, secure garden is a hidden gem and a perfect place to play for children and dogs alike (and where adults can comfortably relax and chill out) There is one large beam in the living room that is indeed low. Testament to Bakehouse Farm's age (this part of the Cottage was originally an 18th Century Barn) plus the fact that people were genearlly shorter some 300 years ago! Thanks for reminding me to buy a Duck or Grouse sign! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Richard5.0Jun 2023

  • "A very attractive and interesting property."

    Nice to have some history of the place. Very comfortable and well appointed. The owner was welcoming and helpful. Lovely garden and great to have it not only enclosed but stock fenced so that it was safe for the dog. Bledlow is a lovely little village and lots of other beautiful places within driving distance. Would thoroughly recommend.

    Thank you for your feedback Susan. Bakehouse Farm is rather unusual and quirky in that its original 1650 origins have been added to, at various points in time, over the last (almost) 400 years to create an interesting combination of interconnected rooms (some might initially consider a mini labyrinth) The village is also delightful with the Lyde (aquatic) gardens, a Grade 1 listed Church dating form mainly the 12th and 13th centuries, our local PH and cricket pitch and pavillion all within easy walking distance Property Owner

    Reviewed by Susan4.7Apr 2023

  • "Fabulous and interesting old building which had been successfully updated to provide modern facilities."

    Lovely garden and a location giving access to a number of excellent walks. The owner was very welcoming and helpful. We would certainly consider staying at Bakehouse Farm again.

    From your feedback we appear to have achieved our objective of retaining many of the old, original cottage features with new, modern conveniences Thank you Dorothy Property Owner

    Reviewed by Dorothy4.4Mar 2023

  • "We really enjoyed our stay."

    Great to have dog walks from the front door. Only problem was the oven wasn't quite big enough to cook a full Christmas dinner for 6 adults and 3 children - took a bit of shuffling things around, but we managed!

    Reviewed by Alison5.0Dec 2022

  • "A beautiful cottage full of character and charm, with a delightful garden."

    Shame we were only staying for a weekend for a nearby family wedding. Would happily visit again.

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Sep 2022

  • "An excellent property Lots of room downstairs and outside."

    Very well equipped - eg kitchen, books, games. Helpful owner onsite

    Reviewed by Paul4.4Sep 2022

  • "Great cottage property, very quirky."

    The stairs are very steep, and small steps, so extra care does need to be taken. Comfy beds, excellent amount of bathroom and toilet facilities, well equipped kitchen too with excellent view onto the garden, and adjoining field. The Princes & Risborough railway runs at bottom of the next field, is just visible from the kitchen, many bushes and trees hiding it, at the bottom of the garden much better view, look out Sundays and Thursdays. We had an excellent time, there is so much to do in the area, Whiteleaf Cross, Roald Dahl museum at great Missenden, Windsor was only an hours drive, Bekonscot Model Village, our time was filled, one week was not enough. The owner Mandy lives next door, she gave us a wonderful welcome on arrival, even telephoned the day before our stay to advise of roadworks that meant a diversion to reach the property. Couldn't ask for more than that. Thank you.

    Reviewed by Louise5.0Aug 2022

  • "We were a group of 8."

    It was perfect for us. Quiet, lovely walks, great enclosed garden for dogs. Nice local pub. Good parking. Fabulous stay. Only problem was a couple had to share a bathroom when I thought there were 4. Thank you.

    Reviewed by Shirley5.0Jul 2022

  • "We had a lovely stay at Bakehouse Farm, we were very lucky with the weather so could make the most of the beautiful and fully enclosed garden."

    Mandy the owner lives next door and was very friendly and helpful, we had an electric issue on arrival which she was keen to get resolved but was respectful of us being in the cottage at all times - this didn’t impact our stay. The blinds to the owner’s accommodation were closed as soon as we arrived so the garden was completely private, there were plenty of chairs and cushions available for us to use so we were able to make the most of the weather and enjoy the peaceful garden. The cottage has lots of character, dating back to the 16th Century and there was plenty of space for us to spread out. The beds were comfortable and the wifi coped well - we had two young adults with us so this is essential! The kitchen was well equipped, as previously mentioned there are two corner carousels that you need to push the door to access (I wouldn’t have realised!). The dog loved his stay, was made to feel welcome and enjoyed chasing the local rabbits out of the garden each morning (he is 9 and has no chance of catching them). There are some nice walks from the village and nearby, we visited Whiteleaf cross, Wendover Woods and Dunstable Downs and had a delicious lunch at The Crown in nearby Radnage. Things to note: The building is very old so some ceilings and doorways are very low, my husband and son are not particularly tall but bashed their heads several times. Also whilst there is a lovely downstairs bedroom with en-suite there are lots of odd steps internally downstairs due to the age and nature of building being extended over the centuries. If you have poor mobility where one or two steps would be an issue then this may not be suitable.

    Reviewed by Helen4.7Jun 2022

  • "Very characterful property, comfortable beds, plenty of hanging space in bedrooms, kitchen well equipped."

    All in a lovely rural location, watch out for the steam train on Sundays.

    Reviewed by Daren4.4Jun 2022

  • "A really comfortable and special home."

    Such a delight to spend time here.

    Reviewed by Philip5.0Apr 2022

  • "Fab property and amazing place to stay."

    Thank you so much. Host couldn’t have been better.

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Apr 2022

  • "A great weekend spent in a lovely cottage."

    Mandy was an excellent host ringing beforehand to confirm some details then welcoming us on our arrival. The cottage is in a lovely village with a good family & dog friendly pub just a short stroll up the road. Food served all day Saturday and worth a visit. Four good sized bedrooms, comfy beds, lovely bathrooms, fab inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove in the lounge, well equipped kitchen - we could not find fault with anything. We came to celebrate Mum's birthday - 5 adults, a teenager and two small dogs. The cottage was cosy and warm, WIFI worked in all rooms, fully enclosed garden so we were comfortable letting the dogs out at night. Somebody had mentioned the garden being overlooked by Mandy - during our stay the blinds at those windows were kept shut so don't let that put you off. This is a gem of a cottage and we would love to come back. Have already recommended it to friends

    Reviewed by Brenda5.0Jan 2022

  • "We had a wonderful stay at the Bakehouse Farm over Christmas."

    The cottage is in a beautiful little village and well located for lovely walks. The space is great and works really well for extended family groups coming together. Spacious bedrooms and comfortable beds. The kitchen is perfect and we'll equipped. All in all we loved our stay at Bakehouse Farm and would love to go back one day!

    Reviewed by Charlotte4.7Dec 2021

  • "Overall, we really enjoyed our stay in a beautiful and interesting property."

    My daughter said it was the sort of house she dreams about buying! Lots of walks nearby. Mandy was really friendly and helpful and reliable all of which was really appreciated. It is a very quiet spot with plenty of parking and the bedrooms were all great. Small niggles - the corner sofa isn’t very comfortable. And it would be good to have just a few more basic supplies in the kitchen eg salt, pepper, cooking oil.

    Reviewed by Eleanor4.4Nov 2021

  • "The owner Mandy welcomed us on arrival and was always on hand if needed."

    A few suggestions were offered of places to visit and we also used the information provided in the welcome folder. We were able to book tickets for a steam day on the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway and everyone was delighted that Mandy was in the garden waving when we steamed past. The property was spotlessly clean and plenty large enough for 6 guests. We did struggle for fridge space on occasion, however put some of the items in the freezer and just cooked from frozen or remembered to defrost. The doors and some of the beams are low, but for a property originally built around 1600 it’s to be expected, you don’t tend to bump your head twice. The kitchen was clean and we didn’t generally want for anything that wasn’t there apart from some scales, the cast iron ones sufficed but we’re very heavy to move. We used the wood burning stove on the first evening. Our elderly parents were in the ground floor bedroom with ensuite but found that once the living room and dining room were up to temperature the heating went off and this bedroom was cooler than the rest of the house. It needed a bit of balancing act with the heating to ensure the radiator was on just before they went to bed and got up in the morning. There was no welcome pack on arrival so ensure you take essentials. Princes Risborough is only just up the road by car and has a large M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore etc. Our two dogs enjoyed the large enclosed rear garden, unfortunately however whilst the weather was kind it was not warm enough to spend a great deal of time outside. There is a vacuum cleaner in the cupboard which was handy with a border collie, and so many properties don’t provide one. We had a great week, found plenty to do, however book restaurants early. We found the Black Goo Cafe and Tap Room in Thame, the cakes are amazing and the portions enormous. We had takeaway and we’re still eating the slices 3 days later. My only comment is that we had two cars and it’s unlikely that you’d be able to park a 3rd on the driveway without blocking in the owners vehicle. We had a great week, and even visited Bicester Shopping Village where we haven’t been for nearly 25 years and would suggest getting there early.

    Reviewed by David4.1Oct 2021

  • "A spacious property, perfect for our group of 8."

    Mandy happily chatted on the phone to resolve some queries before we travelled, greeted us when we arrived and was very friendly and helpful. She lives adjacent to the cottage and was on hand in case of any issues but left us to just enjoy the property. The garden was fabulous and although it is overlooked by the owners property, their blinds remained closed the whole time we were there so our privacy was respected. It is in a lovely location with a good pub at the top of the lane, serving excellent food. Locals were extremely friendly and we were invited to and welcomed with open arms at the local cricket club....Good beer and a pub quiz. Plenty of trails to follow for good walks. Previous comments stated the kitchen was ill equipped. We found this not to be the case....but check out the concealed carousel corner cupboards and the drawer beneath the cooker. More equipment than Gordon Ramsay would need !! There was an issue with the oven which Mandy was getting rectified, but it was explained when we arrived and we did manage to cook meals for us all. This was an excellent weekend and we would most definitely return.

    Reviewed by Jan5.0Oct 2021

  • "Beautiful property in a superb location."

    Mandy was very welcoming and gave us some great tips on local walks and things to see. We were very surprised by the previous guests comments as we had no issues with the property and everything was in full working order. Will definitely visit again and would recommend to friends

    Reviewed by Eric4.4Oct 2021

  • "Good base for exploring the area and had a nice garden for relaxing."

    None of the comments below spoiled our holiday but were rather a surprise based on previous accommodation booked through Sykes and sister companies. The kitchen was not up to catering for 8 people, only one small frying pan and fridge small for holding food and drink for 8. We ended up being a party of 5 and basically had to shop daily. The plumbing was inadequate only one toilet flushed successfully, in a modern world this is not good enough. Also water to taps plumbed incorrectly especially kitchen tap and downstairs toilet. The lighting was also a bit of a challenge - 3 switches in dining room only one of which did anything. A spot in the inglenook came on and off to suit itself.

    Reviewed by Carol2.5Sep 2021

  • "Excellent location to explore best of Chilterns."

    Walkable pub was a good local with unfussy cheap meals. Excellent access by foot to good hill walk and good for cycling either up hill or by a quiet lane to link to 8 mile Phoenix trail. Cottage well maintained with a very large garden. Additional lounge a real bonus for a large party.

    Reviewed by Mark5.0Aug 2021

  • "Our large family stayed at Bakehouse Farm for a week while we were in quaratine after flying in from the US."

    It was perfect for us except that we had to do all the cooking and the kitchen was a bit small for that. Otherwise, it was a perfect location. The backyard (garden) was very large, giving my sons plenty of room to workout and extra room for us all to hangout. There were plenty of comfy lawn chairs that aren't shown in any of the pictures. The landlady, Mandy, was beyond friendly and helpful. Beds were comfortable. The living room had sufficient sitting space for all of us. One warning, this is an historic property which means it was built when people were much shorter than my 6 ft sons. There are beams throughout the house that you need to watch out for or there will be some bumps on heads. It was well worth that risk, though. Thanks so much for everything, Mandy!!! I hope we can come back some day when we are allowed to be out and about!

    Reviewed by Karen5.0Jul 2021

  • "Charming characterful cottage in a good location."

    Lovely helpful host. We would love to return some day.

    Reviewed by Alan4.1Oct 2020

  • "This is a traditional cottage with a lovely finish and the garden is beautiful and very dog friendly."

    We were family of 4 adults 1 baby and 2 dogs and there was ample room for all. There are some great walks close by and the village pub just a short stroll

    Reviewed by Elaine5.0Sep 2020

  • "We had a lovely stay, the garden was lovely and safe."

    Reviewed by Catherine4.4Sep 2020

  • "Our hostess greeted us upon arrival and was very friendly making us feel instantly welcome."

    She gave us friendly advise on what’s available in the area to visit and places to eat. The cottage is well equipped for a comfortable stay. The cottage in itself is historically very interesting, has a lovely garden, is, unusually for a cottage, roomy but cozy. I recommend this holiday venue and would revisit in the future if returning to this area. Thank you.

    Reviewed by Nigel5.0Sep 2020

  • "Beautiful cottage and owner was extremely friendly and helpful."

    Plenty of space and relaxing location in a welcoming village.

    Reviewed by Kathryn5.0Aug 2020

  • "The cottage is in a great location with lots of places to visit close by and great walks even from the doorstep."

    The cottage was very clean and well equipped, it had everything we needed as a group of 8. It is a great size for a large groups but still has a cosy feel. Bedroom sizes were all good and beds comfortable. The garden is fabulous, equipped with plenty of seating (not in the current photos) and a great space (fully enclosed) for the dog and kids to run around. The owner was very helpful with local information and was on hand for any issues (although we had none). Village pub, a few minutes walk away, also serves food.

    Reviewed by Samantha5.0Aug 2020

  • "There are very low ceiling beams and door frames on the ground floor of this house which resulted in 3 members of our group sustaining head injuries."

    There was only parking for 2 vehicles not 4 as stated due to owner living next door and using spaces. The pictures on the app do not show that the rear of the owner's house is part of the boundary of the rear garden and her windows look right into the garden so no privacy. There are 13.5 tog duvets on beds which was far too warm for summer and in 35° heatwave. No cot supplied but accepted booking including an infant. House not suitable for anyone with visual impairment or limited mobility due to uneven flooring and steep stairs. Cooking facilities not adequate for cooking for up to 10 people. Would not book again due to lack of important information and very cleverly angled photos giving false impressions.

    Reviewed by Eileen2.8Aug 2020

  • "Sykes aren’t easy to contact unless you want to make a booking."

    The house was large with enough bathrooms. The garden was lovely. The log fire was fun. The fridge wasn’t big enough for 8 especially when it isn’t really possible to mostly eat at pubs and restaurants. The kitchen could have been better equipped - a bread knife or a sharp knife would have helped. I was expecting “Covid clean” but it was just “cottage with dogs clean” - bedding, towels, carpets, bathrooms very clean. All in all a very nice week in a lovely setting.

    Reviewed by Sally4.4Jul 2020

  • "Cosy and warm despite the size of the property."

    Only a standard oven and hob so catering for 8 on a big scale needs planning. Despite that we managed Pie weekend for 8 of us and had a great time. Beds really comfy. Plenty of space downstairs for people to do different things. Plenty of good walks right from the property door, and room inside if the weather does not oblige.

    Reviewed by Kirsteen4.1Mar 2020

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  • Four bedrooms: 1 x super-king-size with en-suite bathroom with freestanding bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground-floor super king-size (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x king-size
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Ground-floor cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Snug.
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV and WiFi
  • Weber BBQ - please bring your own fuel
  • Starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 3 cars
  • 2 well behaved dogs welcome
  • Large, fully enclosed pet friendly garden
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 2 miles, pub 0.2 miles
  • This property is 1 hour by train from London and 45 minutes from Windsor Castle
  • Please note: This property accepts worker bookings

The property

Chinnor 2.3 miles.

This magnificent grade-2 listed former farmhouse is set within the grounds of the owner’s home in the village of Bledlow in Buckinghamshire.

Boasting plenty of character, with features dating back to the 1600s, Bakehouse Farm has been renovated to provide a comfortable base for families or groups of friend’s eager to explore the surrounding Buckinghamshire area.

Enter this charming dwelling into the spacious hallway, great for drying the dogs after a long stroll and for storing your coats and boots.

Look forward to curling up beside the woodburning stove in the sitting room, complete with the original inglenook fireplace and two sofas; just off this room is the snug, which houses a Smart TV and further seating for four.

Allow the chef amongst the group to take advantage of the well-equipped kitchen, appointed with all the necessary appliances to prepare a divine feast, which can be carried into the dining room where you can enjoy the company of each other.

Spoiling you for choice, there are four superb bedrooms at Bakehouse Farm, including a zip/link super-king-size with modern en-suite shower room on the ground floor, perfect for those with limited mobility.

Upstairs you’ll find the master bedroom which boasts a stunning en-suite bathroom, so you can savour a luxurious soak at the end of the day, whilst there are two further double bedrooms to choose from.

Explore the large enclosed garden at the rear of the property, ideal for family games or a spot of alfresco dining on a warm summer evening. For those with a love for nature, You will be able to see a variety of birds whilst visiting Bedlow, one of these being the Red Kite, these have been reintroduced into our area and have been previously saved from national extinction!

The Red Kites are magnificently graceful birds and a spectacular sight for anyone who spots them, check for them soaring on warm, sunny days, they’ve even been known to perch in our own very back garden! You will also be able to see the Chinnor princes Risborough railway steam train, an award-winning heritage railway steaming alongside the Chiltern Hills. The line begins in Chinnor Oxfordshire and crosses over the county-boundary to arrive at Princes Risborough in Buckinghamshire, this is a great experience for any train-lover or even a family day out, grab a bite to eat at the station café or visit the gift shop, there’s loads to do in the area and plenty of other places to travel to and experience. If you don’t fancy a visit to the station, you can of course relax in our garden and wait for the moment you see the steam train itself make its way past Bakehouse farm as its lines run only a field away from our location. For those who enjoy County cricket the Bledlow Cricket club is an active and welcoming source of entertainment, and the steam train runs alongside the cricket pitch so visitors can watch cricket and the steam train here simultaneously!(As well as a cheeky beverage). The village of Bledlow is considered one of Buckinghamshire’s most attractive villages and is famous for being the setting scenes for the TV drama Midsomer Murders.

As featured on BBC One, a stretch of the ancient 220-mile Ridge way walk can be found yards from the property on Chiltern Hills and Bledlow Woods.

If you’re taking a night off cooking, there is an excellent pub in the village.

The neighbouring village of Chinnor offers traditional pubs, restaurants and local shops or a little further is Princes Risborough, with a whole host of independent shops and two supermarkets for your essential bits and pieces.

With the Chiltern Hills close by, you won’t be short of outstanding natural beauty which is certainly worth exploring.

If you fancy a change of pace to your laid-back getaway, then the cities of Oxford and London are 20 and 45 miles away.

In addition to its beautiful surroundings, complete with historical nature walks, Bakehouse farm is ideally placed for those hoping to visit; Thorpe Park, Lego Land, Harry Potter World, Odds Farm, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, Go Ape.

Create memories for a lifetime in this wonderful farmhouse!

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About the location


Chinnor 2 miles; Princes Risborough 3 miles; Oxford 20.5 miles

The beautiful village of Bledlow can be found resting on the eastern edge of the Chiltern Hills AONB within Oxfordshire, close to the Buckinghamshire border. The area was well known for lace making, chair making and agriculture and today still has the historic charm and known for being used as a location for the TV series Midsomer Murders. The village offers many black and white and thatched properties, has a renowned village pub as well as a Norman church and Lyde garden. Bledlow has an abundance of walks in all directions including the Roman path Ickneild Way and Ridgeway. Cyclists are also well catered for in the area as are Steam Rail enthusiasts with a steam railway running regularly between the neighbouring village of Chinnor and Princes Risborough. The historic university town of Oxford is just 20 miles away or take a day trip by train to London. This hidden gem combines a charming escape with easy accessibility.

Please note: This property accepts worker bookings.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas