Buscot Manor

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If you are looking for the perfect Bed and Breakfast retreat in the Cotswolds, you will find it at Buscot Manor. Buscot Manor is a beautiful Queen Anne Manor House built in 1692 idyllically positioned on the edge of the historic, tranquil National Trust Village of Buscot.

Situated in its own substantial grounds, within walking distance of the River Thames and Buscot Lock, it is perfectly located in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.

There are a multitude of local attractions around Oxford, Burford, Cirencester and Cheltenham all of which are just on the doorstep.



Cambrai Lodge

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Cambrai Lodge is actually in Gloucestershire, but very close to the borders of Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. The borders of Berkshire are also close by.

Cambrai Lodge was built in the grounds of Cambrai House in 1979. Both properties were named after the first tank battle of World War 1, which took place near the village of Cambrai in northern France. The current owner bought Cambrai Lodge in 1989 and converted what was an uninspiring bungalow into a family home and a guest house.

Local attractions include, Kelmscott Manor, Buscot Manor, Cotswold Water Park and the Thames Path. Also Swindon town centre is only 12 miles away.



Thyme at Southrop Manor

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Located on a small English country estate in the idyllic Cotswold village of Southrop with its 15th Century Manor House and Norman Church, Thyme was born of our passion for the land, the seasons and its produce.

A tranquil haven, comprised of a sophisticated, elegant, small country house hotel; self catering cottages; magnificent entertaining space in a medieval tithe barn; a traditional 17th coaching inn with an award winning restaurant; and a state of the art cookery school. Thyme offers an unmatched escape.

In the heart of a picture perfect village, surrounded by breathtaking countryside and a multitude of stunning historic towns, Thyme welcomes all with warm hospitality, gourmet food and pleasurable pastimes to experience English country life at its best.



THE TROUT INN at Tadpole Bridge

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The Trout at Tadpole Bridge
Where the River Thames meets the Cotswolds

It’s not a very well known fact that the source of the River Thames is in the Cotswolds. As the river slowly flows on to London, it leads through some of the most beautiful and historic countryside in England.

One such wonderfully peaceful setting is Tadpole Bridge, a River Thames crossing point near the Oxfordshire village of Bampton, 20 minutes from the centre of Oxford.

Here, you’ll find the Trout, an unusual, historic Inn, located by the Thames Path. A Free House with just six bedrooms, the Trout is a destination in its own right, with riverside walks and berthing for up to six boats 鈥 a real ‘escape from it all’ location. It’s handy for the nearby Vale of the White Horse and Cotswold gems such as William Morris’s Kelmscott Manor.

Features such as log fires, superior bedrooms, cask ales and careful use of the best local ingredients have won The Trout at Tadpole Bridge; AA Pub of the Year, Good pub guide Oxfordshire dining pub of the year and voted one of the top 20 gourmet inns by The Observer. The Trout Inn is also listed in Alistair Sawdays Specials Places to Stay, The Good Hotel Guide, The Good Food Guide and the Michelin Guide


The Swan Inn

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The Swan Inn has been stripped back to it鈥檚 original features and refurbished to regain the traditional english pub feel. Local pub accomodation with doubles from 拢68.
We have some 10% discount leaflets upon request.