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Clopton Orchard Farm Bed and Breakfast


Property Address: Clopton Orchard Farm Bed and Breakfast, Lower Clopton, Upper Quinton, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 8LH

Property Type: B&B

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Warwickshire

AA Four Stars


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Property Description :
Lower Clopton sits beneath Meon Hill on the B4632, between Stratford-upon-Avon (6 miles) and Chipping Campden (4 miles), with only 25 residents living on 2 working farms and in a handful of houses. Directly opposite the farm is Lower Clopton Farm Shop which offers a wide selection of local farm produce including meats, cheeses, French bread from an on-site bakery as well as seasonal fruit and vegetables - a great place to buy something special to take home.


Clopton Orchard Farm is a family-run working farm; we farm arable crops such as wheat, oil seed rape and barley. We have 600 sheep and lambing starts at the beginning of February but we also have an assortment of other animals; cats, dogs, pigs, geese, horses and chickens.

The house was built in 2001 and we have now converted the upstairs into bedrooms (spacious double & twin rooms) for our guests, with views looking out over the farm and Meon Hill.
Traditionally decorated rooms with en-suite bathrooms and many extras such as fridge, television, hairdryers, comfortable sitting chairs, fresh flowers, radio alarm with Ipod dock and charger, complimentary tray and fresh towels daily. Wireless Internet access is also available upon request.

Breakfast using only fresh local produce, fresh eggs laid by our own hens with sausages and bacon from our own pigs is served in our warmly decorated breakfast room with views looking out over the surrounding countryside.
An outdoor seating area at the front of the house is available for guests to use to enjoy a pot of tea or coffee. What better way to relax after a busy day touring the Cotswolds.
Our family room is a spacious room, a double with two single beds and plenty of room for a cot if needed. Families are very welcome - we have a high chair, a travel cot, toys and outdoor games for the children to use.

Milk and baby food may be kept in our fridge or a cool bag available from the kitchen. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement, but sadly we are unable to accommodate them in the bedrooms.

Accept ChildrenAccess to Golf CourseCycle Hire AvailableCycle StorageFacilities for ChildrenFishing NearbyGarden PatioInternet AccessLaundry FacilitiesParking On-SitePets AcceptedPony TrekkingPoolServes BreakfastStabling



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