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Winchcombe GL54 5JB England
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#2 of 4 Speciality lodging in Winchcombe

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Ferylcat wrote a review Jul. 2021
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Just had the most wonderful relaxing visit to this quaint and pretty farm. The hosts are charming and very accommodating as to diet and requirements. Our bedroom was an oasis of peace with a wonderful rural view. We loved our breakfasts and watching the birds at the feeders and the sheep on the hills. Great base to visit Sudeley Castle (just down the road) , Stow on the Wold etc Highly recommended
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Date of stay: July 2021
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GuinivereCornwall wrote a review Jun. 2019
Plymouth, United Kingdom175 contributions102 helpful votes
Lovely old farm house with lots of ambience. Barbara and David Scudamore very hospitable and nothing too much trouble. Down to allowing us to eat our fish and chips in the guest lounge and supplying us with plates and cutlery. Nice big room and very spacious bathroom. Also tea making facilites and a small fridge on the landing for milk or anything you may want to keep cold. House is full of lots of quirky, characterful items, pictures and furniture. Ideal spot to travel to all parts of the Cotswolds and very peaceful if you need to destress. All in all a great place to stay. The breakfast is a wonder, plenty of choice from fresh fruit, cereals choice of full English or Kippers or Eggs done to your preferred way of cooking. Even Welsh cakes. You have use of the front garden which is kept well tended and you can visit the pigs in the barns across the yard, after all it is a working farm. Cannot fault this venue and will be going back sometime I hope.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: We were in the Piggy Room, with lovely view over Winchcombe and countryside
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Shirley M wrote a review Feb. 2019
Haverfordwest86 contributions28 helpful votes
I first stayed at Sudeley Hill Farm many years ago for a social event nearby and loved it; therefore I stayed again once or twice when working. I have always wanted to go and stay again and was delighted that it is still open to guests. It was a lovely as I remembered - our hosts are very welcoming, kind and informative about the area. The farmhouse is a beautiful historic building and it's surroundings are filled with Roman, Saxon and Civil War sites, including St Kenelm's Well (sadly not accessible). Our room was spacious and ultra comfortable, the parlour with a wood burning stove and lovely antique furniture was so cosy and the breakfast superb. Many thanks to Mr and Mrs Scudamore for a lovely stay and we hope to come again.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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wildirishrose53 wrote a review May 2018
San Luis Obispo County, California8 contributions5 helpful votes
My daughter and I just completed a dream-come-true jaunt through the Cotswolds, hiking 18 to 20 miles a day for five days, in between longer stays in London and Bath. Sudeley Farm was an ultimate highlight of a trip that was nothing but highlights, one day after the next! These photos don't do the farm justice - it is an enchanting, fairy tale place built in the 1500's, with one stunning view after the next. We had a bit of trouble on the last part of our hike, having to walk to the farm on a highway which made me uncomfortable after miles and miles of untrafficked country paths. A car pulled over, and the driver asked us if we were looking for the farm, and would we like a lift? Yes! Thanks! It turns out this was the owner, a charming man with a sly sense of humor. The farm is homey, and our room had several old fashioned crank windows overlooking blooming fields. We sat and sipped our tea, enjoying the sunset. I wanted to look into every nook and cranny and corner of this magical place, and was told I was welcome to go wherever I wished. And so I did, investigating the piggies, the sheep on the verdant hills, and enjoying the border collies that wriggled with joy at being petted. Although not luxuriously appointed, our room was sweetly and thoughtfully furnished with every amenity one could wish for, including razors and toothpaste/toothbrushes for the forgetful among us. Tea and cookies in the room, and a memorable breakfast in an elegant dining room. Even the other guests were a joy: I think the ambience of this special place creates a warm and collegial vibe. I had forgotten the farm only takes cash, which I didn't have enough of, so the owner kindly drove me to town and a cash machine. I have been fortunate to stay in five star hotels around the world, and I would trade every one of them for another night at romantic Sudeley Farm. Immaculate gardens, with love and attention to detail everywhere you look. I hope the family carries on the B & B tradition for many years, and I am so grateful I had the chance to overnight here.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Three rooms in total, but so quiet I thought we were the only guests!
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Barbaracyclist wrote a review Jun. 2017
Newbury, United Kingdom50 contributions17 helpful votes
I can only repeat what others have said, and that in itself says what a great and consistently good place this is. It is a working farm, surprisingly silent at night (sheep not cows) yet close enough to Winchcombe and Sudeley Castle to have plenty to do and see. Welcoming hosts, wonderful large well-equipped room and bathroom, large guest lounge (with wifi), absolutely fantastic breakfast. A great find.
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Date of stay: June 2017
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