Five secluded cottages with flagstone floors and log fires on an old fashioned Cotswold Hill Farm. Walk the wild flower meadows, hidden valleys and ancient bluebell woods rich in wildlife.
At Westley Farm we value our natural environment and manage the land sensitively to encourage wildlife habitats. We are currently working to re-introduce the Marsh Fritillary butterfly. You may see buzzards, badgers, foxes, deer as well as sheep and cattle from your windows. With a choice of good pubs within easy walking distance, space to dry any wet gear and a log fire to come home to, we are the perfect base for a holiday exploring the excellent walking on and around the farm.
The legacy of the Golden Valley’s industrial past can be seen in the romantic overgrown canal, ivy-clad mill ruins and weavers’ cottages; some beautifully restored by the Arts & Crafts movement. These Cotswold valleys still attract artists and craftsmen with thriving workshops, studios, micro-breweries and cheesemakers to visit or see their products at the award-winning local farmers markets.
We are half-way between Stroud and Cirencester. Activities offered nearby include riding, golf, gliding and watersports.
One of the bedrooms is on the ground floor. You may wake up to find cattle licking your windows! The spacious bathroom has a bath and seperate generous shower unit.
Half way between Cirencester and Stroud on the A419, just opposite Cotswold Gliding club. 30 minutes from M4 junction 15, or M5 junction 13.
By train: the nearest stations are Kemble or Stroud. We offer a pick-up & drop-off service if you do not bring a car and a local bicycle hire company agree to deliver your bikes to the farm.
Forest School activities are fun and child-led Whittling and weaving, den making and bug hunting, sticks, stones and fresh dug clay, fire and water, fresh air and squidgy mud, organised games and activities, bushcraft challenges and quiet reflection times are all part of these busy and screen free days.+ Read More