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Whittington Lodge Farm


Property Address: Whittington Lodge Farm, Whittington, Cheltenham, GL54 4HB

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £35 - £45

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Email: info@whittingtonlodgefarm.com

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Owner: Cathy Boyd

Tel: +44 (0)1242 820603

Welcome to Whittington Lodge Farm - luxury bed & breakfast farmhouse accommodation in the Cotswolds - at it's best! Ian and I have lived in this beautiful Cotswold stone farmhouse since 1994 – Ian’s grandparents having farmed here since 1931. Our beautiful quality guesthouse nestles on the edge of the Cotswolds in the village of Whittington – not far from Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold, Cheltenham, Cirencester and many other interesting places.

Our accommodation is very pretty and comfortable. A personal service is assured - I employ no-one – I will make sure that your stay is a relaxed and happy one – hence my Silver Award. Three luxurious bedrooms are decorated to a very high standard each with their own bathroom, TV, hot and cold drinks, hairdryer, quality toiletries, many large towels - even a small fridge.

A gourmet breakfast is served to you in our beautiful traditional sunny dining room – central to this is an old mahogany dining table with silverware and fine china on which are served home grown fresh fruits, homemade bread and a large variety of cooked and continental foods including eggs from our own chickens. Special diets are catered for and packed lunches may be booked in advance.

The drawing room has an open Cotswold stone fireplace and big comfortable sofas to sink into at any time of day with a cup of tea or glass of wine with time to relax and read/chat or sleep! Walking, riding, fishing, golf, museums and pubs are just a few ideas. There is plenty of private parking. Drying facilities. Maps to borrow. Stabling for horses.

The farm has special emphasis on Conservation and Wildlife. Farm wildlife tours and walks can be arranged. Come and visit and see for yourselves why I have so many guests who return year after year.

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