Uplands House is a luxury five star bed and breakfast with a Gold Award, overlooking a Cotswold area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of England. Near to Moreton-in-Marsh, Stratford-on-Avon, Chipping Campden, and Warwick Castle, it provides the perfect base for visiting many of the wonderful events and attractions in the local area.
Situated at the end of a long avenue of wonderful old lime trees and surrounded by the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, this charming 19th century family house built of golden Hornton stone is set within its own delightful garden, and enjoys pastoral views over the luscious greens of the parklands, the planting of which was greatly influenced by historic English gardener, Capability Brown.
Uplands House - Award winning, luxury Bed & Breakfast in the Cotswolds
Hosts Poppy and Graham try to provide the very best in English country house hospitality....a very warm welcome, friendliness, kindness, comfort and good food.
The en-suite bedrooms at Uplands are beautifully furnished and extremely comfortable. Guests are invited to use the garden terrace and the drawing room, both are ideal places for relaxing. WiFi is available.
The bedrooms have lovely views and en-suite carpeted bathrooms with large fluffy towels and dressing gowns, soap, shampoo and bubble bath. Goose down and feather duvets and pillows are provided but sheets and blankets and alternative pillows are available if required.
Guests will also find in their rooms fresh flowers and jugs of water, and many comforts including an electric blanket, a hot water bottle, make-up removing tissues, cotton buds, a clock, a torch, tea and coffee making facilities, heated rollers and a hair dryer, and a good supply of books and magazines.
The Drawing Room
A very elegant yet cosy room, it has two large windows facing over the rose garden, the croquet lawn and the parkland. The Drawing room is always at the disposal of guests and tea of coffee is available at any time.
The Dining Room
Its size and outlook make it an ideal place to eat, with the extendable Regency dining table and chairs.
With double glazed French windows on two sides, this room overlooks the fountain, the lily pond, and the rose garden. It can be used as a second dining area for small parties who want to eat alone.
A really delicious home cooked candlelit dinner is available most evenings, complemented by a very good wine list. Dinner is generally eaten "en famille" in the dining room, or in the warm weather on the terrace.
The house stands in its own lovely tranquil garden, facing south over a ha-ha, and across the grassy pastures planted with mature trees. There is a large lawn, suitable for croquet and badminton, a very pretty rose garden with a waterfall and a fishpond. Elsewhere scented roses, hedges of lavender and tangles of clematis, wisteria and honeysuckle provide a haven for wild birds..
- Afternoon Tea
- Evening meals may be available
- Full English breakfast
- Vegetarian breakfast option
- Alarm clock
- Antique furniture
- Central heating
- Cots available
- Dressing gowns provided
- Duvets or blankets available
- Electric blankets
- Free WiFi
- Fresh flowers
Tulip room. £50.00 per person. ( Double.)
Chinese room. £60.00 per person. ( Double or twin.)
Four poster room. £90.00 per person. (Double.)
Prices based on double occupancy, single supplement is £20.00
At weekends the full double room price will apply.
We have available a cot and a high chai
Food & Drink
Optional four course dinner £35.00 per person
A two course supper £20.00 per person
Pre-dinner drinks, from £4.00
House wine choice, from £12.50
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Uplands House is perfectly placed for a tour of the Cotswolds with its umpteen old and historic market towns, villages and curiosities of every kind. From Uplands House you can explore the Stratford of Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway, go to the theatre and be back for a late dinner. You can visit Oxford with its many medieval colleges, and Woodstock and Blenheim Palace.
Other attractions are Warwick Castle, Charlecote Park, the splendid Tudor mansion, home of the Lucy Family since 1247, with a garden landscaped by Capability Brown in 1760, Broughton Castle, modernised in 1554, and reflected in a beautiful lake, the ancestral home of the Saye and Sele family, the Robert Adam 1760’s house at Compton Verney, with it's wonderful art gallery and constantly changing exhibitions, the Jacobean Chastleton House, and the 18th century Farnborough Hall, the Tudor Sulgrave Manor, George Washington’s ancestral home, and the 15th century Sudeley Castle.
Last updated: May 20, 2015
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013
“Outstanding Country House B&B”