SELF CATERING Holiday Cottages Blackpitt Farm Cottages

Blackpitt Farm Cottages

1 & 2 Bedroom Holiday Cottages  |  Sleeping 2-5  |  near Oddington  
Hidden at the end of a private drive with far reaching and uninterrupted panoramic views, 
Blackpitt Farm is one mile outside the picturesque village of Oddington, with its famous Michelin award winning pub The Fox Inn, and two miles from the beautiful hilltop town of Stow on the Wold.

It is surrounded by miles of footpaths and bridle roads suitable for mountain bikes, and is an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds

The two cosy self catering holiday cottages are set in a secluded, peaceful location on a small working farm and have been converted from an original Cotswold stone barn. 

Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Stable Cottage
Well Cottage
Well Cottage
Well Cottage
Well Cottage
Well Cottage
Well Cottage
Blackpitt is also charming in winter. Something we recommend is getting up early on a frosty morning when everything is still and quiet, when the roads are empty and the birds are singing in the hedgerows. As you tramp along the crispy ground you can see your breath in the cold air, it is these moments that capture the precious secrets of the Gloucestershire countryside.

The cottages are fully equipped with all essential appliances, bed linen and tea towels. The open beams and exposed timbers retain rural character and charm, providing a sense of farming history and the private flower and lawned garden with seating, picnic tables and barbeque are ideal for summer breaks. Both cottages have Broadband access and the hot water is heated by solar-power.We always welcome dogs, especially well behaved ones. The washing machine and tumble dryer, both coin operated are in the tack room next to the cottages. An outside washing line and pegs are also available. There is a freezer in the tack room which guests are welcome to use.

Recycling is encouraged as much as possible especially as we do not have a regular rubbish collection. We have a bottle and tin collection bin, a newspaper and cardboard bin and a compost bin for vegetable matter. We have ducks for bread recycling and horses for carrots, apples and polo mint recycling. There is a large bin for any other rubbish behind the cottages.

The cottages share a private enclosed garden with garden seats and picnic tables. There are expansive large grass areas and wonderful footpaths surrounding the cottages, ideal for dog walking. Maps are provided in each cottage.

One car parking space is allocated per cottage and please ask if you would like extra space.

There is also undercover storage for mountain bikes, muddy walking boots etc.
Sleeps up to
Stable Cottage
up to 5
  • Double bedroom
  • Sofa bed
  • Twin bedroom
Separate bathroom
Well Cottage
up to 2
Double bedroom with ensuite
Ensuite bathroom
Log fire
  • Central heating
  • DVD player
  • Freeview TV
  • Video player
  • WiFi
  • Fridge
  • Hob
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Toaster
  • BBQ
  • Bike store
  • Boot store
  • Laundry room
  • Private garden
  • Private parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Linen provided
  • Towels available to hire
David & Julie
Blackpitt Farm
Address 2
Post Code
GL56 0XW
01451 831855
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Car recommended
The Slaughters; two of the most beautiful and famous villages in the Cotswolds.

Within 10 miles you have the pretty towns of Burford, with its Wildlife Park and Gardens, Chipping Campden and Broadway in Worcestershire.
Climb up Broadway Tower to have a look at the exceptional view covering thirteen counties.
Birdland, Bourton-on-the-Water.
Snowshill Manor containing Charles Paget Wade's extraordinary collection of craftsmanship and design, including musical instruments, clocks, toys, bicycles, weavers' and spinners' tools and Japanese armour. There is a delightful organic garden, and Mr Wade's cottage can also be visited.
The Lavender Fields nearby are worth seeing.
Stanway House, with one of the finest water gardens in England and the tallest gravity feed fountain in the world.

Within 25 miles you can visit Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, home of William Shakespeareand the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Warwick Castle, Cheltenham, the home of National Hunt racing and in Oxfordshire, Blenheim Palace and the University City of Oxford.
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Editor reviews

....everything you need for a self catering stay on a beautiful working farm....
Overall rating 
Reviewed by Editor November 16, 2016

“Idyllic setting for a wonderful family stay!”

....everything you need for a self catering stay on a beautiful working farm....

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