A unique location with views of the Cotswold hills and Bredon Hill all around. A lot of people comment on our ownderful location. Peaceful, quiet with an abundance of birdlife and wildlife. We are up a long drive (1/3rd of a mile) so the house is not really visible from the road. Plenty of parking in front of the house.Easy access to the main towns: Broadway, Chipping Campden, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water, Upper & Lower Slaughter and Snowshilll. You can even travel to Bath in one day - 75 miles !.5 hours away.
Old period property with flagstone floors, evidence of gas lights that were last used in 1950s, log fires, wooden floors, fabulous conservatory overlooking large garden, just the place to unwind after a hard day being a tourist! Beautiful garden at it's best during May-July. Close to many magnificant gardens too.
All of our rooms are ensuite with showers, some have bath tubs in addition to showers, and all with WCs and wash-basins. Towels and lots of little bathroom accessories are supplied to make your stay more enjoyable.Beds are large - superkingsize - 6' wide and 6'6" long. Squidgey duvets and pillows for a comfortable nights sleep.
all rooms have TVs, some have VHS and DVD. Sky TV is available in our downstairs lounge.Free access to the internet on our guest compueter and also free wi fi access if you wish to bring your own laptop.Both the lounge and the dinn
ing room have log fires.
a full english breakfast is served with home-made bread which will keep you going until you have your evening meal!For computers see above.
Chidlren can help collect the eggs from our chickens after breakfast!
Policies & Restrictions
No pets in the house - happy for them to be in the car or in the stables at no extra charge.No smoking indoors as per the UK's Smoking Ban from public places - July 2007.
Rates & Availability
Availability is scarce during bank holiday weekends if this is left until the last mintue.Availability is usually bookable the night before or up to 2-3 weeks before for looking looking for longer stays.
Bowers Hill Farm is a family run operation and we live on site. Sarah and Martin Bent and their son Bertie, aged 9.We currently have 11 horses on the premises if any of you are 'in to' horses? We breed them and train them for point-to-pointing (amateur steeplechasing) horse-racing.
see our website for comprehensive directions given at the top of this listing
it depends on several factors, number of rooms taken and number of nights booked - whether is is out of season January & February or the shoulder season months - March & April, November and December? Just ask.