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B and Bs in Shipton Under Wychwood

High Lodge Farm Bed & Breakfast
High Lodge Farm
Upper Milton

Shipton Under Wychwood
Oxfordshire

OX7 6EZ | View map
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Dating back to the 1830s, this beautiful B&B close to the historical town of Burford in Oxfordshire, is steeped in history and is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds in 450 acres of working farmland. You’ll have no choice but to relax in the peaceful surroundings of this very special retreat. Even more so if you decide to choose from a full range of spa treatments*, in the comfort of your own beautifully decorated, en-suite room. High Lodge Farm bed and breakfast is family run and owned by the Edgintons who have farmed the land for four generations. They have taken the utmost care in recently renovating their beautiful farmhouse and creating three stunning en-suite rooms. All three bedrooms have striking newly built en-suite shower rooms with views of the farmland and Cotswold countryside. All guests are very welcome to explore the surrounding paths and farmland.There is plenty of off road parking and guests are free to use the dining area and the peaceful flower garden. There is also stabling for horses and places to secure bicycles. Explore the beautiful Cotswolds and make High Lodge Farm B&B your base, ideally situated between Burford and Stow on the Wold.

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