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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 1
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    Sleeps 2
  • £200 - £560 per week

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The Garden Flat is a brand new extension to our converted Cotswold stone barn located just outside Hook Norton in Oxfordshire on a quiet country lane.

A well designed, self contained & comfortable cottage with stunning views across our own fields and horses to the Cotswold village of Hook Norton. The cottage is a recent extension to our converted stone barn and is suitable for a couple.  Large sitting room, double bedroom with King size bed & ensuite bathroom; separate kitchen area with microwave, fridge, double electric hob, dishwasher and all necessary cooking and eating utensils.  Gas barbecue on the patio.

EMMA DB "What a wonderful (and very comfortable!) cottage, beautifully designed and decorated and in such a stunning location with views across the valley.   Anne and Des, superb hosts! Delicious breakfast treats were left for us in a very well thought through kitchen. Everything was spotless and so well equipped. Thank you! x"

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Available Extras

  • Meals and picnics can be provided

    Meals can be provided, either to await you after a long day's sightseeing or come and join the hosts. Picnic lunches or breakfasts also available on request. Price TBA but as we are not licensed you need to bring your own alcohol!

  • Welcome Pack

    The basics will be ready and waiting for you - tea, coffee, bread, milk etc but if you have any specific requirements let us know and we can do the shopping for you and have it ready for your arrival. Price depends on what you order!

  • Small single sofa bed

    Small single sofa bed available on request for small 3rd guest!

  • Room for a Helicopter!

    Large flat area suitable to take a helicopter dependent on rules and regs - ideal for the F1 Grand Prix, Cheltenham Festival etc

  • Prices!

    Please see the Ts & Cs page for prices - (just up on the right) - minimum of 2 nights please!

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    Garden Cottage
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    Sleeps 2
  • £325 - £510 per week

Garden Cottage is a brand new extension to our converted Cotswold stone barn. Attractively and tastefully furnished by our Interior Designer daughter it is accessed through wide double French doors and is all on one level. It is designed with a couple in mind.  The flat has a small kitchen area with a 2 ring hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster & kettle and there is a small gas barbecue outside on the patio area. This overlooks our own fields & horses and the village of Hook Norton.

The flat has a large, light, airy & comfortable sitting room, again with lovely views, and there is large smart TV & freeview box. There are local maps and guides available for walks & other tourist attractions and an Ordnance Survey map on the wall in the kitchen area. The double bedroom is accessed via some old French shutter doors and has a large wardrobe and drawers. The ensuite bathroom has a shower/bath plus basin and loo.

Sadly although Hook Norton is famous for its Brewery the 2 pubs in the village are not the best locals! They are both fine if you just want a beer, but for food the best & nearest pub is The Gate Hangs High about a mile the other side of Hooky. There is a fabulous pub, The Red Lion, in Long Compton about 4 miles away with excellent food and service – but you would definitely need to book! The whole area is popular with cyclists, walkers and horse riders so booking is usually advisable in any of the better locals! There is a tennis club in the village and regular organised walks that visitors are welcome to join! Hook Norton is an eco village, with 3 biodiesel cars, 2 e-bikes and a thriving eco approach to solar heating etc. As well as tours round the Brewery you can visit The Cotswold Distillery just up the road in Cherington and they have regular tours as well as some great gins to buy!

Hook Norton is about the same distance from Stow on the Wold, Chipping Norton, Moreton in Marsh (huge market every Tuesday) and Shipston on Stour – all very attractive local market towns. The more touristy areas of The Slaughters, Bourton on the Water, Chipping Camden & Broadway are a little further with maybe a half hour drive – but through gorgeous countryside – and well worth a visit! Batsford Arboretum is accessed from Bourton on the Hill via their own Garden Centre, and Westonbirt Arboretum is around at hour away through Cirencester. Locally there are many antique outlets – of particular note is Station Mill in Chipping Norton – 2 floors & a café! Stow on the Wold too is famous for antiques – but of the more pricey variety. It also has 2 annual Gypsy Fairs in May & October.

If you travel a little further you will find Woodstock, and the famous Blenheim Palace; Stratford on Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace & the home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company, or RSC; Oxford with it’s beautiful colleges and Bicester Village – one of the UK’s top tourist attractions! Warwick, Coventry, Rugby, Daventry, Evesham, Worcester, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury & Malvern are all within an hour’s drive!

The National Trust is well represented locally with Chastleton House, Snowshill, Upton House, Hidcote Gardens, Charlecote Park & many others all around an hour’s drive or less from Hook Norton. For cyclists, walkers and riders there are plenty of footpaths, bridleways and mapped cycle routes – all with handily placed pubs en route! The area is well served with 5 local golf courses within 10 minutes & we can advise which one would suit your game! Soho Farmhouse has opened recently about 10 minutes away in the village of Great Tew – you need to be signed in by a member – or be a member!
There are many annual “must sees” near to the cottage – Silverstone Motor Racing track is about 40 minutes away with its many meetings including the British Grand Prix; Cheltenham Race Track is, again, about 40 minutes away and the whole area is always busy during the Festival Week; Blenheim Palace hosts The Countryfile Live show and Blenheim Horse Trials to name but 2 of the many events they put on; Cornbury Park has The Wilderness Festival every year – about 20 minutes away & Jamie Oliver’s The Big Feastival is in Kingham just the other side of Chipping Norton. There’s horse racing at Stratford, eventing at Aston le Walls & Blenheim, the hugely popular Prescott Hill Climb just this side of Tewkesbury, Hook Norton’s own Beer Festival, a Canal Festival in Stratford on Avon & many other markets, sporting events and festivals large and small. The Warwickshire& Heythrop Hunts are locally based and we occasionally see The Farmer’s Bloodhounds, who chase “the clean boot” – i.e. a runner!

The owners have lived at the house for nearly 20 years and know the area well.  We have 2 small dogs, Ted & Nellie and a beautiful but shy white cat called Florence! Regrettably we don’t accept guests dogs.

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From the village of Hook Norton, take the road directly opposite The Village Shop in the middle of the village - Bell Hill. Follow this down the hill then up between stone cottages . As you leave the village you will see a small village green on your left with a white thatched cottage. Keep straight on out of the village until you see "Crossbanks Lane" on your right - take this lane and the drive to Garden Cottage is immediately on your right.  By all means take your car round to the double doors to unload, but then please park in front of the field gate so that you don't block your view!

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