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Stay off the beaten track at this wonderful Cotswold location within our large Victorian farmhouse commanding magnificent views of the Cotswolds, and nearby Bredon & Malvern Hills. The perfect place for touring infamous Cotswold villages & sites throughout Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
Names you will no doubt have heard of - Broadway, Bourton on the Water, Bibury, Chipping Campden, Hidcote Gardens, Snowshill, Stow-on-the-Wold, Upper & Lower Slaughter, ….. the list goes on. Not forgetting Shakespeare country of course, with Stratford-upon-Avon only 20 minutes and Warwick Castle around 40 minutes drive from the farm.
As natives of the area (Martin's family have been in residence since 1904), so we can tell you all about local country customs and pursuits - join in if you wish, from Morris dancing, point-to-point horseracing, and our own Olympic Cotswold Games with a difference! Meet all the local characters, David the village farrier, Jim the ditch man and Vic our local plum & rhubarb vintner. Martin will warn you about the local plum wine! Learn all about the local history of the area through your hosts and see for yourself the medieval fields, old gas lamps, and lovely antiques that will help capture the days of long gone.
Abbey, the German shepherd dog will greet you as you arrive and lead you to the door where her bark will already have announced your arrival. Hopefully, the tea is brewing by now and you will receive a warm and friendly welcome from hosts Sarah and Martin Bent. Meanwhile, Abbey will be waiting outside patiently for your return in the hope that you will throw the stick she has just found for you.
The farmhouse has recently been restored to a high standard and is situated in a lovely, yet remote part on the edge of the North Cotswolds. Peace and tranquillity is guaranteed along with an experience of the real British country life. Relax in our large garden or 40' conservatory and watch the animals graze and the abundance of birdlife.
Bowers Hill is a large secluded Victorian farmhouse set within 80 acres of a mixed working farm. This period property with flagstone floors, bread oven, beamed ceilings and walls exudes a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere which our guests really appreciate at the end of the day, away from all the busy tourist spots and some distance from civilisation.