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The property is a Grade 2 listed eighteenth century building and is two cottages made into one. This gives guests the best privacy without being remote from any attention. The barn is accessed through a delightful garden and guests can come and go as they please. Attention to detail in the furnishings make for a comfortable stay. Guests can borrow books or maps for walks from the cottage. Breakfasts are served in the dining room which can also be seperate sitting area.
We moved to this house 20 years ago with two young daughters. The girls have now grown up and left but love to return for those home comforts! Peter is head chef and Sally procures, designs and makes all the interior furnishings. The property is actually two cottages made into one with a luxuriously converted barn in the garden.
Country walks and nearby pubs make this an ideal location for a relaxing weekend or longer stay.
Peter Wyatt purchased this guest house in 1991
The best location in the Cotswolds. It is easy to get to Oxford or Cheltenham and London is just over an hour away.
Beautiful walks can be made from the cottage taking in pubs for lunch or stopping to watch the cricket in the next village. Follow the river back to Burford and enjoy the wildlife along the way.
Many guests remark about the quietness at night and how they are undisturbed by traffic noise.
Although in the peace of the countryside you are never too far away from pubs, shops and restaurants.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is only ten minutes drive and Blenheim Palace can be reached within half an hour of driving through luscious scenery.
"Quality, beautiful, stylish, quirky, excellent, friendly, special b&b!"
"Warm and welcome stay"
"The "barn" has been very tastefully renovated and Sally's keen eye for interior design is evident throughout."
"Stayed in Burford for two nights in August Star Cottage was lovely the rooms were well decorated and clean."
"My wife & I stayed here for 2 nights in July 2010. Our hosts were lovely and Burford is my favourite place in the Cotswolds"
The nearest station is Charlbury on the Cotswold line from London Paddington. Walkers are welcome but a car is recommended for visiting local attractions.
Burford half a mile, Cotswold Wildlife Park 3 miles, Blenheim Palace 12 miles.
Burford has a post office, Budgens, excellent butchers and world renowned bakery. There are numerous places to eat and drink. The Highway, The Angel and Spice Lounge Indian have all been favoured by our guests. The Lamb and The Bay Tree are well established Inns of the town. There is a Lloyds bank and Barclays bank is on the High Street. Fill up with petrol/diesel before you get to Burford!
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My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
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Book through our website by email or telephone. We take a one third deposit the balance payable on arrival.
Arrival time is 4 o' clock or earlier by arrangement.
Notes on prices:
B&B rates nightly per room for two people. Weekly rates are self catering in the barn. Number of nights is flexible.