Sleeps 16/18. 7 Bedrooms. 5 Bathrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
We charge £50 per dog
Minimum age of primary renter:25
Max guests:20 (sleeps up to 20 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
New Yatt Farm
Great property, grounds and space were fantastic for our group. Host answered all questions and was very helpful. Would highly recommend.
Great venue for a family get-together
Enormous, illogical, best hide-and-seek for the kids ever, fabulous!
Super cosy and welcoming
We where there for our daughters graduation and we felt so relaxed in this house.
Even if you are many, you can have your own space in the house.
The beds where really good to sleep in.
We used the fire pit outside and it was so nice in the dark to just talk and grill marshmallows.
It was very clean and tidy.
Plenty of pots and pans.
And all kitchen appliances.
Super big refrigerator that can handle food for everyone.
The kids were also enjoying the stay with movies, ping pong and billiard.
Area is good for an relaxing or exercise walk, run.
Good pressure in the showers.
Purified water tank for use in kitchen.
Perfect venue for a family celebration!
We chose New Yatt Farm to celebrate my 70th birthday with 9 adults and 7 grandchildren. The venue was outstanding in so many ways. There was lots of space, fantastic facilities with something for everyone. The rooms were all well equipped and comfortable and we all thoroughly enjoyed our stay - thank you!
Great house. Perfect location and size.
Lovely property. Perfect for our family reunion.
Brilliant house. Perfect for a group gathering.
We stayed at New Yatt Farm over NYE and had a wonderful time catching up with friends. We were a group of 6 couples and 8 young kids and the house was perfect for us.
Alan and Catherine are great hosts, providing us with really helpful tips and information prior to us arriving, and we were then greeted by freshly baked goodies on arrival - such a lovely touch!
The house is spacious with a great kitchen/dining area with sofa and TV, perfect for socialising, while the kids were very happy in the other living area playing (also equipped with another TV for them). The kitchen is well stocked for large group catering, with two dishwashers and a huge fridge which was ideal.
They have renovated the house really nicely, beds were comfy, and the house has a nice homely feel to it. The gardens were great for the kids to run around in, and we enjoyed the country walks in the area too. Location is good for Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds Wildlife Park which are two great family days out that we experienced.
All in all I would highly recommend it, and hope that we have the opportunity to stay there again in the future!
New Yatt is a small village 2.5 miles from the bustling market town of Witney . Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds it is the ideal base to explore England's largest designated ' Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' whilst still being close to Oxford the 'city of dreaming spires'.
Grab a snack at Mrs Bumbles Delicatessen whilst viewing Burford's honey coloured limestone buildings which appear to have hardly changed for hundreds of years. Or have lunch at the Cherwell Boathouse before taking a leisurely punt down the river taking in the University sights.Perhaps later taking a walking tour of Oxford visiting Christ Church and its Great Hall, inspiration for Hogwarts Hall of Harry Potter fame.
A possible itinerary could be
A possible itinerary
Day 1 Visit Oxford. Breakfast at the Ashmolean, lunch at Browns, explore the famous Oxford colleges and grab a pint at one of Inspector Morse's favourite pubs The Eagle and Child.
Day 2 Cotswold Wildlife Park. 260 different species of animals to see and set in over 260 acres of parkland. Our kids favourite bit is the trip on the narrow gauge railway.
Day 3 Antiques hunt in Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh. Perhaps 2 of the best known Cotswolds towns.
Day 4 Woodstock and a visit to Blenheim Palace. Lunch at the Kings Arms one of the Top Ten Pubs in the Good Pub Guide 2014
Day 5 Crocodiles of the World followed by a visit to Cogges Manor Farm and possibly a paddle in the pool at the Leys if there is time left.
Day 6 Bourton on the Water another beautiful Cotswold town with the added attraction of Birdland and maybe a visit to the motor museum
Day7 If its fine a trip to Chipping Norton , a swim in the open air pool and a visit to Fairy Tale farm.
We could go on... a trip to Burford and its beautiful shops, Bicester Outlet store to grab a bargain, Chipping Camden for more antiques , golf ( 5 courses within 15 miles) sailing at Farmoor, shooting, horse riding... the list is endless.
For the foodies
There are plenty of great places to eat and drink in the area.
The Good Pub Guide 2014 lists The Royal Oak in Ramsden (2m) and also mentions The Angel, The Fleece and The Horseshoes , all in Witney (2.5m). We can recommend them all.
If you like your ale then Camra encourages you to visit The Eagle Tavern and The New Inn in Witney. The local beers including Hobgoblin and Black Wych are brewed at the Wychwood Brewary (2m)- pre book your tour and don't plan to drive afterwards.
For the ultimate eating experience a bit further a field (21m) but worth the trip is Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons- book well in advance and unless your surname is Abramovich go for lunch.
A full list of all the places we love to visit is available in the house.