Rectory FarmBrochure Page. 60
Rectory Farm, a beautifully secluded, two hundred and seventy year old, creeper clad country house offers luxury bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation. Revealed at the end of a tree lined avenue, Rectory Farm is situated in its own 450 acre valley of scenic farmland in the Oxfordshire countryside.
Off the traditional flagstoned hall, there is a welcoming drawing room with deep plush sofas and tables laden with interesting books and magazines. In winter, roaring log fires fill the room with life while B&B guests partake of afternoon tea. The elegant dining room features a 15 foot solid oak table.
The B&B accommodation here features three impeccably furnished, comfortable, light and airy bedrooms that have lovely views over the three acre garden which leads to two beautiful trout lakes (four and five acres) and woodland. Fishing is available to Wolsey Lodge B&B guests.
Your B&B Hosts
Rectory Farm, situated in a lovely area of the Oxfordshire countryside, is home to Nigel and Elizabeth Colston. Nigel, an arable and livestock farmer and Elizabeth both enjoy all aspects of country living. Having lived here all their lives, they possess good local knowledge and are only too happy to advise their B&B guests on the more unusual and rewarding places to visit throughout the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire as well as Warwickshire and Gloucestershire too.
This luxury B&B is located at Salford, close to Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire. Halfway between Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford, 22 miles from Cheltenham, 5 from Stow-on-the-Wold and 11 from Blenheim Palace, makes Rectory Farm an ideal centre for touring the Cotswolds. Warwick Castle, Chastleton and Rousham Houses, Hidcote and Bourton House Gardens are within easy reach. There is something for everybody, including a popular walk from the house to the Rollright Stones (a Bronze Age stone circle).
Attractions Near Rectory Farm
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxford, Stratford - Shakespheare, Hidcote Garden, Warwick Castle, Sudeley Castle, Broughton Castle, Rousham House and Garden, Chastleton House, Bourton House Garden