The Old Bakehouse – Idyllic country farm cottage in rural Oxfordshire near Blenheim Palace
Beautiful stone built barn conversion recently renovated to a high standard, awarded FOUR STAR rating by Quality in Tourism Assessment Report, 100% achieved for cleanliness 2016!
- Traditional kitchen with original bread oven and copper.
- One double en-suite bedroom
- One twin bedroom with wet room, fully accessible and located on the ground floor.
- Large conservatory/dining room with doors opening onto court yard garden with seating for 6 persons.
- Upstairs large sitting/television room, fully beamed.
This cottage is ideally situated on a working farm and horse livery yard. Located between Woodstock and Burford on the edge of the Cotswolds, yet only 20 minutes from Oxford.
Well behaved dogs and horses are welcome. From the farm there is a superb network of bridleways and walks. We have a small 1000 year old Church at the bottom of the drive and a 4th century Roman Villa within easy walking distance. Witney (2 miles) is a market town previously famous for its blankets and now a vibrant shopping centre with many amenities and supermarkets.
North Leigh is situated approximately 2 miles from Witney, Oxfordshire; the local market town. The cottage is only a stones throw from an historic Roman villa which is open to the public and free of charge if you are looking for a quiet stroll through the open fields that surround the village.
Our fully do it yourself and/or assisted horse livery yard runs along side the farm. Read more
Please note: As we are a working stock farm and horse livery yard we do ask that children and pets are fully supervised at all times. We have many fields and walks on the farm. The sows are farrowing all year, ewes are lambing in the Spring and mares are foaling in the Spring/early Summer. Please do not walk round the back of horses and mind little fingers!
“A perfect basis for exploring”
“A lovely long weekend in the cosy Old Bakehouse.”
“Perfect Cottage with a Perfect Location”
“Wonderful Holiday in the Cotswolds”